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Alex Matvey

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  1. Good idea, Darren! Though PE fans are included the resin parts may be better option.
  2. Thank you, Brian! I know about gun vents combination and photo shows just how the PE fits the model. It's just an option for those, who wants to build very late F-14. I was just unable to shove all details I want in this set. I will include the NACA scoops in the second set, intended for late F-14 models, especially since we are waiting for the fortcoming Tamiya F-14D release. Another option will be resin add-on we also intend to make.
  3. Thank you! Already available. 16USD for set and 6USD for stiffeners. Write to rust1968@gmail.com for immediate order.
  4. Some details of new PE set are installed on model. The set made of 0.05mm thick stainless steel and has many optional parts. ALM_3718 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3717 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3716 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3715 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3714 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3720 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3693 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3694 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3697 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3699 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3700 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3705 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3708 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3710 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3713 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr F-14_Tamiya_instruction_PG1 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr F-14_Tamiya_instruction_PG2 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr One more little set of stiffeners around the airframe is also 0.05mm steel. ALM_3719 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr PE4819.Instr by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr http://amurreaver.ru/
  5. "The Syracusan" from Freeman collection
  6. Wrong you are, Gabor. When you do careful research on Su-27, you will find, that Su-27 has the same "flat" area in the same location. Forgotten belly shape and "kink" on the flaperon. DSCF9016 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSCF9015 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSCF9052 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSCF9017 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr It is always almost impossible for someone alone to catch all the "fleas" researching a subject, but involving friends and colleagues in the research process gives the better output!
  7. Gabor, it's just an illusion. Su-27 nose lines has absolutely the same features. Look at this red contour over Su-27 and Su-35 cones. It is from original Su-35 renders and perfectly match the published Su-35 service diagrams. There is just optical illusion, caused by different length of radomes and statics release lines. Nose_cones by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  8. 1400px on Flickr DSCF8035_stripes by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  9. There is comparison between the Su-27SM and Su-35S noses. Actually, they are 99.9% match in general shapes. DSCF8035_pre by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr DSCF8035 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr
  10. Gabor, everybody knows, that the Sukhoi didn't release any "drawings" of Su-35.There are not Su-35 scale plans at all, just CAD math model of all components and full assemly. They are secret. The only available "drawings" are the service diagrams from manual, based on CAD. They are non-secret and missed most of details, just schematic, but have very well contours (there is only slight distortion). I've had a chance to compare them against original digital plan renders to confirm this. The main feature everybody should know, that Su-35 has almost absolutely the same shapes, as Su-27, so should have the same cross-sections. You know, the future model will be the best, but again has missed cross-section shapes of the lower fuselage part behind the main wheel wells. Mistake, we could escape, but it unfortunately is here.
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