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Ricardo Salamé

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  1. When I see Pete doing stuff like this I know that something good is comming! Suggestions Pete scale up the v section of the legs that touch the primary struts. The look a little thin https://apolloarchive.com/apollo_gallery.html RS
  2. Hello Guys: It was a great comeback show! Nice to see and talked with a lot of people. Ret and I have a wonderful day on the show. We miss Pete. Crakerjazz yes the CF18B it mine. Guys you already know the Armstrong. I also bring a Klingon Bird of Pray, small vignette o two Rangers in Normandy and a down Me 109G10 with the pilot running in the sunflowers. As Ret mentioned there are a lot of images in the IPMS Hamilton Facebook RS
  3. Thank Cap I am gald that you like it. I have a few question for Starfleet, can you relay them? Ricardo
  4. Yes Pete, you know me. I always like to add something to the model in this case was the base. I am glad that you like this little touch Ricardo
  5. Thanks Pete! Yes I try to mimic Alan Bean work. I got my inspiration from his paints. Its a very cool subject, but Soviet era hardware information it's a little hard to find. The accuracy suffered a little. I am glad that you like it. Ricardo
  6. Aussi Pete I think that It's the best source for astronauts and cosmonaut in 120mm and the king for bigger scale. Ricardo
  7. Thanks Pete, the cosmonaut is from Space Helmet Models from Spain. You can fin them on Facebook.
  8. Orlov DMA spacesuit Space Helmet Models, scale 120mm
  9. Magnificent Job! Pete I think that it’s a little late, but a coat of gloss varnish protects the foil paper for future discoloration Ricardo
  10. Believe or not a lot of what we think for big companies in this hobby, are just small operations maintain for one or two people, that struggle a lot to be competitive and offer a good service to his clients. A lot of them have hard time to make it even, some don’t survive because, shipping issues, government regulations or the lack of good providers. Hang in there Pete. Ricardo
  11. Yes is all part of the kit, the only scratch is the dual rail missile launcher, and some hydraulic lines for the landing gear. The rest is just paint and decals Ricardo
  12. Thanks Colin. The load is unrealistic for any CF18 mission, RCAF are more moderated on the payload. But you never know if any live practice someone will load that build like that. The lad was to make the plane more sexy Ricardo
  13. Pete: Thanks Pete I am glad that you like it. The figure had a great potential, but as any space kit it had errors. It requires a little work to make it look nice. I bought the figure back in 99, today you can find them on the Web, but they are not cheap. Oher option is buying Ignacio’s from Space Helmet Models https://www.facebook.com/Space-Helmet-Models-438055056281252/ they had all the goodies and AL7 and AL7B suits. The reflection is based on Alan Bean painting. I base all my helmet reflections on his work. I am thinking more in an exhibition table
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