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57 minutes ago, Murmillo said:

Good. Try ti find adequate bang seats in resin. MB Mk10

thanks, no stress here

first I need to see the rest ;)

 

 

look like Mirage 2000 seats... - Aires, Renaissance flight, Wolfpak-d, Pavla,   etc...

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I got two en route....

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2 hours ago, Vlamgat9 said:

I got two en route....

 

17 hours ago, Radleigh said:

I need one.......... :)

fans of rare planes and models :thumbsup:

 

we need to see more of them  and built!

 

 

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Indeed. Be nice if I ever built any though.,,

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On 28.12.2017 at 1:58 PM, vesthepes said:

Just got mine. Looks very nice, no bubbles etc..., quality decals, tons of G4 pdf material on a CD, masks...

 

 

not much to add here!

 

but as I already took the photos...

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fit looks good, parts are symmetrical :)

 

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and as we were talking seats before:

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they do not even look that bad!

some straps, and mabe the glass breaking "horns" and with a closed canopy you are good to go!

 

speacking of the canopy, it is vacform of course, but with a, at least for me, new innovative way of depicting the frame: with the green, pre-cut self adhesive foil! looking forward to to try this out! hopefully better than poorly de-marked vacform frames!

 

 

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Any one trying to offer a kit of a non mainstream subject, deserves all of my respect. Now that I'm somehow involved into the resin kits productions, thanks to my friend Juan Begines, I know all the hard work and effort behind it. 

Despite some ungrateful comments from some ungrateful people, I find it quite comforting...after all, we're modellers, and try to develop new kits with modellers in mind...

You can criticize poor fittings, you can criticize tiny bubbles, you can criticize whatever you want, but it's not fair at all to criticize the work and effort behind it, and as already said, "you're not forced to buy it"...If that's not your piece of cake, please, walk away and keep from throwing bad comments towards someone elses's work...If you knoiw how to do it better, just do it.

 

Cheers....

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8 hours ago, Artie said:

Any one trying to offer a kit of a non mainstream subject, deserves all of my respect. Now that I'm somehow involved into the resin kits productions, thanks to my friend Juan Begines, I know all the hard work and effort behind it. 

Despite some ungrateful comments from some ungrateful people, I find it quite comforting...after all, we're modellers, and try to develop new kits with modellers in mind...

You can criticize poor fittings, you can criticize tiny bubbles, you can criticize whatever you want, but it's not fair at all to criticize the work and effort behind it, and as already said, "you're not forced to buy it"...If that's not your piece of cake, please, walk away and keep from throwing bad comments towards someone elses's work...If you knoiw how to do it better, just do it.

 

Cheers....

It is an absolutely nice kit! Unfortunately I did not start it yet...

 

Not an ejection plastic kit, so needs some different approach when building it!!

 

 

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2 minutes ago, exdraken said:

Not an ejection plastic kit, so needs some different approach when building it!!

I've been building scale models for 39 years now, and must admit that the one of the best kits I've ever built was the Rest Models' Polikarpov I-15 Chato. An absolute gem of a kit, with much better fittings than lots of mainstream, injected plastic kits. 

Of course a resin kit needs different approaching, but on the other hand, you usually get a weird, bizarre subject...Now, I'm working with the SNCASO SO-8000 Narval (Scratchaeronautics), and despite some difficult building process, I'm enjoying it a lot...

The Soko G-4 is not my piece of cake, but just because I don't like modern jets, but looks quite nice. Hats off to anyone venturing in that challenge of offering such kits....

Cheers...

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I built the C-101 in PA colors....

Not really obscure....

Or probably trainers are obscure...:d

 

 

 

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17 minutes ago, exdraken said:

I built the C-101 in PA colors....

I'm trying to persuade Juan to make me a custom set of decals for the first prototype, with rounded nose.....A friend of us, a very good local modeller called Angel Expósito is desperate to build the fourth prototype, as seen in Farnborough, with the "swedish like" camo scheme...

And regarding Aeropoxy resin kits, I've got a few "oldies" that keep calling me from the stash.....An Ikarus IK-2 and a Rogozarsky IK-3. Not up to today's standards, but still not offered by anyother brand, so the only game in town if you wish to build those bizarre yugoslav fighters....moulded in a funny "Smurf Blue" resin, they're a challenge to build, but after all, if I'd liked another FW190, there are plenty of them out there to choose from

Cheers

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I guess somehow we are hijacking this thread here...

Sorry!

 

 

 

Actually former Yugoslab aircraft are quite onteresting,.many could and did use british ordnance for example!

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Aeropoxy G4 Super Galeb , assembled by friend, Nikola a.k.a." MIHA" , from "Red Storm " resin ,

 

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And with Red Stars display team one, Airfix HAWK converted to Super Galeb by Nikola,

 

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And accompanied by Red Storm 1/48 scale  ORAO , OOP resin kit.

 

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thanks for the pics!

 

looks nice build up!

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Another Aeropoxy G4 Super Galeb , built by  Nikola a.k.a." MIHA" , from "Red Storm " resin , this time the one of prototypes, Revell white topsides, HU 230+bit of white, and Revell RED undersides ,23005 / 005 serials laser printed on clear decal paper, glossy finish.

 

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Very nice!

Started mine some weeks agom really nice model!

Did not know begore there even was a display team!

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5 hours ago, exdraken said:

Very nice!

Started mine some weeks ago really nice model!

Did not know before there even was a display team!

 

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Got to order one soon, I have the ORAO so I need this to complete the set... :)

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