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  1. 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.
  2. Hi all! I present to you my latest project, the 1/48 Kitty Hawk Su-35S Flanker-E, "Red 08" in the unique Eggplant Dark Gray scheme of the Russian Air Force, circa 2014. This is really a great kit that has excellent fit almost everywhere, with the wing joins being the notable exception. The kit is not without other issues, however. The exhaust nozzles are molded in the straight position which would only be correct for a powered up machine, not drooped at rest. The stinger tail has flare boxes on the top, which is only correct for the prototypes and early production aircraft. Luckily for me, I wanted to do an early production Eggplant Gray aircraft so the stinger tail is correct OOB for my build. If one wants to do a current in-service aircraft, this would not be correct. Aftermarket used were the AMUR Reaver thrust vectoring nozzle to fix the droop issue, and Begemot Decals. The Begemot Decal sheet includes all the needed stencils for both the aircraft and weapons. The weapons are all OOB, and they are very nice, although I am no expert on the real ones, so I cannot comment on accuracy. But they look pretty accurate to me. I think this kit includes pretty much every Russian missile, bomb, and rocket pod currently in use. This will be a nice addition to my weapons bin ( The KH Fitter was the same way, so I am set with Russian Ordnance for a while!) I used copper wire for the static wicks, some thin scrap parts for the 4 straight probes near the nose cone, and a piece of scrap clear sprue to simulate the interior of the IRST. So, one of the things I really wanted to concentrate on this build was the metalwork. The real aircraft have an amazing array of colors from the heat-stressed titanium, and I am quite pleased with how that turned out. It does look a bit exaggerated in some pics, but in person the look is about perfect. The AMUR Nozzles are quite nice and are easy to remove from casting blocks, clean up, paint, and assemble. Very happy with these. I really enjoyed building this kit, and recommend it to everyone. I know the GWH Su-35 is coming, and I will be getting that one as well to do a blue camo in-service jet. But for someone wanting to do the splinter camo prototype or an early batch Eggplant jet, I would say get this kit. Hope you enjoy! Kit: 1/48 Kitty Hawk Su-35S Flanker-E Decals: Begemot 48-039 Su-35 "New Generation of the Flanker" Aftermarket: A.M.U.R. Reaver Thrust Vectoring Nozzles Paints: Gunze Mr. Surfacer Gray 1200 (main aircraft primer base) and Mr. Surfacer Black 1500, Akan Sukhoi Cockpit Blue-Gray, Mr Paint MRP-205 Eggplant Dark Gray, MRP-196 Light Blue, and MRP-032 Green for Wheels, Gunze Aqueous H305 Gunship Gray and H308 FS FS36375 Light Ghost Gray , Tamiya Rubber Black, Clear Blue, and Clear Yellow, Gunze Mr Color GX2 Gloss Black (gloss black primer for metalwork) and Alclad II Hot Metal Violet, Airframe Aluminum, Gold Titanium, and Jet Exhaust. Future Gloss coat for decals and Future+Tamiya XF-21 Flat Base 10:1 ratio for final matte coat. Mig Ammo Medium and Deep Gray panel washes.
  3. After the Su-34 "Fullback", Kitty Hawk is to release a 1/48th Sukhoi Su-35 "Flanker-E" kit - ref. KH80142 Source: http://www.kittyhawkmodel.com/copy-of-kh80141 V.P.
  4. Hi Guys, I am advancing in building my 1/48 Kittyhawk SU-35 which I am planning to make as the SU-35S bort number 902 with the nice splinter camo. I am trying to find as many photo references as possible though but I found my self only with a handful of them. I studied the instructions kittyhawk provide with the kit for the painting and I can see some issues there. I am not talking about the colours as these I think are not the correct ones, but it is generally about the scheme. I see for example that the Nose colour on the real plane has a different pattern than kittyhawk, etc etc. I search all over the net and I could only find a few pictures, and in case you have some more that would be very much appreciated. see below some of my progress on the exhausts. I had to cut the tubes provided with the kit in order to give the correct angle for the resin nozzles Kittyhawk provides as otherwise, there is a huge step inside the exhaust tube. 7_04_09_813 by Chrysostomos Deliyiannis, on Flickr 10454358t3 by Chrysostomos Deliyiannis, on Flickr 20180206_211939 by Chrysostomos Deliyiannis, on Flickr 20180206_211948 by Chrysostomos Deliyiannis, on Flickr Not yet finished but this is the first step in painting the exhausts 20180212_125922 by Chrysostomos Deliyiannis, on Flickr 20180212_125933 by Chrysostomos Deliyiannis, on Flickr
  5. Hi all! So I have been working on the new Kitty Hawk Su-35S and thought I would share my build experience here since I have not seen any others being built elsewhere. I know the GWH Su-35 is coming, but this really looks like a nice kit, and is correct for the version I want to build. I will be getting a GWH Su-35 though, it looks really awesome too, and build a Syrian service jet some day. I plan on doing the Eggplant first production batch, so this kit is correct with the stinger configuration. I am also using the A.M.U.R. Reaver exhaust nozzles, which are fantastic. Also will be using Begemot Decals. So here we go!
  6. while scrolling down on FB i stumble on an info that UAE was to buy Su-35S in interim of a next gen MiG-29 that would be developed jointly by UAE (joining the Russian knowledge with UAE money i guess) i was a bit doubtful, as i tough that UAE was one of USA allies in the M.E. and thus would stay with US hardware... the source might also being questionable, so i did some more search, and it seems that it could be legit info... link bloomberg link defense-blog link National interest what you guys think of this?
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