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1/48 - Beriev KOR-2 (Be-4) by Mars Models - sprues+box art+test build - release in 2019

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Mars Models is to release a 1/48th Beriev KOR-2 (Be-4) kit - ref.48004

Source: (once again thanks Tali) http://www.greenmats.club/topic/2380-148-кор-2-бе-4/

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предфинальные рендеры

 

КОР-2-2.jpg КОР-2-3.jpg

КОР-2-1.jpg КОР-2-6.jpg

КОР-2-4.jpg КОР-2-5.jpg

общение строго по теме!!! только аргументированные замечания и конструктивные предложения!!!

 

V.P.

 

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Djeeeeez, I don't know this thing but I think it's AWESOME!

 

Lucky modellers we are, kids in a candy store these days!

 

Joe

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Very nice! Great to see this - always brilliant to see Soviet GPW aircraft in any scale. However, I'll have to put in my plea for them to also downscale this to the One True Scale.

 

Regards,

 

Jason

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7 hours ago, Learstang said:

Very nice! Great to see this - always brilliant to see Soviet GPW aircraft in any scale. However, I'll have to put in my plea for them to also downscale this to the One True Scale.

 

Regards,

 

Jason

It's already in the One True Scale :D They'd be mad to offer it in 1/32 after all 😮

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In fact I'd love to see it in 1/32nd scale, but I asked on their Facebook page if they were thinking about doing it in the real One True Scale (1/72nd scale for you 1/48th scale heathens!), and it sounds like they are. As I said, in whatever scale, it's always nice to see WWII Soviet aeroplanes. Now how about a new-mould Il-4 in 1/72nd scale...

 

Regards,

 

Jason

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Interesting if they dig out for some unknown painting schemes or it will be in one of three commonly known...

What to say? - Really great model very nicly detailed. I have old Polish kit of it still in stash (interesting is that it is from very first production - so a fresh moulds..) . One can improve detailing looking at this kit!

J-W

 

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Oooof! What a beauty... must admit, this in 1/32nd would be amazing, but happy to get it in 1/48th too... bring it on. 

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Yes even in 1/32 it would not be massive, good that we will get on in 1.48. I did do a really horribile one in 1,72, some eastern eurpean kit.

 

Julien

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Any chance they scale this to 1/72 ?

The older kit (forgot made by whom) has no details at all ...

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Looks very promising.

I hope they smoothen the fabric areas on the top wing a little. But, this won't be a deal breaker imo

Looking forward to add this to my 'to do pile' 😉

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Anyone else ever wasted their time with the RPM 1/72 example? Makes you appreciate this one even more.

Gotta be mine. Mine. Mine.

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Aha! RPM - thats the chappie - I was racking my brains as to who made the assorted blobs of plastic pretending to be this aeroplane in 1/72 wot I glued togevva when I were a lad. Great looking aeroplane. My model bore absolutely no resemblance to it. Looked like a Grumman Duck had had a seizure.

 

TT

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11 minutes ago, Creative Models Australia said:

Is there a website or email address for Mars models?

There is nothing at all in or on the La-15 kit but I have a Facebook page LINK that may help.

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This is really looking good!  Really like the interior structure detail, it should look great painted end up.  Hope there is good painting guidance.

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