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Old 02-21-2021, 06:25 PM
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Hello Pericles,
when you mention:
My special Projects:

1. Potez 25 Repaints / Mods and Add Ons - in preparation


do you intend to include:
Potez Po 25 A2 “Avion Grec" with the Hispano Suiza 12GB engine?

I had purchased a Paraguan Potez 25 from Bruno years ago with that repaint and mod in mind, but haven't got around doing it yet...
Hello Stormeagle! Yes I intent, first I make some improve in basis Potez 25TOE, but my intent in the future is refine the actual Bruno versions, and make Potez A2/B2 (with Mercury, Lorraine and Hispano Suiza engines), if you have any information of Greek model please send me
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Old 02-21-2021, 06:33 PM
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Cool Resuming of F-14 Build

Well friends!

It is time to resume construction of the F-14, which had been stopped since November last year. The parts built in this section were the tail, the stabilizers and the wings, the constructions are simple, the care is really with the alignment. As the model is going to compose a small vignette, I opted for the representation in maximum flare, since I did not provide any system to move the wings, the gluing was slow and always paying attention to the alignments.















The model now looks like an F-14, but construction is still far from complete as there are still many details to be done.















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Old 02-21-2021, 07:01 PM
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Cool Nieuport Delage NiD 622/72 repaint and adding details.

As I said a few posts ago this year, I have realigned my permanent construction goals regarding the Scissors and Planes collection.

First, I added three details that didn't exist in the NiD622 version: the radiators, the electricity generator and the access ladder. In one of the models I added the missing details in the model like the squadron insignia and the data on weight and engine in addition to the production number.





I am also working on the Nieuport Delage NiD 72, it is an entirely metallic version of the NiD62 / 622, only Belgium and Brazil operated it in small quantities. In Brazil, it was used in combat in the two revolutions that stirred Brazil in 1930 and 1932. In this model we also manufacture radiators (which in the NiD72 are under the lower wings). Of the Brazilian specimens used by Military Aviation (AvM - Aviação Militar), one draws attention for having the painting in gray / aluminum with the struts and the upper wing in green. This characteristic was fixed in the original version of Bruno because many French publications suggested that the coloring of the wing was sky blue, but in fact from extensive research by the Brazilian aeronautical researchers Aparecido Camazano Alamido, Jackson Flores and José de Alvarenga, crossing information and photographs it was concluded that in reality the wings were painted in dark French green (vert ermillite - emerald green), other versions of the Brazilian NiD-72 should appear soon.



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Old 02-21-2021, 07:37 PM
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Cool Brazilian Army Aviation of 20's (1)

This weekend I repainted several airplanes that were operated in the early years of Brazilian military aviation, especially when the French military mission arrived in 1919.

The first is a non-French aircraft, the Sopwith 1A2 Strutter, which was interestingly not used as a bomber in Brazil but as a training aircraft.

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Old 02-21-2021, 07:44 PM
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Cool Brazilian Army Aviation of 20's (2) Nieuport Two Seaters Family

The next planes are trainers derived from the Nieuport 10 and 12, the first is the Nieuport 83 a two-seat version derived from the Nieuport 10 and the Nieuport 80/81 derived from the model 12, both were identical externally, with the Nieuport 80 having controls in just one cockpit and the Nieuport 81 in both.



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Old 02-21-2021, 07:48 PM
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Cool Brazilian Army Aviation of 20's (3) Nieuport 21E1

Naturally, we also made a kitbash to produce the Nieuport 21 also used in Brazil as a trainer and scout. Originally the Nie 21 was designed as a light fighter, using the Nieuport 11's fuselage and its engine and the Nieuport 17's wings, we combined two Bruno models to produce the Nie 21, other repaints of this version should appear besides the Brazilian one.

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Old 02-21-2021, 07:55 PM
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Cool Brazilian Army Aviation of 20's (4) SPAD 7

Completing the aircraft of the French military mission in Brazil (Breguet 14 was not necessary to repaint because Bruno has it in the catalog with Brazilian colors) was the SPAD 7 in three colors. For a long time there was a conflict of information about the type of SPAD that had been used in Brazil since the Brazilian documentation at the time indicated simply as "SPAD plane", for a long time several Brazilian and foreign publications thought that Brazil operated SPAD 13 , but meticulous analysis and some photo restorations in recent years indicate that Brazil actually operated the SPAD 7 that together with Nieuport 24 formed the genesis of Brazilian fighter.



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Old 02-21-2021, 08:09 PM
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Cool Fleet Model 7 repaint

Again a repainting thinking about the history of Brazilian aviation. This time the only Fleet Model 7 operated in Brazil, this plane came with a US license registry operated by Leigh Wale, a US aviator who became famous for making one of the circumnavigation flights in the World in 1924 and who was a sales agent for Consolidated (which manufactured the Fleet as PT-6A), the idea was to try to sell this plane to the Brazilian Navy or Army in 1931. After not being successful with this endeavor he donated the aircraft to Military Aviation, little is known about its destination and if in fact it gained a military registry, however it was donated by the government years later to the Aeroclube de Fortaleza (Fortaleza Airclub) for make a civilian primary trainer.

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Cool Curtiss P-1D "Hawk"

The last repaint that I show today is the first Hawk (Curtiss P-1D) this is a simple repaint that improves the version of Bruno that has very generic markings. I believe that this model will soon be available as well as the others at Ecardmodels.

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Old 02-27-2021, 09:58 PM
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After a short interval we resumed the construction of the Hellenic Air Force Sabredog, after the fuselage was built, the model no longer presented any construction difficulties, being completed in a few hours between Friday and Saturday.











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