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Old 06-19-2019, 09:44 AM
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Thank you for those, nice.
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Old 06-19-2019, 06:41 PM
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Thanks a lot for these... First I said to myself "too easy". Then I tried to build one and... well it did not go too well. It had curves where there should not be and ended up looking like it flew thru a thick layer of tacky glue. There is a lesson here and I am pretty sure it's related to books somehow but I could never remember what it is... LOL perhaps that is why I keep making the same mistakes over and over.
Good work and excelent model, but You should paint ANX camuflage
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Old 06-19-2019, 07:46 PM
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I am just doing the simple schemes like the BlackWater or the USAF C-41A (to come soon).
Maybe Tony would do the camouflage for Marina and other Latin American planes. Who knows, maybe the masters of recoloring from Canada, France, Greece, Poland, Philippines or Australia would do a recolor ;-)
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Old 06-19-2019, 08:09 PM
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C-41A USAF and C-212 BlackWater

I feel that this is almost cheating.
For the C-41A I only added 4 insignias, 2 Serial No and one radome.
The ex BlackWater is gray with grayer ruder a serial number and that's it.
Hope you like them.

ps of course these are not nearly the quality of Master Bruno but are free and conforming to his scale.
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Old 06-20-2019, 01:06 AM
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Thanks for these wireandpaper. Appreciate you sharing.
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Old 06-20-2019, 05:15 AM
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Thank you Wireandpaper! There sure are a lot of possible liveries!
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Old 06-20-2019, 05:42 AM
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wireandpaper diversity is the name of the game... there is something is this hobby for all ages and all skill level. I love "low quality kits" just as much as "high quality" kits. I build way more "low quality kits than "high quality" kits... It's my thing. I do enjoy building a "high quality" kit once in a while but I am not really a "cockpit man" or a "Wheel Well Dweller" if you catch my drift.

P.S. "low quality" = simple kits with no extreme details like cockpits and wheel wells. I am not using this term in a derogatory way at all.
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Old 06-20-2019, 02:17 PM
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wireandpaper diversity is the name of the game... there is something is this hobby for all ages and all skill level. I love "low quality kits" just as much as "high quality" kits. I build way more "low quality kits than "high quality" kits... It's my thing. I do enjoy building a "high quality" kit once in a while but I am not really a "cockpit man" or a "Wheel Well Dweller" if you catch my drift.

P.S. "low quality" = simple kits with no extreme details like cockpits and wheel wells. I am not using this term in a derogatory way at all.
I better call it "easy planes". Before Bruno gave us his designs and models I build nothing but Messerschmitt 109´s, and just think about this: A Me-109 with over 300 pieces!!! even the ailerons and rudder pedals!!! Then I construct 2 or 3 planes a year; now I have a stash of over 200 planes. Tony.
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Old 06-20-2019, 02:47 PM
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Hay Cafe.. You planning on doing a U, UB or US version of the Mig-21 in the same style as these in Soviet or/and VPAF?

http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/v...ownloadid=3354
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Old 06-20-2019, 05:17 PM
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I've already done the U/US/UM though VPAF 8231 red would be a good candidate for a recolor.

I actually started this series with the JJ-7/FT-7, then did the U/US/UM and later the PF/PFS/PFM/FL and now the R/S/M/SM/MF.

I need to revisit the colors and markings of those old twin-seaters. I did 4 east germans, a RAF what-if in red/white/blue, 2 iraqis (FT-7 and MiG-21UM), 2 pakistani FT-7P (short in desert camo and long in grey camo) a few chinese JJ-7, a soviet UM and apparently a nepali what-if in tractor green.

There have been a few recolors by other people: a bangladeshi FT-7 (long) by Shadman al Samee, a trio of polish MiG-21UM in 1:300 by Matis who also did a romanian and 2 czechs plus a pair of slovak examples.
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