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Hello to everybody.

Will start with this Group Build (NOt quite shure I will finish it on time, but that's another story..... :closedeyes: )

Picture of the Box Art:

WIPMig-21MF01.jpg

 

Inside of the Box:

WIPMig-21MF02.jpg

 

After market pieces:

WIPMig-21MF03.jpg

you see the Big ED set,Eagle Strike 32034 and the Begemot stencils.

 

The documentation:

WIPMig-21MF04.jpg

From Sqadron, as you can see.

 

So it will be a Foreign one.

Don't have decided yet.

3 possibilities:

Egyptian

Cuba

Czech.

I like the Cuban Air Force one, but I'm not shure.

What do you people think?

Thank you for looking.

See you soon for the start.

Cheers

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Good choice! Have one at the stash too. Maybe to make a Cubanian or Vietnamese one.

 

That large walkaround book by WWP from Czech would be an ideal choice if you choose a czech one.

(edit: sorry, that book is no longer on sale here.)

 

I will watch this build!

Regards!

- dutik

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Guest Martinnfb

Wow that's quite a package . very good choice Jamme :).I will follow this build with interest.

Cheers

Martin

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Hello Everyody.

Thank you Dutik, Tomec, Loic, Martin and Harv.

I put somme pictures for the choice of schemes.

You have two possibilities in the box

1/ German Luftwaffe JG-1 (As the boxart)

2/ Iraqui Air Force:

WIPMig-21MF06.jpg

 

The Eagle Strike decals:

3/ Egyptian

4/ Cuba

5/ Czech

WIPMig-21MF05.jpg

 

By the way does anybody know a good match for the Russian interior Blue (Tamiya, Gunze, Modelmaster?)

 

Thank you for looking.

Cheers,

Jamme

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Hello Loic.

The Cuban is my first choice also.

I also like the Egyptian, but I think that one is already much seen.

Thank you for looking.

Cheers,

Jamme

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By the way does anybody know a good match for the Russian interior Blue (Tamiya, Gunze, Modelmaster?)

 

MM makes Russian "interior blue/green".

 

tes2135.jpg

 

 

I used it on my Mig 15 with what I consider great results. You can sort of see the color her in the wells.........darkened by shadows, dirt, and a wash however -

 

DSC00056.jpg

 

Brian

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Hi everybody.

Thank Brian, Harv and Dave for looking and comments.

Brian I was at a Customer today and find somme paints there, concerning the colours for Tha Mig's pit

Here is the picture:

WIPMig-21MF07.jpg

The colours are a little darker than on the picture.

You probably can't see the difference on the screen, but the left one is light turquoise and the right one is blue green.

The Blue green seems better to me as it is ......turquoise with a little green added.... :D :rofl:

What do you people, and Brian think?

As it is not easy to find MM in Belgium.

Thank you for the answers!

I highly appreciate. :bow:

Cheers,

Jamme

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Guest Martinnfb

Jammie, the interior color known to me as "tooth paste blue" varies from batch to batch. It is up to your judgment and references .

Cheers

Martin

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... in terms of camo , here is you chance to make uncle Muammar proud! :evil_laugh:

PS; if you need pictures of the Czechoslovak Mig/chick, i should have some in the stash.

M.

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Thank you Martin.

When I look at the pictures I have in the books an th Web, they all seems different colors..... :blink:

Will try the Blue Green I think..... :hmmm:

I have more books on the MIG-21 than the two Squadrons "Walk Around". I also have the in Action, The Verlinden's Lock on (not very interesting, must admit..), The 4+ publication and the Mig-21 "In Color".

Now I always allright with other pictures.

I PM you.

Приветствия

Jamme

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