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  1. Hello Everyone. . . A Mig-29SMT from trumpeter in 1/72 scale. I had built this model a while back. Now I decided to put this on a base, thus the Snow Diorama. This was my first time doing a diorama, its a small one where I just had to build a Base and merely modifying the MIG I built. The modifications are : 1. Missile covers done by Paper. For the R27s and the RVVs, the paper was rolled into a cone and superglued to the missile. Thereafter it was sanded to the desired shape. For the R73s a small square was cut and just pushed on the Nose of the missile giving the shape of a cover. This looked descent enough to pass by in this scale. These were painted red finally. 2. The Engine intake cover, Upper intake cover and the engine exhaust covers are all done by this plastic sheet. I used a ball pen to get the required embossed effect on these covers. For the upper intakes the walk area was marked by using tamiya masking tape. 3. The pitot cover was done using paper again and the string was a sewing thread. 4. Wheel chocks were taken from the Zvezda Kit. All the weapons, chocks, covers are detachable and are just press fit to the aircraft. For the snow I used Cotton and Baking Soda. I hope You guys Like it. Do lemme know for all your suggestions and opinions so I improve in the Future. For the video, the initial bit is the making of the base. You can JUMP to 05:30 for the Aircraft assembly. Enjoy and Cheers . . . . 😉
  2. Selling the last released detailing sets of Metallic Details: Detailing sets for aircraft model An-225 Mrija (Revell, 1/144) - $58.25 Sets contain resin and photoetched parts for detailing of landing gears, engines and exterior. Engines for aircraft model An-124 Ruslan (Revell, 1/144) - $10.10 Set contains resin and photoetched parts for detailing of engines. Cockpit set for aircraft model Su-34 (Kitty Hawk, Hobby Boss, 1/48; 1/72) - $24.65 Sets contain resin and photoetched parts for detailing of cockpit. Detailing sets for aircraft model Su-35 (Kitty Hawk, 1/48) - $30.25 Sets contain resin and photoetched parts for detailing of exterior, air intakes and interior. Jet nozzles (opened) for aircraft model MiG-29 (Great Wall Hobby, 1/48; Zvezda, Trumpeter, 1/72) - $23.55 Sets contain resin and photoetched parts for detailing of jet nozzles. Ejection seat K-36D-3.5 (1/48; 1/72) - $7.85 Sets contain resin and photoetched parts to build 2 seats (in each set). Ejection seat K-36L-3.5 (1/48; 1/72) - $7.30 Sets contain resin and photoetched parts to build 2 seats (in each set). British colonial cone tent Mark 5 (1/72) - $23.55 1 pcs. No Assembly required.
  3. Exhuasts coming soon. These were made by modifying and adapting the exhausts Alexander made for the MiG-29M/K kit (also used for the Zactomodels Revell correction set). They are now full depth. I'm working on instruction the sheet and production molds and expect to release them soon.
  4. Hi folks! adter finishing the long Su-30 build I wanted to build something "easy" without that much work to get it to look nice, so I decided to build the GWH Mig-29 for a friend who was asking me to build it after some time! so I thought it was going to be a pretty straight forward build, and so far I'm happy with the decission cause this is a great kit! is not a shake'n'bake kit but is really close to that! it has some really nice details and fitting is really good in most places but let's get to the pics so you can take a look at it. I'm not gonna make a review of the kit cause there are some really good ones around. First of all, the box pic! it shows the bird my friend chose, I'm not particularly crazy about the scheme but he likes it so it will be done that way! After that I worked the cockpit, you can see some really nice details and for the front IP there are a lot of decals for dials and stuff, patience is required as there are really a lot! like 20 or something really tiny dials
  5. New stuff from Zactomodels for the Trump MiG-29 kits! Exhausts for the A and UB Chaff flare dispensers for the MiG-29A New nosecone for the A Combo for MiG-29A available at 10% discount! You can choose between the mixed loadout shown, an Alamo/Archer loadout or Alamo/Aphid loadout. Check out my website http://www.zactomodels.com/ and/or visit the Zactomodels sub-forum for more details.
