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Maketar Productions

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    Scale modelling, Digital arts, tobacco pipes...

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  1. Thanks guys, that was helpful! Seems like i will be getting both, Trump and Academy kit, just to be sure :-) And yes, paint masks for those soon! Cheers, Alek
  2. Well thats it! I am into jets now... dear dear, sooo many kits to source now! Cheers, A.
  3. Hi chaps, Keep seeing this one a lot lately in various scales so i thought that must be a sign i should get it and build it :-) As i am not jet expert by no means, i would appreciate any suggestion on AM stuff or version i should get. Lovely bird. Many thanks, Alek
  4. Seen it on Facebook, "walking Dead" in its best! Awesome work man. Cheers, Alek
  5. one of the nicest spitfire builds that i've seen recently. love the spanish style! good work. alek
  6. Both is always better than neither!? :-) Here we are waiting for a decent Mossie for years and now TWO! Cheers, Alek
  7. Yes they do, you can see a full list of shops HERE @mozart, many thanks for your kind offer, i'll have it in mind! Cheers, Alek
  8. Hi guys, I would like to add a few things, if I may ('I' in uppercase ;-) ) First, many thanks for fair and honest review! Now, as English is not my native i did my best to make it as understandable as clear as possible, far from perfect though. Guys from ADH were great and allowed me to comment and edit their layout and design, they seemed very keen to publish the book so i though they would do their own edit before printing it. I guess i should let someone edit the text before it went to ADH. In general, i am quite happy how it turned out and will try to iron out all the things on the next one. Now for the lathe, Unimat Metal Line is NOT the best and most accurate multi tool there is but is for sure quite handy. Apart from lathe you can easily configure machine for drilling, milling, sanding and lots of others tasks. Being a modular machine is a down point here as you need to 'calibrate' and align every module before you could use it to achieve decent results, time consuming but pays off! Magic sculpt is another amazing thing i've discovered years ago, you can do literally anything with it and its not expensive at all, i think 30 USD for 2kg was the price a couple of years ago, keep in mind that i used maybe 3rd of it so far and i used it alot. @mozart, i would recommend Proxxon small metal lathe PD250/E, after a lot of research i've found that this one is by far the best and quality made, you cant go wrong here. Roughly the same price as Unimat. With proxxon you get lathe only but its worth every penny. Cheer, Alek
  9. Excellent one Peter! I am a big fan of brass scratchbuilding and i am sure you dont mind me sharing this one from you HERE Thanks! Alek
  10. Hope to see Mirage 2000 D/N one day as well! Was waiting for any mirage in 32 though :-) thanks, Alek
  11. Hi all, Used Alclad quite many times with masks on, never had a single problem. Also, never ever sprayed any primers and bases for alclad except on some parts of the model to check seems and filler spots. Not just i used masks over Alclad but i did heavily masked it! Also, never thinned Alclad, just spray it at a bit higher pressure and allow enough time in between coats. Finished 'Jug' can be seen HERE Last project i used alclad and masks was my P-47D build Cheers, Alek
  12. Hi guys, Just a small update... K&T website is further fine tuned with options and cosmetic changes. http://www.kitsandthings.net/ Check it out! Cheers, Alek
  13. Hi guys, Many thanks for your help, it sure made me make up my mind! Lain, no need to apology ;-) and yes, there have been a few hints that you guys really like WNW models :-) BTW, you have some really rare and nice models in your stash! As WNW have all i need, will for sure go with them! Many thanks again, Alek
  14. Hi guys, I am into buying some WWI LSP kits and was wondering what should i go with. I've seen some Wingnut Wings kits and they sure do look awesome but there is also Roden with significant subjects... If we don's look at the price, what would be the best choice in terms of kit quality and details, no matter of the specific aircraft subject offered by one or the other manufacturer but rather in general? Many thanks, Alek
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