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    Alexander P. Rogal
  • Birthday 01/03/1964

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    Vladivostok, Russia
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    Modern military fast jets 1/32; military helicopters 1/35

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  1. Non scale of mine but gonna follow with much interest. Cheers and happy modeling! Alexander
  2. Well, more updates. Now on the ailerons and flaps. As the hinges I used some brass stuff leftover from my wooden ship kit.
  3. Hello Karl, The yellow stuff was this:
  4. BTW. Thank you guys for the interest and nice comments (Greg, you da man.) Back to the progress. One more pic on the wings. The grooves where the pylons are to be placed are in wrong position so I had to fill the grooves and drill holes to place the pylons where they are to be.
  5. Hello Karl, Nice to hear from you. Light curing putty? I actually use Mr. Hobby's Mr. White Putty. Can't say it works good. After having dried it sometimes tends to peal off. I used to use Tamiya gray putty (very nice stuff with very good adhesion) when it was available in the local Hobby Shop but now it scarcely can be bought even via internet. Cheers! Alexander
  6. OK. I'm not gonna rush on it that no way to disappoint you. LOL.
  7. Hi Greg, Don't worry, I've got that furniture piece all right. 🙂 The only thing to worrying about is that the build is a big time eater. LOL. Cheers! Alexander
  8. It is more than a year past by since I started working on the wings and only now I'm to show what I did so far. Before gluing top and bottom parts together I added stiffening ribs of plastic 1 mm thick. After the parts were cemented together I added some lengths of plastic to the fore edge of the wings to make the edge to be more rounded as closer to the prototype. Then I removed the long protruding element (have no idea what it is) from where the wing forms a V shape right closer to the main gear sponson and replace it with a scratchbuild part. BYW, the in-kit sponsons ar
  9. Hi there, Some more images as progressing on the main gear nacelles.
  10. Some more updates on the main gear wells.
  11. Some more updates. Now on the chaff/flare dispensing system. I removed the in-kit part and scratch built the one using a part leftover from another kit.
  12. Hi guys, After a long delay on the posting I managed to post some images concerning my progressing on the build. Now into the main gear wells. I soldered one element (have no idea what its name is) and pinfiled some details to fix on the area within the wells. And some images how they look after some more details have been added. Cheers! Alexander p.s. Please, give me a clue how to move the cursor below the images field to type below them.
  13. Hi Oliver, This is what I'm working on: After some delay I'm back to it. But I'm progressing slowly as my modeling mojo is getting down year by year. 🙂
  14. Have been lurking around. 🙂 Like your work? Like... Damn, I 'm just stunned with all you do. I always follow each your thread with much interest and admiration. Sure this one's gonna be a real bomb shell effect when it's finally done. And , of course, a real show stopper wherever you expose it. Alexander
  15. Man, but it's at least six times smaller than the pics shows! Your skill rocks! Top notch build! Cheers!
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