  6. Spanish resin manufacturer, Scratchaviation (aka Scratchaeronautics), will be releasing a resin 1/72 MiG-35 kit. Other than Deagostini's diecast 1/161 model, this will pretty much be the only MiG-35 kit so far. It's available for pre-order on their page for 40 euros, or about $45. http://scratchaviation.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/7388373 Their Facebook page shows off their other kits: https://www.facebook.com/Scratchaeronautics/ Anyways, I'm glad someone has stepped up to provide a kit that has been sorely lacking in the Soviet/Russian scale modeller's collection.
  7. Selling the last released detailing sets of Metallic Details: MiG-29. Jet nozzles (Great Wall Hobby) in scale 1/48 - $32.00 Set contains resin (8 pcs) and photoetched parts. Detailing set for aircraft model Douglas MD-11 (MikroMir) in scale 1/144 - $39.60 Set contains photoetched plate and film with a color dashboard. Detailing set for aircraft model Vickers VC10 (Roden) in scale 1/144 - $19.00 Set contains parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. Detailing set for helicopter model AH-64 Apache LongBow (1/48) - $65.00 AH-64 Apache. Tail support (1/48) - $15.30 AH-64 Apache. Exhaust Pipes (1/48) - $16.50 AH-64 Apache. LongBow Radar (1/48) - $10.50 AGM-114 Hellfire (1/48) - $35.00 Sets contain resin and photoetched parts. Harrier GR7/GR9. Swiveling nozzles and outrigger wheels (1/48) - $20.50 Harrier GR7/GR9. Swiveling nozzles and outrigger wheels (1/72) - $15.50 Sets contain 10 resin and 4 photoetched parts. F-18F. Advanced Crew Station rear cockpit in scale 1/48 - $7.35 Set contains resin parts (2 pcs). Su-27. Jet nozzles (1/48, Academy) - $32.00 Su-27. Jet nozzles (1/72, Zvezda, Hasegawa, Hobbyboss) - $16.50 Sets contain resin parts (10 pcs).
  8. This set intended to improve Great Wall Hobby 1/48 MiG29 (9-12, 9-13, SMT) exterior details. Made of steel with a thickness of 0.05 mm. WBR Rust Usmanov A.M.U.R.Reaver Team
  9. Hi Everyone! My latest model - 1/48 G.W.H. MiG-29AS Slowak Air Force. Decals from Begemot and KoPro, Big Ed, Master pitot and resin R-73 from Eduard. Enjoy.. :D
  10. http://www.janes.com/article/68801/ukraine-announces-plans-to-develop-new-fighter Due to its current no-so-great relationship with Russia, Ukraine is going to develop its own lightweight fighter jet. As the article says, it's going to be more or less a MiG-29 (MiG-29C I'm guessing) but with wholly Ukrainian engines and electronics. Between this, the MiG-35, and the proposed fifth-gen Fulcrum that Russia and the United Arab Emirates are going to be producing, it looks like the Fulcrum design is going to be around quite a bit longer than expected. Of course, I just want a model of all three. EDIT: http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2447644.html proposed concept art of the Russian/UAE Fulcrum. Like the love-child of the MiG 1.44 and MiG-29. I've found nothing for the Ukrainian LBL, although this article (http://quwa.org/2017/03/20/ukraine-intends-develop-new-multi-role-fighter/) says that Ukraine has drawn up sketches of it.
  11. Are the bombs on this MiG-29 the FAB-250 M54 type, or of a different kind? http://russianplanes.net/id198889
  12. Hi everyone! Here's my latest project done. This is the excellent Zvezda 1:72 MiG-29 in S model (izdeliye 9.13) built in the markings of aerobatic group Strizhi (Swifts). The model was built for "Build a Bear Group Build" currently running here at ARC. You can access full article with photogallery here: https://vvsmodelling.com/2016/10/23/mig-29-9-13-fulcrum-c-swifts/
  13. Hi everyone Here's the first blog post of my current project, Zvezda's 1:72 MiG-29 9.13 in the markings of aerobatic group Strizhi (Swifts). Link to he blog: https://vvsmodelling.com/2016/10/12/mig-29-9-13-swifts-pt-1/
  14. After finally finishing the MiG-25RBF conversion, I've finally gotten around to building Zvezda's 1/72 MiG-29. I don't know if it's just me, but this kit practically snaps together, and with little seam lines to show for it. It seems like it'll need a fraction of the filler than your usual kit needs, let alone ICM's MiG-29 9-13. I don't know how it compares to Great Wall Hobby's 1/48 9-13 (mine is still collecting dust, sadly) but this kit is a breeze so far. I haven't seen much in the way of completed builds, though. Probably not looking hard enough.
