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  1. Edit: Aphids and Archers and Alamos oh my! These beautiful missiles are now available at www.Zactomodels.com :) ________________________________________________________________________________ ___ Here is the first in a series of Russian Missiles mastered for Zactomodels by Alexander Rogal (Eastern here at ARC). :D The Vympel R-60 (AA-8 Aphid). From top to bottom: Revell, Trumpeter and Zactomodels: Viva la difference! Alexander is also working on master patterns for the R-73 (AA-11 Archer) and R-27 (AA-10 Alamo) series. Check out the progress pictures for the patterns on Alexander's site: http://pilot64.gallery.ru/
  2. Hello everybody! I think I should show you what's on my bench. This is my new scratch project that I intend to offer the Zactomodels to resin cast (of course, if Zactoman would kindly accept my offering. Hey Chris, will you? :worship:/> ) Well, some pictures to show how it looks like. More pics and in-progress ones as well you can see HERE . I do know that the master pattern is not 100% accurate and such mature experts like Jim Rotramel can easily spot at least a dozen of flaws, but I think it's "good enough". :worship:/> Critique, comments and suggestions are welcome. Cheers and happy modeling! Alexander. :worship:/>
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