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Silver Seraph

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  1. Mouth-watering to say the least 🤤🤪! It looks like a great kit, not too complicated but enough details. I was hoping for separated controls and extended flaps but hey, it is still a new tool Hercules from one of the leading brands, well done ! I loved the Revell Transall, I am going to worship this Hercules kit 🙏🏼 ! Cheers !
  2. And the original nose looks so much cooler than the brown mock up IMHO. I am currently fiddling their 1:48 Yak-130, an amazing kit with superb detailing, perfect fit and beautiful molding quality. I hope the Su-57 kit echoes that.
  3. Most probably they learned their lesson with the 1st (simplified and wrong in certain areas) and 2nd (entirely new tool and quite accurate from what I heard) iteration of the 1:72 kit. In case of the 1:48 kit, it may not materialise into a full production aircraft but I am certain they will have studied it very carefully. And since there are mostly A-teams working for Zvezda lately, I am eagerly awaiting for its release.
  4. Ask an IT guy or a mod to check my IP number, I am not Uncle Uncool, I am just enjoying a thread I feel (personal opinion) you pollute.
  5. Great datas Nino, I just hope you do not delete all these in a few days. Cheers!
  6. I like the riveting detail on the exhaust petals, I understand this is possible only with a split exhaust in 3 or 4 parts, or slide molding. The joint line is visible but with some careful adjustments, it could be almost invisible. Yes, as is, the results are impressive. AFAIC, no need for resin for the exhaust cans, seats and cockpit IP/side consoles and gear wells. I cannot wait !!! Cheers !
  7. At first, I thought the airbrake-spine photo was to show how fine the scribing was... until I saw the separate airbrake part 😱🤤. Until now, IMHO, Tamiya was the best with this sort of fit, here it looks like GWH has a slight edge, absolutely amazing.
  8. Anyway, aside from the few things that could (or not) be improved (there is a point where it never stops and a compromise has to be made), GWH's way of documenting all the improvements they are bringing to their kits is very intelligent, transparent and perhaps some sort of way to gain customer loyalty, and the details and process are mightily interesting. As much as I worship Tamiya, they are sadly totally secretive about the designing process. Here, with GWH, you are amazed BEFORE discovering the kit. MUST HAVE !!! Cheers ! PS : appears Nino de
  9. Man, I have generally not much interest in Sukhoï fighters but this level of accuracy or dedication to detail is the reason I will most certainly purchase all of their Sukhoï kits. These are gigantic steps ahead of the Hobby Boss and Kinetic kits which were not bad kits after all. Cheers !
  10. Awesome 👌 ! I see no reason to purchase resin seats, the part definition is so beautiful, I cannot see Tamiya doing any better... except perhaps for transparencies. Amazing work ! Cheers !
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