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Zvezda conversion 1/144 - Airbus A319 CSA


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This is conversion of A320 from Zvezda kit. The fuselage is cut to short.

Made all the antennas, lights, and other small items.

Colored paint for cars.

Decal from BOA and Ascensio.

Happy New Year! :)


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Wow,

One of the best airliner models I have seen. Absolutly realistic. I think it's hart to beat. Udo.

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Impressive build, with a seldom seen subtle weathering.

Beautiful kit, if my informations are correct, Zvezda will do more versions of the Airbus family

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Excellent build. I particularly like the weathering on the wing upper surface. :wow:

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That is a very nice little conversion from a great kit

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They don't come any better than this - just fantastic. ( No, I am not jealous, really )

If I could ever produce a model like this, I'd die a happier man. The finish and weathering is absolutely spot on. A real work of art.

What I am trying to say is that I like this - a lot! Got any more to show?

Cheers,

Mike

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A beauty! I've wondered about chopping one down to a 319, you've certainly demostarted that it can be done.

Love the subtle streaking on the wings.

Cheers

John

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Jeez, this is incredible, I know the A320 family very well and the detail here is beyond belief. Outstanding work.

My only comment would be that you have gotten all the static wicks correct and spot on on the winglets and ailerons, but there are none on the elevators or tip of the fin and rudder. A minor point, and would probably not be noticed in this scale, it certainly does not detract from your stunning attention to detail.

I wish I had this amount of patience and half the skill.

Eng

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I particularly like the additions you have made to the MLG and very impressed with the discharge wicks on the flying surfaces.

Excellent finish and weathering all go to produce one of the best I've seen.

Thanks for sharing.

Chris.

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Thank you very much for your attention.
Sometimes I build models of civil aircraft in this scale, but my main subject is 1/72.

My only comment would be that you have gotten all the static wicks correct and spot on on the winglets and ailerons, but there are none on the elevators or tip of the fin and rudder.

Yes, I totally agree with you. But it is possible to complete even now.

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This is an absolutely fantastic build of a great kit!

I couldn't understand if you used the windows transparent parts or decal. In any case, they are suberb.

Congratulations, and I second the asking for in progress photos.

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