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That P-26 is gorgeous.
Looks like a bigger model than 1/72!

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The Sally project results a bit frustrating. All my wishes are stopped in front of the reality.
She is a ki-21 II and nothing could transform in one ki 21 I...
So I build her as a ki 21 II.

I made some improvement inside the fuselage, but a very difficoult work is waiting me with the landing gear.

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Never says Never....

yesterday night surfing on internet:

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Ok, it's to late for her, they want a Leg in change, but....I have also the MPM kit ...we are near christmass time....why not....I can put it in a pocket to pass the check point "Lady"....IT CAN BE DONE!!!!


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Saturday a model show in Lubljiana, sunday some boring progress

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That's a lot of masking!! Looking good so far!

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Really nice detailing.

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Really nice work. Your attention to the details is inspiring 8-)

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Excellent work indeed, Giuseppe, you show great attention to detail.

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Here we are...

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Holy cow! Amazing work on the Sally; especially your scratchbuilt landing gear legs. Those look really nice.

Looking at this, I'm also shocked that there is only that little MG under the second canopy. I always assumed there would be a lot more going on back there. Maybe a 20 mm cannon or something.

I suppose Japanese bombers weren't famous for being well defended. :)


I'm very eager to see the final steps on this.


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Excellent work; one day I'll get brave and try spraying my own markings.....one day!

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Softscience wrote:
Holy cow! Amazing work on the Sally; especially your scratchbuilt landing gear legs. Those look really nice.

Looking at this, I'm also shocked that there is only that little MG under the second canopy. I always assumed there would be a lot more going on back there. Maybe a 20 mm cannon or something.

I suppose Japanese bombers weren't famous for being well defended. :)


I'm very eager to see the final steps on this.


a 20 mm cannon was placed in the tail cone ;-)

and other 5 7.7 mm was placed here and there


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Hobby Boss an easy and relaxing P-47 Razorback; China Shangai 1945, probably used more against Mao then the Nippo.

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Very nice Jug that!

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Now that is excellent! The nmf is really good

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The P-47 looks amazing. Interesting looking belly tank, too. And that Ki-21 is becoming a work of art. Well done, sir.

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