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gregax

Su-27 Flanker (Academy +++) - I guess It's done

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Excellent work so far! Your attention to detail is impressive.

I have the Zvezda 1/72 Su-27 SM for a future build and will keep your WIP bookmarked for reference.

:goodjob:

Cheers

Jaime

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Bravo Greg! :goodjob: I'll continue to observe .... :thumbsup:

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Hi there... me again :). Just hoping to get some help here. I can't find ANY plans of the flanker with rivets shown. Any ideas where might I get a hold of some drawings? Thanks!

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I'm finally back to flanker...

Wheels are ready for first coat of paint

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and so are the pods and launchers

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Good stuff...I have my 1/72 build to a similar stage but alas came a job/house move so it's on hold!

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impressive work!

You did quite a complex detailing on those struts.

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Greg this is looking excellent, looking forward to the paint stage. Is that the Mr. Hobby scriber you're using?

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Greg this is looking excellent, looking forward to the paint stage. Is that the Mr. Hobby scriber you're using?

No. That's actually a scriber produced by slovak firm MR.Paint. They produce paints and those scribers. And they are fantastic.

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I was fed up with priming, scribing and sanding, So I've decided to start painting. So, 50 shades of alclad as a base layer.

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Finally some paint! Light preshading with Tamiya nato black followed by a coat of fantastic MRP paint. I did lighten it with white quite a bit though as they are not in scale effect. Camouflage tones are next.

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Superb paint job. The model is really impressive! Congrats :goodjob:

Cheers

Jaime

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Yes, it was freehanded using akan paints for Su-27, although lightened quite a bit with white. And Yes, I'm building Red 01.

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