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Andrea Ferrari

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  • Birthday 11/08/1957

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  1. Now available in Europe: https://www.axels-modellbau-shop.de/katalog/hobby-boss-81805-messerschmitt-me-262-a-1a-schwalbe-1-18.html
  2. I could not find any aftermarket items - nor decals - when I built mine: https://www.largescaleplanes.com/articles/article.php?aid=3406
  3. Just ordered myself a set!
  4. Thank you very much Radu, much appreciated!
  5. Excellent, thanks! Anybody cares to comment on these: HATAKA: Red Line Set (6 pcs) Early Su-27S/P/UB "Flanker-B/C" paint set ? They are readily available in Italy but I have no idea about their quality or airbrushing properties...
  6. For some strange reason the light grey you used on your Su-27 shows up as a pale pink on my monitor...
  7. Those look interesting as they do not need custom mixing, but I would love to hear from somebody who has been consistently using them. I am tired and frustrated by Vallejo's inconsistencies from one bottle to the next and I'd like to tread on firmer ground from now on...
  8. Stunning build and finish, just beautiful! Thanks a zillion
  9. Yes, that is how I usually get them - eBay or online shops... I just don't know which ones should I order to finish a Su-27 in those beautiful Soviet blues and greys.
  10. Having struggled for weeks now with Vallejo's Air Color set for the Trumpeter 1/32 Su-25 I'm currently building - and having sworn never to fall for Vallejo's seductive packaging and clever marketing again - I'm now wondering what MrColor/Gunze (or even Tamiya, as a last-ditch resort) acrylics should I pick for my future project, Trumpeter's 1/32 big and beautiful Su-27. I am not familiar at all with Russian/Soviet blues and greys and their equivalent in the hobby - any suggestions about which MrColor/Gunze numbers should I choose? I don't really trust as usual Trumpeter's color calls, and I am asking now because they are not easy to come by here in Italy and I might end waiting for a long time before they are delivered given the current pandemic...Thanks to all kind enough to reply !
  11. Thank you so much Dany, much appreciated!
  12. Thanks! But yet again, that is a manufacturer's interpretation...what I'm wondering about is, are there any official Sukhoi templates for camouflage? We have them for Luftwaffe planes from WWII, there must be an official Soviet document on the application of camouflage somewhere...
  13. Is there a reliable Soviet camouflage pattern for the Su-25 Frogfoot A available somewhere? I'm building "red 10", a plane from the Soviet war in Afghanistan, and I've been looking on the Internet but found only endless variations, and I do not trust as usual the color guide of Trumpeter's 1/32 kit. All the planes I've seen seem to sport different schemes, all obviously from the factory and using the same colors. I have the right colors - I'm just unsure about the pattern!
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