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Eduard Profipack, MiG-21R, 1/48

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Finally, this build is finished!

 

Eduard Profipack Kit in 1/48

Photoetched parts

Revell spraycans and RAL spraycans (interior)

 

Weathered with Tamiya Pigments, Vallejo and pastell chalks!

 

The building time was nearly 2 months and makes a lot of fun! The kit is wonderful, not much filler was needed!

 

Enjoy the pics, criticism welcome as always!

 

Outdoor pics

 

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Indoor pics

 

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Oliver

 

 

 

 

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Very nicely done Oliver great weathering :goodjob:

 

Guy

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Thank your mates :D

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Thank your Simon!

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Wow - what an impressive build of this iconic fighter - looks great.

 

cheers,

Michael

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Thank you Michael!

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Hello,Oliver - My full compliments to you as always.This is a beautifully built,finished and photographed subject.A magnificent 'Mig' indeed!!:clap2:All the very best,Paul.

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Thank Paul, cheers ;)

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Turned out very nice!!

I like the out dlir pics :):)

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Thanks for the comments!

Oliver

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Great build! Niice yugoslavian MIG!:goodjob:

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Thank you!

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Great looking mig.

Very realistic finish, maybe little to much weathered, but that is matter of taste.

Regards

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Thanks, djos!

 

I like her "dirty" :D - saw this MiG this year in in a museum in Zeltweg/Austria! The dirt is accurate!

 

Oliver

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Thank you Val!

 

Oliver

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Thank you, thanks to all of you guys for the comments!

Oliver

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This has turned out nice, well done. 

 

I like your improvisation/short cuts 😉

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Thanks Tony!

Oliver

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Hi Oliver,

Great result! Well done. It stand on the ground like a real MiG-21. I like the Sloboda '71 exercise lightning strike on the forward fuselage - gives the subject an interesting context.

 

Jay

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