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Juanjo D.

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About Juanjo D.

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    What is this field for? :)
  • Birthday 04/23/1968

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    Sevilla, Spain
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    Jet modelling 1/72 scale.<br>RC Modelling<br>Running<br>Caving<br>Diving<br>Canyoning

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  1. Hi there! I'm currently making room in my basement and I'm trying to sell a few things (even a Streem Su-24M!). Tought perhaps you would like to take a look... Will continue adding items soon... http://www.ebay.es/sch/j-dominguez/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=25&_trksid=p3686 Thanks for reading! :)
  2. Thanks mate! p.s. Don't have a clue on what you're saying.... What's that "La Furia"???
  3. What was an easy project that started buying a resin cockpit is becoming, as usually, another thing... Finally decided to rivet the surface using my RTR riveter... I've built also the rear wheel well as did'nt like the bare area Tamiya provides. Here you've a couple of pics. Hope you enjoy'em... :)
  4. So kind Michael... I was looking for pics on the well itself... That's more the tail leg... Some friend at a spanish forum have just post something to me on it http://rides.webshots.com/photo/2410230130092702542YHZaBp It's not an operational aircraft but a preserved one but it's a good start point anyway... It seems when these bird were operational there was some kind of canvas protecting the leg that this one doesn't have.... Will keep looking out there... Again, thanks!
  5. Do you know a place with the pics I need? Then just post the url... That's the help I was asking for. Thanks for your comments on how easy it should have been to me...
  6. Can see it's not a piece of cake....
  7. Hi friends! While the main gear wheel wells are really well covered by photographic references, cant find a single pic showing this area in a real aircraft. I don't like a all the way its represented in Tamiya's kit so will like to build something to replace it. Thanks in advance.
  8. Congrats.!!! Superb work! One of my favorite choppers! Regards
  9. So kind. Will not say scratch is easy because it isn't... But once you've some practice its only a matter of work and planification... And over all, to me, it's the most rewarding part of the hobby... You can't stop once you start I still remember my first "serious" scratch built item... I started with that and ended up involved in a one whole year full time project... :lol: After that one, all my projects include scratchbuilding... More time comsuming, yes, but very very rewarding... :)
  10. Leave me a PM if you finally come to Sevilla and will try to arrange a couple of cold Cruzcampos with some pescaito frito... Un saludo!
  11. Muchísimas gracias, Pete!!! Cuanto tiempo!!! Do you still have that taste for the spanish food?! We still have pending a couple of Cruzcampos if I can recall... Take care, friend!
  12. So kind mates! Thank you so much! Really hope I can continue with the paiting soon... Need to finish one model!!! :D
  13. Hi there! More than a year after the previous update I think I've finished the scratch on the cockpit... My twins are now three years old and it seems I'm having a bit of time for modeling. (I've seen we've some nice new emoticons!!!) The N3B sight has some 25 pieces in itself and only lacks the clear part and a couple of nuts... Hope you enjoy the pics and hope I can return soon with more pics... This would mean I'm still modeling... :blush:
  14. Fabuloso, amigo mío!! Un placer ver que algunos siguen aprovechando el tiempo que tienen (envidia cochina que os tengo ) para hacer obras de arte. Un saludo!
  15. Whow mate, what a banner! Intense... :D Will have on mind what you said about my banner... But let me first finish something at 1/48!!!! Take care, friend
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