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1/72 Fiat CR.32, Italeri+Eduard


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Good day, gentlemen. Let me present you my next model. I spent a lot of time to put in order panels and wing. There was absolutely untrue imitation of fabric. 

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Nice.

I like the grills around the front of the engine cowling.

Splendid little model

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Fuad,

you are getting better and better! The work you have done on such a small model is amazing.

Top marks to you!

 

JR

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I was afraid to make the marks of the exhaust on this so small model. Because it was a great chance to spoil everything. And I forgot to mark the holes of machine guns((. 

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A magnificent job Faud. The three coloured camouflage is beautifully done. Even the close up shots show the neatness of the strut fixing and rigging. While this ancient Supermodel kit is not the greatest, I am glad to have a couple to build one day and it is a lot better than nothing. 

 

  Well Done ,  Trev. 

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That is a beautifully made and painted model, Fuad! Your work continually amazes and inspires me!!

 

DennisTheBear

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55 minutes ago, Jpthedog said:

Very nice completed model. I have the Supermodel kit amd I like it considering its age - still scrathing my head on how to attach the top wing and struts - so any tips?

No specific recommendations - I did this struts just from the box. But I used instead of the usual adhesive for plastics - cyanoacrylate glue with a catalyst - a substance accelerating drying.

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how can you di such a beautiful paint at 1/72. Amazing!
I my point of view, a 1/72 model is well done when we think loocking at the pic that it is a 1/48 one...
This fiat was in this case...

Congratulations!

Xan

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Hi Fuad

Beautiful work congratulations, what can we look forward to next ? 

We haven't had a big aircraft for a while, do you have an me323 in the stash ? :wicked:

regards Pat

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10 hours ago, JOCKNEY said:

Hi Fuad

Beautiful work congratulations, what can we look forward to next ? 

We haven't had a big aircraft for a while, do you have an me323 in the stash ? :wicked:

regards Pat

Hi Pat
I have a lot of large aircraft models in my stash. But it is not the Me-323. This guy is too ugly)).

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Hi Fuad

I agree looks aren't everything, I'm no oil painting myself, how about this one ?

 

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Not pretty but you are going to need a lot of green paint :frantic:

 

cheers Pat

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Ooh, it's a cult Soviet aircraft before the Second World War. I have it))). But now I have no mood to build this corrugated wonder with bicycle wheels.

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A beautifilly done Chirri Fuad & a great expression of your undoubted skills. I do think they've come together wonderfully well in this build.

& yes, I'd love to see your skills brough to a 323, there is no way I can either afford one, if I could find one, have room to store the box let alone the built model but I'd buy one in a heartbeat if I could find one at a decent price, if only as a tribute to the poor sods who had to fly the darned things. To the brave & the doomed, I salute them.

Steve.

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