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  1. Ha ha, no problem Troy thanks , I'm glad you like it
  2. Hi friends, this my next finished project - Huey from Academy at 1/35 scale. For this project I used a lot of photo-etched and resin sets and parts. Painted with tamiya acrilic paints, weathered with oils, washes and dry brush - nothing new for us Put the girl-pilot next to "the choppa" just for fun Hope you will like it And as always thank y
  3. Hi friends And this bird is ready for flight: Thanks for watching friends Cheers
  4. Thanks Tim and Chris Now continue with adding more details to fuselage: Cheers friends
  5. Thanks guys Now continue with some weathered burnt paint over the half-wings: Cheers friends
  6. And start with painting - first 1500 black primer, light shades with deck-tan and white. After - paint some places with original two tone of green camo, sealed with varnish. Some hair sprey covered those areas and start painting the "tank" colors. Some chipping of different zones and places, continue with other shades of those colors. When all was ready - sealed with clear and start with decals-work. Over them I sprayed some smoke to shade again some of the panels and details: Some
  7. Hello friends, at this topic I will show to you my next project of MI-24 V served at Bulgarian Air Force. Model is trumpy, 1/35 scale, for better details I use BigEd, Verlinden resin kit, Reskit wheels, Master pitot and machine-gun. So this MI-24 is with registration ex-139 renumbered at 146, covered over the original camo-scheme with paints that used to cover the ground vehicles as tanks and trucks. Hope this topic will be interesting for you guys and here are some pics from the WIP:
  8. Hi Matt, yes the anti-rad panels are made from thin rubber - I used electrical tape, the photo-etched parts are home-made project.
  9. Hi friends, my next scratch work is done - Air Force APA-5D based at Ural truck. The model is 1/35 scale from old Alanger, repacked by Revell. I do not like the HAD conversion for this machine, so scratched my own: As always thanks for stopping by Hope you will like it. Cheers friends.
  10. Hi friends This is the end of this project: Thanks for watching as always Stay safe my friends. Cheers
  11. Hello friends this my next "quarantine" build. The model is new Zvezda YAK-130 at 48'th scale. The kit itself is excellent, with perfect detailed almost everything, no need AM. But well ... I've ordered BIGEd and Reskit Wheels before the kit. But if you want you can build a great model without this extras, and the big PLUS is the decals printed by Begemot for Zvezda, that you can find in the box Well I want to add an extra detailing, so I made the rivet lines over the fuselage and add cables and tubes at the gears. Oh and printed some "tail-art" Also for more interest
  12. Yep, there will be a lot of wires and pipes
  13. No no, without reinforce, the plastic is very thick
  14. Well Brian, the gear bays will fit, but the nose cone is a bit different at 29's UB It is shaped with a lot of sanding and re-scribing new panels and lines
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