madcow

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About madcow

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  • Birthday 11/08/1976

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    Apart from modelling: music (Bryan Adams), guitar playing, Translation Studies, Football (the real football). I am a big Sport Lisboa e BENFICA fan.

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  1. Disregard my last post. I just realised I misread the manual and painted the whole section in white when it was only the back part...
  2. Thanks for all the help. This is how far I got with the F-14. By the way, should this be white or in the fuselage colour?
  3. Thanks for the photo. The fuel tank pylons are clearly visible. From what I've seen, it won't be very hard to make the Tamiya ones look half decent.
  4. Thanks guys. I'll try to find some 1/48th fuel tank pylons or try to detail the Tamiya ones. The configuration you mentioned is interesting, especially for Fast Eagle 107. I have some photoetch tail stiffeners so it's still a possibility.
  5. I didn't know that, Darren. Thanks for the input.
  6. Thanks Jari. The Tamiya pylons are not that detailed (when not using the tanks), so I think I won't use them.
  7. Hi guys, two questions about Fast Eagle 102 in 1981. I can't find the information anywhere. I know that the loadout for the mission where two libyan Su-22 were downed was 2-2-2. My questions are: 1. Were the fuel tanks under the air intakes used? 2. Were the rear Phoenix pylons in place or removed? Thanks in advance.
  8. Thanks for the reply. I guess I'll close the engine cover on this one, then.
  9. Hi guys, I just got Eduard's/AK Interactive Bf109E-1/3 in 1/48th scale and I was wondering if it's possible to build the whole engine and put the engine cover on (without glue) and remove it to show the engine whenever I want, or if, instead, building the whole engine will make it impossible to put the engine cover on. The instructions are not 100% clear. I think it's possible, but I'm not sure. Thanks in advance.
  10. Yellow 31
  11. Thanks. I've been checking that website and that's where my information about the Il-2 comes from. I guess I'll go withe the other scheme offered by Hobby Boss.
  12. Hi guys, I was wondering about the accuracy of the Hobby Boss 1/32 Il-2m with the green/black camo. The kit seems to depict a post-August 1943 Il-2m, but the paint scheme is from pre-August 1943 if I'm not mistaken. I was wondering if that camo scheme is correct for that plane or not.
  13. Maybe AMK will release a third version of the MiG-31. This time an early type... hint hint.
  14. Thanks!
  15. Hmm... Then I have my versions mixed and this is still not the MiG-31 I'm looking for.