  15. Now available: 1/32 MiG-29A Correction Set for the Revell kit: Details at www.Zactomodels.com Update: The correction set now includes full length intakes: If you've already purchased the correction, the intakes are available separately. 1/32 MiG-29 exhausts for the Trumpeter kit: Details at www.Zactomodels.com ________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________ Alexander Rogal, "Eastern" here at ARC has been working on some spectacular tailcones to replace those included in the Trumpeter MiG-29K/M kit. He is providing me with the tooling to produce the parts in kit form! The tailcones will be a direct replacement for those provided in the Trumpeter kits and will include detailed resin parts with photo-etch flame holders. The parts are still in progress as is the rest of his MiG-29M. Check out his progress as well as his other models on his website: http://pilot64.gallery.ru/ Here are a few pics of his work so far... I can't wait to pour rubber on this stuff!
  16. APU-60-2 Dual Aphid launch rails are now available! http://s362974870.onlinehome.us/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=192896&view=findpost&p=2247301 See post #220. APU-60-1 Aphid Launch Rails are available! http://s362974870.onlinehome.us/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=192896&view=findpost&p=2041553 See post #190. Su-25 outer pylons are now available! http://s362974870.onlinehome.us/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=223174 MiG-23 pylons are now available! http://s362974870.onlinehome.us/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=219017 MiG-21 Pylons are now available! http://s362974870.onlinehome.us/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=192896&view=findpost&p=2010378 See post #180 MiG-29 Pylons are available at www.Zactomodels.com! Once again Alexander has mastered works of art... I am also offering the APU-73 and APU-60 separately for those who wish to do alternate loadouts. Su-27 Pylons are also available! APU-73 and APU-470 mastered by Alexander. For those that don't want to buy the full set I am offering the wingtip pylons separately. For any of you that might have missed it, Alexander mastered a beautiful assortment of Russian missiles including the Aphid, Archer and variants of the Alamo missiles. >>>Check them out here<<< I will update this post as new pylons become available.
  17. I've managed to bookmark quite a few websites while doing research. If you have any additional links to share please PM me and I will update the list. If you discover any broken or problem links please PM me so I can delete them. Enjoy! I am starting the list with Su-27 references. MiG-29 added. MiG-23 added. I will update this thread and add more posts (Su-25, A-7 etc.) when I can find the time. I am keeping this thread locked so no replies can be made in order to keep it 'clean' with only lists of links to sort through. To those who have PMed and e-mailed me 'thank-you's, you are very welcome!
  18. Hi all! Here it is, finally, after weeks of painting! I had this model built, painted and 'decaled' last year in Russian markings, but, while working on another model a couple of months back I stumbled upon some pictures of this plane and that was it, I had to make this scheme. So, I striped all the paint of it and started to paint it in this digi-camo scheme. After days and days of cutting Tamiya tape for masking and painting all I had left to paint were the rudders, and let me tell you, they were a pain in the butt to paint. I striped the paint twice 'cause it wasn't right, but eventually I managed to finish it, well, 99% at least, as you will notice, the pitot tube is missing. I lost it, thought about scratch building one, but I just ordered a resin one last night... I'm also working on a Su-30 and at the moment I'm sick of scratch building. Some stuff had to be scratch build though, the antennas in front of pit, the one behind the pit, on the engines trunks, the flap actuators and well, you'll see the rest. So, here it is... Thanks for lookin"! Cheers Emil
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