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MiG-15bis, Hobby 2000 (Bronco), 1:48


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Hi all,

here some pics of my latest model: MiG-15bis by Hobby 2000 (ex Bronco). Add Brassin wheels and Eduard PE`s for the cockpit. The Hungarian Air Force Decals are out of the box, the stencils are by Edaurad as well.

 

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Hi Mathy,

that looks very very convincing. One of your best finishes from the last time, for my taste. Superb photography as always.

Nice, have to put my fingers out and grab one……

 

Cheers 🍻 

 

Andy 

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Hi Mathy,

 

Brilliant paintwork and weathering! Excellent work! Well done man. So convincing. 

 

I have one observation - somehow the markings slightly stand out since they are pretty much intact and much cleaner than the rest of the heavily weathered plane, especially the numbers at the front.

 

Also, check the front wheel. In some photos it looks like it is slighly misaligned. Not trying to split hairs, just pointing out in case you didn't catch it. :)

 

Again, excellent work! Great modelling as always from you. Looking forward to seeing your next project.

 

Best,

Nikola

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, 28ZComeback said:

Can you please give us a brief tutorial on your weathering methods?  This is probably the best Mig-15 ever to grace these pages. 

Sure🙂

It was done with chipping fluid, black and brown oilcolors, post-shading with airbrush, and the fine AK pencils.

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wow, 

I also just got me one of those Hoby 2000 kits, very good value for money!

 

you absolutly did it justice!

 

congrats!

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Beautiful work all around, first glass paint and weathering

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