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  1. I'm looking for a full or partial set of Linden Hill 1/32 Su-27 Flanker 'Guardians of the North' Decals. Specifically I'm looking for the markings for Blue 36 and/or Blue 41 (The little black circle with the owl/hawk outlined in white holding a missile and the 'star medal' decal with red syrillic writing to the right of it). Please send me a PM or email to dsahling1@yahoo.com Thanks Dan
  2. I'm looking a set (or partial) of Linden Hill 1/32 Su-27 Flanker 'Guardians of the North' Decals, specifically I'm looking for the small black circle with the owl/hawk outlined in white and the decal that looks like 'star medal' with some red cyrillic writing to the right of it (the markings used for Blue 36/41). Please send me a PM or email to dsahling1@yahoo.com. Thanks Dan
  3. Does anyone have any reference photos of the Su-27 Flanker 'Blue 03/Blue 09' with the wolf emblem on the left forward fuselage area from Kilp Yavr? Please send an email or PM, dsahling1@yahoo.com Thanks Dan
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    1/32 Tamiya Spitfire Mk IXc, "Kicked Up A Notch"

    Hey Chuck, nice to see you back over here. I appreciate all your documentation as it really helped me put together a stunning Tamiya 1/32 F-15C (I've got to get a new camera before I take photos so it'll be a little while, but I'll get around to it). I know you've still got a ways to go on this one, but I think usually, you tend to alternate jet/prop. Since I know you enjoy trying new techniques and subjects, have you ever thought about an Su-27 Flanker? It's a bit of a departure from some of your other projects, but I'd love to see what you do with a Flanker, they're usually heavily weathered (especially up north) and as such they make for very interesting camouflage and airbrushing challenges. Just a thought, looking forward to seeing how the Spitfire progresses.
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    Su-27 Flanker Photo DVD?

    Damn, I've got some photos of it when it was Red 07 that have helped a little but its from far away and very difficult to precisely determine some of the camouflage demarcation lines but I just need 1-2 good photos that clearly show the upper surfaces....sadly I'm running out of reference photos...
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    Su-27 Flanker Photo DVD?

    I'm looking for a DVD by Sergey Archakov that contains about 900 photos of the Su-27 Flanker....first question does anyone know if it contains photos of Red 07/Blue 38 from Kilp Yavr? If so does anyone have a copy they would either be willing to make to sell? Or send me the photos of Red 07/Blue 38 (if it contains them?) Thanks Dan
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    KA Models aftermarket parts

    It'd be reallynnice if they upscaled those to 1/32....
  8. Does anyone have photos of the upper surface camouflage of the Su -27SM Flanker ‘Red 64’? And can anyone provide a list of details that differentiate the SM version of flankers? Thanks Dan
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    Yefim Gordon Contact Info?

    I was trying to get ahold of Yefim Gordon to see if he has some reference photos of a plane I'm searching for, I tried emailing a publisher that was potentially connected with him but I haven't received a reply and was wondering if anyone here was friends/acquaintances with him (or knew how to get in touch with him) and would be willing to provide me his email address or at least send a message on my behalf if you're not comfortable giving out his email. Please either respond here or send me a PM. Thanks Dan
  10. I’m looking for a back issue of Hobbyworld Magazine No. 9 01/2001 it apparently has an article about the Su-27 Flankers from Kilp Yavr. If anyone has this issue and can scan the photos, Im specifically looking for the Su-27 numbered ‘Red 07’ or would be willing to sell it I would be most grateful. Please send me a PM or email dsahling1@yahoo.com. Thanks Dan
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    Masking over decals

    Give future a solid 48-72 hours to cure and even better is Tamiya x-22 clear. And try using Tamiya yellow or kabuki tape which works good and is low tac
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    Masking over decals

    Make sure you use Microsol or Walthers Solvaset and its over a well-cured gloss coat (I like Tamiya Clear X-22) (test Walthers before applying on a decals/big decal cause sometimes it'll literally melt the decal), give the decals several days to thoroughly dry, and then seal the decals after its really dried well after a couple days with some more Tamiya X-22, this will also make the carrier film border harder to see. Dan
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