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Old 05-09-2020, 07:37 AM
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These models look great !! Very good Carlos and Pablo!
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Today's builds were 2 MiG-29 recolors (Iraq and Iran).

The lack of national insignia above and under the wings is surprising. I finished the iraqi one a few years ago but only finished the colors of its iranian file mate only last week. It actually needs a few tweaks before release.

PR Models' MiG-29 are a breeze to build.
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Are there some sites for these boxy planes?
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Paran & Rawen models in 1:250 can be found at Mikromodels - PRmodels

R&P models also has a lot of recolors of the above and other original models at https://randpmodels.jex.cz/rubriky/models-1-250

My recolors of Paran & Rawen models are here: https://www.maquettes-papier.net/for...hp?f=78&t=8457

Steven75's recolors of Paran & Rawen L39 are here : https://www.maquettes-papier.net/for...hp?f=78&t=8713

Steven75's Mirage 2000 single-seater is here: https://www.maquettes-papier.net/for...p?f=78&t=14023
There's also a MiG-29 recolor.

I haven't released yet the two-seat conversion of his Mirage 2000 (which is different from R&P's conversion to 2000D) nor the iranian and iraqi MiG-29s.

Steven75's F-16C and F-86 Sabre are currently unreleased.
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Thanks Carlos. these are great little models. I think I will try a few.
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Hello Café, do you also include the F-5 with this method? I have archived them for a long time the Spanish and they seem very good to me, although of course they are at 1: 200
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Paran & Rawen models in 1:250 can be found at Mikromodels - PRmodels

R&P models also has a lot of recolors of the above and other original models at https://randpmodels.jex.cz/rubriky/models-1-250

My recolors of Paran & Rawen models are here: https://www.maquettes-papier.net/for...hp?f=78&t=8457

Steven75's recolors of Paran & Rawen L39 are here : https://www.maquettes-papier.net/for...hp?f=78&t=8713

Steven75's Mirage 2000 single-seater is here: https://www.maquettes-papier.net/for...p?f=78&t=14023
There's also a MiG-29 recolor.

I haven't released yet the two-seat conversion of his Mirage 2000 (which is different from R&P's conversion to 2000D) nor the iranian and iraqi MiG-29s.

Steven75's F-16C and F-86 Sabre are currently unreleased.
Thank you Carlos. I must say that in particular the helicopters look very well in boxy style. I have build a few of them an look very cool.
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Very nice Mig couple, great job Carlos.
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Thanks everyone!

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Hello Café, do you also include the F-5 with this method? I have archived them for a long time the Spanish and they seem very good to me, although of course they are at 1: 200
My old F-5A/B/T-38 are here: https://www.maquettes-papier.net/forumenpapier/viewtopic.php?f=78&t=7480 Print them at 80% for 1:250.

I still like the fish-like shape of the finished fuselage with the big fin in the back.

Though I designed them in 1:250, the released version is in 1:200. I'd have to redesign and simplify the whole engine installation from the intakes to the exhaust cans for an easier to build 1:250 version. I didn't even install the exhausts on the only one I built at that scale!

Pablo, my main main issue with R&P models is that they're bitmap. I like their Z-8, Dauphin and Puma (they remind me so much of my old hand-drawn helicopters) but I'd like a Super Frelon, Dauphin and Super Puma/Cougar in french navy colors (and a Caïman).
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I decided to do test-builds of my old (and unreleased) MiG-29 recolors.

I built the 2 blue ones yesterday. They're in the colors of the Swifts demo team of the Soviet and then Russian Air Force. The MiG with the grey spine is from 1991, when they visited the Normandie-Niemen squadron of the french air force. The one with the red spine is from 2001. There were some small coloring mistakes I corrected with a blue marker (and later in Inkscape).

I also built Steven75's recolor today (red + darker blue + bird on the undersides). The livery is much more recent and more attractive.
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