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My last finished kits, an old Hasegawa Mig 23

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a Mig 19 Master Craft.

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and a Junkers J1 Eduard

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Excellent work, Giuseppe, those are three wonderful models 8-)

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Stunning work going on here. I really like that MiG-19 in NMF, great result.

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Stunning builds - Nice work!

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Cracking work on all three; top job!

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Very nice work. I like that MiG-19 especially. So, is that a re-boxed KP kit? If so it looks miles better than the one I cobbled together yonks ago, and makes me want to dig out the other one I have (the Bilek one not being quite so fine).......

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gnomemeansgnome wrote:
Very nice work. I like that MiG-19 especially. So, is that a re-boxed KP kit? If so it looks miles better than the one I cobbled together yonks ago, and makes me want to dig out the other one I have (the Bilek one not being quite so fine).......


also this is quite "crude" I have used a lot of cyano mixed with talc to fix a lot of gap, and someone escape to me....

is really cheap, less than 3 pounds but you have how much you pay...

I have made some years ago the KP, and hope to never build another..

Have also the Bilek to build in future.


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With september I have started another Jap, an army bomber, this one:

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I think that a lot of collectors would like to kill me, but my opinion about kits is simple, they have to be built, not stay colosed in one box.

Yes this is the mytical Takara/Revell Mitsubishi ki-21 Sally, and yes I have also the a bit less famous MPM kit, here for a comparison

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Why both here? because I have to made for some Sally's detail the same that was made to the Dolly sheep.. :mrgreen:

The MPM resin parts fit very well to the Revell Kit

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so I can improve the Revell kit and build both.

the Revell kit is very nice but a bit incorrect in front to the MPM.
Wing and tail are dimensionally not the best, but my intent is to keep the model intact, adding just something to the interior.

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the bomb bay is without details; here some plastic strip will do the difference.


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The Sally is an interesting choice, Giuseppe and already you are making good progress with it. The colour scheme on the box art looks challenging!

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Wow! Lovely work!
Those MiGs look great. I am having a lot of trouble airbrushing a similar camo scheme on my IAF MiG-27. Currently on the shelf of doom!

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They do look very good, and that is a great start on the Ki-21 as well.

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Some of these Japanese schemes look to be more challenging than German camouflage :grin:

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Great work with the two Migs, you have really brought the 19 up really well.


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some big trouble with the Sally: landing gear to be moved for every variant , engines to be changed for MK 1....I think I'll made the mk 2....

Meantime:

Boeing P-26 Peashooter Canton air force 1937 Revell 1/72

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That is a great looking Peashooter. The old Revell kit scrubs up well in your hands. And I am in full agrrement about the MiGs; in particular the Syrian Farmer.

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