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  1. Szia Gábor! Again you are the master of the details! I cannot imagine how you can make all this mostly in 1:72 scale... Looking forward to seeing the progress of your PF build, hopefully soon with some jaw dropping details.🤩 Take care and see you soon! Pali
  2. Szia Gábor! Good to see you in action again. Your job is very clean and high quality. Just exactly what we expect from this thread... Stay safe and happy modelling! 🙂
  3. Hi Gábor, I also wish you all the best for 2020! I look forward to seeing your progress photos so that I can learn a lot. Happy modeling! 😊 Pali
  4. Hi Gábor, I am very happy to see these photos, I was amazed when the articles were published, still I have those magazines. I keep the precious resin parts and also the perfect photo etched sheets with my KP MiG-19, hopefully it can be finished one day... in fact that was the time when our friendship started. The sleek, elegant MiG-19 PM is on my wishlist since then. Happy modelling! 🙂
  5. Hi Gábor, Thanks for the detailed analysis, the kit looks really nicely moulded. The ejection seat is also very good, mostly after acknowleding that it is 1:72 scale. Hope I can see the results after you put your fine brushes into action. 🤗 Enjoy the build! Cheers, Pali
  6. Hi Gábor, Many thanks for sharing the photos of my “favourite area” behind the cockpit. It seems the guys at Modelsvit have done a good job and taken care of the details. I like the result a lot... Also I think the ejection seat is very nicely detailed, may be the best that can be made by molding in such a small scale, although I leave it to your expertiism if it really well replicates the original thing. In the meantime I am trying to order my sample from ebay, I know it will not be a disappointment. Cheers, Pali
  7. Hi Gábor, Thank you for sharing the photos. The kit looks very nice in the box. My only question is the area behind the cockpit that is full of control rods and yellow fuel lines, and those make this section very “busy”. As I could see, in the kit this area builds up from several pieces ( base with the control rods molded on and several separate fuel lines) and make it more or less authentic, will look good under the transparent part. Please do not wait too long to start the kit, I am curious about your opinion. Cheers, Pali
  8. Hi Gábor, Congratulation, you have turned this tiny model to a real gem. I have to admit that it is small, very small... Really can’t wait to see the Mk.2 and Mk.3 versions with all their precise goodies. Cheers, Pali
  9. Well, there has been no MiG brought to Mosonshow by the Modelsvit Team. It’s a pity, for me personally it would have been one of the highlights of the new stuff, and also a good chance to introduce the kit to the public. That’s life... I think I am not the only one who got disappointed. Next year then...
  10. Hi Gábor, Nice job! Two more sleeps and I can see it again in real... Really curious what more you’ll do with the Mk2 and Mk3 sisters. I could see some “missing plastic” on the Mk2 fuselage. Always wonder how you can make those precise cut outs... Please make a silver one and a camouflaged one in Hungarian colours. See you on Saturday! Pali
  11. Happy Easter Gábor! I am looking forward to keeping the Izdeliye 74 in my hands. Hope that the Modelsvit team brings enough... I wonder how Modelsvit could work out the details behind the cockpit where a bunch of control rods and fuel lines are located. I pretty much like the yellow coloured pipelines as they are outstanding from the silver-metallic finish of the MiG. So far this area was overlooked by the firms, although I have to admit, the area is very small in 1:72 scale. See you at Mosonshow! Pali
  12. Szia Gábor, Precise, defined job as usual, one can say this is what we expect from you. This tiny scale just makes things even more difficult when we talk about extra details. I especially like the way how you have treated the sink marks on the upper side of the wings. I have already taken over your method and found its advantages (no further shrinking, the superglue is hard, hence you can make the engraving easier and more defined). It’s also a good idea that you have chosen the way that the airframe is uniformly grey, so that it makes the Master guns more outstanding and draws the attention to the superbly machined parts. I cannot even think how you could apply the antenna base, it is soooo tiny. The thing is not just microscopic but requires attention to the application of the glue limited only to a very small area at the bottom. I guess at least, most probably my skills would not be enough even to try it... I was lucky to see your small MiG in my hands and I can tell, you made it a real little gem. Master could be very proud of it at Mosonshow. See you there in less than a week. Cheers, Pali
  13. Brilliant work Gábor, as usual. Please keep going! 🤩
  14. Szia Gábor! Very precise job, I like it a lot. This is rather a watchmaker’s job 🙂 Please keep going, waiting for further details and progress. Cheers.
  15. Szia Gábor! Very nice job as usual from you. Waiting for all new details you might add to the kit and looking for the news with great interest. Keep up the good progress! Cheers, Pali
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