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MiG-23MF "Bedna" / Eduard / 1:48


mathy
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Hi all,

after the L-39 I built another Czech AF jet: The MiG-23MF! Used the new nice "Bedna" Kit by Eduard (ex Trumpeter) and add Brassin intakes, nozzle, wheel bays and tyres, the Eduard PE update set and a Master pitot. Hope you like this MiG!

 

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very nice model!

 

the Bedna kit is a really nice package! mixing Eduard parts with the Trumpeter main kit parts!

great decal set and PE parts.

 

Add the Brassin line intakes, nozzels, etc...

 

fantastic !

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On 12/4/2018 at 9:53 AM, exdraken said:

very nice model!

 

the Bedna kit is a really nice package! mixing Eduard parts with the Trumpeter main kit parts!

great decal set and PE parts.

 

Add the Brassin line intakes, nozzels, etc...

 

fantastic !

You`re are right. The kit is one of the best Trumpeter models. Together with the nice eduard parts it´s just great fun to build it.

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Marthy this made my day. I have started my MLD twice and this gave me the courage to give it another go. What paints did you use and how did you get the perfect weathering?  The tailpipe is a masterpiece in subtlety and restraint. Thank you for sharing this piece of plastic art with us! 

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21 hours ago, 28ZComeback said:

Marthy this made my day. I have started my MLD twice and this gave me the courage to give it another go. What paints did you use and how did you get the perfect weathering?  The tailpipe is a masterpiece in subtlety and restraint. Thank you for sharing this piece of plastic art with us! 

Thanks for the words! I used Gunze acrylics H309/303/310 for the camo. Weathering was done with some different methodes. Black oil colours, airbrush post-shading und some Amo of Mig pigments

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