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About Sebastijan

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    playing simulators (DCS:A-10 and ARMA II atm)

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  1. I wasn't as well, but then checked resources, and there are... Anyway, finished with exams and I managed to more or less finish the cockpits
  2. It's about a purchase of a new fighter aircraft for the Croatian Air Force. The guy holding the models is a Member of Parliament and explains that the only aircraft they're gonna buy, is one of these and that he's gonna present them now to those members so they can play with them (audio gets bad when he walks down the stairs and couldn't get what he was saying there). But yeah, real video and someone got really offended... ­čÖé
  3. Thank you, Dave! During studying for the exams, (this old head of mine doesn't suck knowledge in as it used to and has to be constantly beat into submission :D) I managed to do a few relaxation modelling sessions and here's the result so far. Aft cockpit mostly painted up. Front cockpit painted and washed. And side by side comparison.
  4. Thanks guys! I've got a bunch of learning to do for my upcoming ATC exams so not much time for modelling, unfortunately. I managed to finish the main wheel wells though.
  5. I haven't posted anything in this section for a while but I've decided that this is about to change. Brand new GWH kit of the Su-27UB in 1:48 and from my initial inspection, I am quite certain you can make it into outstanding looking model without use of any aftermarket products. Progress is slow as I have a bunch of exams at work in the near future and parenting and other hobbies take a toll, but still, I am gaining momentum with this build nevertheless. First completed piece is front gear well - I am doing an early version of the UB so I've chosen the open bay wi
  6. The aircraft I had a pleasure of photographing at MAKS 2019. Full article about the aircraft, the model and direct comparison with Hasegawa kit in same scale and of course the full gallery at: https://vvsmodelling.com/2020/12/11/su-35s-flanker-e/
  7. MRPs: Applicable to desert camo and new splinter camo Tan FS 20400 - MRP-244 Brown FS 30140 - MRP-233 Forest Green FS 34079 - MRP-101 Camouflage Grey FS 36622 - MRP-104 There are two variants of blue camo - blue/grey and blue/sand Blue is both times FS35450 - MRP-240 Sand FS33578 - MRP doesn't have this colour in their selection but I'd take MRP-226 Sand and take it from there Grey FS36622 - MRP-104
  8. MRP-49 is too dark for the MiG-31 landing gears. Not sure which paints are you using but I'd just pick a grey, that is slightly lighter from the paint you will be using for the airframe.
  9. All Navy Su-30SMs have three tone bottom camo. Here's a photo of 45 where you can clearly see it's not uniform blue. https://russianplanes.net/id240244
  10. Overall LGG with Gunship Gray details
  11. The HUD is actually one of the bigger disappointments in the kit for me personally. Moulded in grey styrene??? And with PE fret included with useless flare dispenser covers yet having the HUD (and IRST) moulded in grey plastic are the two biggest downsides of this kit.
  12. I switched from MM enamels to MRP lacquers - best thing I did in my scale model "career". As for the inaccuracy claims - each company has rotten eggs in their baskets and it would seem, the paint saga can often be quite subjective. I really like them. Hell no, I LOVE them.
  13. Man that looks FAST! Really great looking model! Even if I prefer P/PDs I am now considering adding one of the Rs to my collection.
  14. Great job! what's that tool called you used for making the camo masking?
  15. Great job on the couple! Can't wait to start mine - got the 4 of them in royal class boxing. What's wrong with kit stencils that you decided to replace them?
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