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Old 08-10-2018, 10:03 AM
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Another soviet fighter!! Now I see it=CCCP!!
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Old 08-10-2018, 12:56 PM
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Fabulous, they look very good, you are a construction machine. Now a question, that "dark liquid" that you see in the glass, collaborates to improve or misalign the constructions?

Thank's Sergio!


In fact is chilean wine, for me improve the skills, in summer the dark poison is replace for beer...
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More fine models, fascinated to see the almost Spitfire come towards completion. The dark liquid is surely an aid to concentration. My purpose for similar dark liquids anyway, great with cheese. Yum.

Cheese and Sausage
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Old 08-10-2018, 01:01 PM
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Another soviet fighter!! Now I see it=CCCP!!

I believe until end of year the "soviet series" is finished, so is time to think another S&P marathon on CCCP club.


My serious choice is a english and french planes of 1950's, Bruno made a great series about, I hope he made a Canberra series and Gloster Javelin, improve the Scimitar, Hunter and made a Supermarine Swift (Not a request)...
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Ah, that's the trick to do the wonders you do. Then my skills will never improve, because I only drink water and a lot of mate ja.Interesting projects you have in mind, here we will be waiting
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I've found beer and wine only improve your modelling skills to a certain (early) point. After that you only THINK you're doing a good job.....

I hope you do go ahead with the British & French '50's theme Péricles. A lot of great subjects that Bruno has blessed us with in that department.

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Thank's my friends!

Tonight is time to show atualizations, I finished three builds in early morning, is shwo the first. Supermarine Type 224 "Spitfire, number #807 in Bruno Catalogue.

This odel have a custon details like cylinders head carenage on engine, radio antenna, and some internal reinforcements. I painted the propller blades too. Good addition to my 1930's collection...





The anular escape pipes I made with stiffed paper, and after I painted with grafitti gray.























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The second of the night is a Yakovlev Yak-21, number #1527 on Bruno Catalogue, like others Yak I build the fuselage is very difficult to fit because a semi ovaloid cross section. I build direct from sheet without modifications, the only detail I add is a antenna cables...



















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Finally another MiG-9 for my collection at the time is a UTI variant, not put in production because the efforts in OKB MiG is turn for MiG-15, but like fighter versions many systems and canopy are used in MiG-15UTI... This model is #1542 on Bruno catalogue and i build without any addon except for cable antennas and weight in the nose...















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Those look great, I might have to switch from beer to wine when I build.


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