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Hi Folks. I want introduce just finished model MiG-15bis 1\48 from TAMIYA.  This model was build under impression from book about Korean War "Soviet aces in Korean war". Soviet pilot: Mihin M. I. ,may 1953 ,airfild Myaogou ,North Korea.

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Stunning! 😎 Really makes a nice change from the all over natural metal finish that you usually only see for Korean War Mig15's .

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Looks great

Nice and tidy!

 

Probably still in service.... ;)

 

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Outstanding Mig-15!!!!!  I like the camouflage pattern as a change over the typical natural metal finished types that were prominent over the Korean Peninsula. :clap2:

 

Mike

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Fantastic 

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Very nice job on this kit, love the scheme.  I also like the little insulator you put on the antenna wire and would love to know how you did that, it looks perfect!

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2 hours ago, Harold55 said:

Very nice job on this kit, love the scheme.  I also like the little insulator you put on the antenna wire and would love to know how you did that, it looks perfect!

The insulator was made of a stick from Chupa Chups. The stick was heated above the flame of the lighter, and was stretched to the desired thickness. After that, a piece of the desired length was cut off and dressed on the antenna wire.

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Beautifully built and finished Mig Michael - lovely colours, fading and general weathering. All in all - I love it!

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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Excellent build, that's a great choice of scheme

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A superb build and finish.  Looks very smart in the camo and also a welcome change from bare metal.

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On 3/24/2020 at 8:25 AM, Michael-S said:

The insulator was made of a stick from Chupa Chups.

I have always known that having a sweet tooth would come in handy one day! You are the living proof I was right!!!

Absolutely beautiful MiG-15!

Congrats!!!

 

JR

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