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  1. Adults only Trumpeter 1/32 Mig-3 (it's Naked!!)

    looks good, busy with a likewise project
  2. F-82G, Modelcraft, 1/48

    thx, for the info, found some reference books, and these are on their way... so hopefully some prgress soon. @Slartibartfast: thx for the reference
  3. Rutan Voyager, A-model, 1/72

    Thank you for the movie, seems you needed some real nerve to fly this thing... Looks very flimsy Some progress: Original nose section: And then I've found this PIC: Some sanding: Recreating the details: The front and rear exhausts have been changed:
  4. 1/48 Kitty Hawk Su-35S Flanker-E, Russian Air Force, 2014

    very nice work... metal parts are looking very good, as is the whole plane actually...
  5. that put's things into perspective... nice work so far, and eagerly looking forward to the next project
  6. 1/48 Kitty Hawk Su-35S Flanker-E WIP

    looks strange, but then I tend to mix some clear in my paintcup... and so I only have to seal after decals
  7. looks really nice... well done...
  8. https://www.super-hobby.com/products/item_name-108646.html I'll send you my account number ;-)
  9. 1/48 Kitty Hawk Su-35S Flanker-E WIP

    looks good, very good. Thx for taking the time to explain the process. Did you use white for the inside of the outer burner cans and did you leave the deeper part black? Or did you also paint these in basecolor aluminium?
  10. How to Paint Gear Door Edge

    paint it red first, then apply the other colors?
  11. It was a pleasure to see this ugly piece of wood grow into this beauty... Very nice result and a splendid scratchbuild project...
  12. Rutan Voyager, A-model, 1/72

    Thx, JohnS
  13. Rutan Voyager, A-model, 1/72

    Hull is completely glued:I used some electric wire to keep everything at its place while drying... nice, no, but it did the job: Looks good, after measuring everything was parallelFurther a lot of sanding:Main wing assembled and sanded:exhausts in the kit are placed at the bottom of the hull, in reality they are at the sides for the front engine, and on top for the rear engine:closed the holes with sprue, and filed the seams between the wings and the hull and booms..: Rear is also different:(the bulges at the end are the exhaust manifolds, still need to make these)I had to remove the props and landing gear from the sprue with a saw... but these are very brittle, so they broke anyway... The props have a little extra plastic to them are are completely wrong shaped...a bit of sanding laterNot perfect, but a bit better I hope
  14. 1\48 Cessna A37-B Dragonfly

    luckily ;-) splendid job
  15. Why isn't my solder sticking?

    Maybe temperature, or surfaces are not clean. I tend to flatten my solder with a plier and then cut off some small amounts that I need.
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