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Very nice work so far Marek; the paint looks to have gone on very nicely indeed!


+1 from me, Marek, that is a lovely smooth looking paint job.

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Very smart-looking armored car.
Very subtle paint job!

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Thank You guys!

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Quick update. I have not updated my workbench thread for a while. Doing models, just not able to spend much time on updating. AML 60 was finished, I will be posting it up soon. Workbench is now split between 1/72 Haegawa Skyraider, Arma TS-11 Iskra, MPM Meteor FR Mk.9, 1/48 Trumpeter Attacker and 1/72 Azur Breguet 1050 Alize.

Hase's Skyraider is closest to completion. It needs to be done by Saturday for my local IPMS club's 'Shelf Queen' build.

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More updates soon, promise and word of the scout :)

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Very nice work on that Skyraider, Marek. It looks awesome.

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Yep, totally agree with gnome; that Skyraider is looking very smart indeed

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That Skyraider looks great! Why was it a shelf queen?

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Agree with David; that's way nice. Better than. Any of my shelf queens. szarek ;)


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That Skyraider looks great! Why was it a shelf queen?

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Due to Hasegawa's policy of providing the least desirable (if any) weapon loads with kits, I had to source some 'bang thingies' Mk81 for it. Between deciding to part with 10 bucks for 6 resin pieces and them actually arriving at my workbench, I have gotten into new projects. The kit itself is beautiful, no vices with it.

Update on the busy bench:

1/72 MPM Meteor FR9 in 'Suez Canal' markings has blue nose on and orange panels done. I made mistake of putting orange straight onto black primer, boy, I lost count on airbrush passes needed to build it up to a reasonable level.
1/72 Arma TS-11 Iskra has major painting done, ready for decals.
1/48 Attacker is almost out of paint shop, still some touchups to do on demarkation lines.

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Nice work on all three Marek; I'm looking forward to seeing how the Meteor turns out as (for me) Suez markings were some of the best ever for aircraft to wear!

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Wonderful projects! Looking great!

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Wonderful projects, Marek. Especially to ‘raider.

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Very cool! All three of them.


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Well tidy models,especially the Spad.
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