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Silenoz

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  1. splendid work... simply fantastic...
  2. A nude Dragonfly

    Looks good so far, I've made a slight start with the Hornethopter, but just got as far as cleaning up the parts...
  3. shake and bake for a returning noob

    don't know how rusty the skills are, nice kit, but a lot of (small) parts...
  4. Knocked out Panther

    pretty impressive and nice work...
  5. thx for the interest, it's just like assembling a very small kit. Cupola parts ready for cleanup: Antigrenade netting with handles and bars The missing gunshield was replaced for free by Part, a big thx for that: and the main cupola:
  6. 1/32 Cavalier Turbo Mustang conversion

    interesting conversion, and never heard of it...
  7. Olimp Resin reviews or feedback

    I have as for now only used the kit for the SU-34 (Osetia warrior set and control surfaces), and it was pretty straightforward in my opinion. Though a bit crude.... I also have the kit for the AH-1W in 1/72, but haven't started it yet....
  8. Aftermarket tracks?

    spade ace tracks are also good. Then there are also then the plastic version from trumpeter, modelkasten... more work, but equally nice. When you want to have an idea on how to paint these: https://www.facebook.com/pg/RoeselaarseModelbouwVereniging/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1143052735741184
  9. a bit more progress on the cupolla: rear part is closed, still waiting for a missing part from Part, then I can close the front too... On to adding the last details in the cupolla
  10. The aufklärungspanzer was a late ware reconaissance panzer, made to replace the spähpanzer II luchs, with a 20mm cupolla for self defence against light armoured and areal units. It was base on a, by then obsolete, panzer 38t chassis, which was very rugged and durable (the hetzer family used the same chassis). Only 64-70 units were made by the end of the war, and no survivors exist. they fought in Russia and Europe. The base is from Attack hobby, and is mostly limited run quality with a very soft detail and plastic. I will also use the PE-set from Part, which replaces most of the upper surface and the complete cupola: and a resin set with a basic interior The hull in dryfit: then a lot of toolboxes: the fenders without mounting brackets: Machine gun cradle (I only added some reinforcements at the angles to avoid breaking of the pivot points the anti grenade screens Also some resin sprockets are added in the kit, but these will need some (a lot of) cleaning-up
  11. 1/48 Hasegawa Ah-64 D-I Saraf

    A JGSDF one?
  12. Two questions please if i may; P-38J/Brengun resin bombs!

    So you can copy the PE to a sheet of paper (hardened with CA) or styrene and make a second set for free?
  13. Two questions please if i may; P-38J/Brengun resin bombs!

    So you can copy the PE to a sheet of paper (hardened with CA) or styrene and make a second set for free?
  14. 1/48 Hasegawa Ah-64 D-I Saraf

    Looking very good, are the fueltanks included in the isracast set?
  15. Two questions please if i may; P-38J/Brengun resin bombs!

    you can adress the question with regards to the PE to the manufacturer. I've messed up some PE and they were very helpfull to replace it. http://www.brengun.cz/
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