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Aluxe

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About Aluxe

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    LSP Junkie
  • Birthday 08/30/1975

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    Male
  • Location
    Mérida, Yuc. México
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    Hello, I think I've evolved from the 7 years I met the models with a P-40 in 1/144 scale from there began my journey through this wonderful hobby going by the aircraft WWII 1/72, in the years 90's my preference to change the helicopters coming to have more than 200 models, and everything changes, I am currently migrating to the scale 1/32 and 1/35 always in the genre rotary wing.

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  1. ok, when I saw the Blu-tack rolls without covering the green ... I was scared, and I see that he controlled his airbrush very well, he's inspired, and in turn, perhaps they were, for this cammo, inspired by the Russian snipers of World War II, I wonder I hope to feel soon ready to work my Mi-24 well done
  2. very good start, and especially the analysis that makes between Part and Eduard, in my case, it was very difficult to choose, even, I thought both in complement, I finally preferred Part for this model; My decision was in the interiors, they made me richer. I will follow your progress closely. thanks for sharing
  3. Insanely daring and very well accomplished, congratulations
  4. Great representation of the furious Polish, I see that they modify the machine gun... Please tell me what you did
  5. simply spectacular, well accomplished. Congratulations
  6. oh, it looks great, and much better in its diorama
  7. Oh... same problem, very interesting, try it surely I can
  8. I really liked your result, if it should be complicated to build this giant, but it's worth it. thanks for sharing..
  9. Wow, Well done, scratch, i like they scheme, congratulations!
  10. great progress. keep track expect to see soon
  11. I loved the results. especially white decals. I've had experiences myself in trouble trying to make different unpublished schemes that provides a source kit My last job was to draw the decals for BK117A3 of the Colombian Navy, all monochromatic declas in black have also drawn to print in color but I dare not make rubbings white! great view keep us informed, we appreciate
  12. that dedication! I see many challenges overcame splendidly. rivets look properly installed, decals, I imagine they were made to measure, but what leaves me,, question was whether datas and anchor in white were made on screen or printed?
  13. VERY, VERY GOOD WORK, I imagine how fun it was dressing the Lynx with rivets. Congratulations, well done
  14. I love detail work of the pilots, additional equipment, we hope soon seus progress. if possible, you could put a picture of the front of the pilots? Thank you well done
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