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Nice paintwork and weathering. But I'm surprised. You're from Russia, and you have so many mistakes there?😀

Where is any link to this camo? According to my information, the green color gave after returning from Afgan.

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1 hour ago, harvy5 said:

Nice paintwork and weathering. But I'm surprised. You're from Russia, and you have so many mistakes there?😀

Where is any link to this camo? According to my information, the green color gave after returning from Afgan.

Hi, thanks. I am didn't diping to much in a tecnical part.  Some scratch builds were mada jus for bring life to the poor kit. The paint scheme according instruction.https://military.wikireading.ru/13585 here is paint scheme as i did.

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4 minutes ago, Snitok1983 said:

Hi, thanks. I am didn't diping to much in a tecnical part.  Some scratch builds were mada jus for bring life to the poor kit. The paint scheme according instruction.https://military.wikireading.ru/13585 here is paint scheme as i did.

See folder Afganistan  https://ulozto.sk/folder/fpfD7sUp5Xjt/name/Su-25?view=gallery  😀 For all "AFGAN"camo(sand-brown) missing you ASO-2V dispenser on engines,and more small detail.

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I can't debate about any mistakes compared to the original, but the model definitely looks great.

 

What scale is it? And how did you do the rivet lines - the usual trumpeter riveting wheel oder something more sophisticated?

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10 hours ago, harvy5 said:

See folder Afganistan  https://ulozto.sk/folder/fpfD7sUp5Xjt/name/Su-25?view=gallery  😀 For all "AFGAN"camo(sand-brown) missing you ASO-2V dispenser on engines,and more small detail.

At early version АСО were only near tail fin. May be for afgan camo it was  a sand-brown camo, but the prototype the "29 red"  had the same colors as shown at the model.

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On 10/23/2020 at 1:01 PM, Chief Cohiba said:

I can't debate about any mistakes compared to the original, but the model definitely looks great.

 

What scale is it? And how did you do the rivet lines - the usual trumpeter riveting wheel oder something more sophisticated?

Hi! It is a 48-th scale. The rivett lines were made freehand by the awl.

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