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About ChernayaAkula

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    Putting the "pro" in procrastination since...???
  • Birthday 02/26/1983

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  1. Post number (#) in a thread - where is it?

    Sorry, but that's not what I'm talking about. I mean a number signifying the number of the post in a certain thread. My initial post in this thread, for instance, would be #1. Your reply is the second post in this thread. #2. This post here would be #3. Here are two examples, the first one from a very long thread (post #6863), the second one from a rather short one. Post-Index-Number by Motschke, on Flickr
  2. It used to be that there was a small index number for referencing posts in a given thread in a numeric order. Made it really handy to refer to certain posts without having to quote them. "As displayed in post #17 of this thread..."" or something like that. Is that number gone for good? Can it be brought back? Sorry for the cryptic thread tile, BTW.
  3. Aviation Art Su-33 1/48

    Regarding the last ~ 40 posts in this thread....
  4. AMK IAI Kfir C2/C7 in 1/72, new tool

    Working on one of mine at the moment. Certainly enjoying it so far. Have installed the landing gear bays. Multiple parts with great detail and great fit. Clever engineering with tabs and slots ensures that you can dry-fit the parts and the parts stay in place. Just add a lick of Tamiya Extra-Thin. Now at the point where I have to paint the cockpit. I'm also trying to convince a Monogram F-105 pilot to drive the Kfir. Would love to see more manufacturers giving us detailed multi-part pilots (separate arms and head) able to fit their respective cockpits. What do you think, Martin? I'll post some pics once there's actually something to show.
  5. 1/32 AS332L2 Super Puma Mk.ll HKGFS B-HRN

  6. Su-17M3 'Fitter-H'; Finished 07/12/2017

    That is gorgeous!
  7. Hmmm. "Growler drawing giant dick". Now there's a headline if there ever was one. At least to our Brit friends. Erm.... probably unrelated, but... has anybody seen Kolja round 'ere lately? Just asking.
  8. SpPz 2 Luchs

    Your looks sure Luchs good... no, wait.... your Luchs sure looks good! ! Ah, what the hell, sounds the same either way. Lovely work indeed.
  9. IAF Fouga Magister

    Gorgeous! Really like the contrast between the IAF camo and the day-glo bits.
  10. 1/72 F-16C Block 52+

    Lovely build! The exhaust nozzle looks amazing. EDIT: Which manufacturer is the nozzle from? Very nice display, too!
  11. 1/72 Monogram Phantoms!!

    Damn! That's a right looker you've got there! Sure looks the part in "Lizard"!
  12. Su-17M3 'Fitter-H'; Finished 07/12/2017

    Azeri Fitter? Awesome! It is gonna be that splinter scheme, right?
  13. Best 1/72 Apache for YAH-64A?

    A most interesting project for sure!
  14. WIFF Guardia di Finanza

    Awesome! Looks really good in those colours!