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PostPosted: October 29th, 2016, 7:55 pm 
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Hello!
Long time since I wrote posts here. I continue to build kits, together with this, idea of production of decals has taken real shape.
Now I printing first items on laser printer, however, I have projects for printing by screen printing.

So, first was 1/72 decal for RF-4B.
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And yesterday I finished with 1/144 "V-Bombers in Anti-flash white"
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Decal include next markings:
  • Vickers Valiant B(K)Mk.1 XD818, No.49 Squadron. Operation Grapple. First drop Hydrogen Bomb. Malden Island, South Pacific, 15 May 1957.
  • Vickers Valiant B.1 WZ401, No.207 Squadron. RAF Marham, flown by W/Cdr A D Richard, AFC. November 1963.
  • Avro Vulcan B.2 XH562, No.35 Squadron. RAF, 1962.
  • Avro Vulcan B.2 XM570, No.27 Squadron. RAF Scampton, 1963.
  • Handley Page Victor B.Mk.2 XL158, No.139 Squadron. RAF Wittering, early 1960s.
  • Handley Page Victor B.Mk.2 XM715, No.100 Squadron. RAF Wittering, April 1963.
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Some aircraft is early type.
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I'll be glad to constructive criticism and your advice.
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PostPosted: October 29th, 2016, 10:36 pm 
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They look great, Oleg. I like your choices of V-bombers! Good luck with them.

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PostPosted: October 29th, 2016, 10:41 pm 
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Thank you David!


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They look really good; I hope you are successful with them

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Thanks Iggie! I'm in beginning


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I agree, these look excellent and a great choice of subjects, especially good to see USMC Phantoms as the Corps often loses out to the USN when it comes to decal options for any of the F-4 types. I hope these decals are a success for you Novo.

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Thanks for the kind words Shaun! I have thought about next decals, but sometimes I think it is marginal and for very big fan. For example I have finished files for silkprint decals for a USN plane from Kitty Hawk and Constellation in Green Camo during Vietnam war. This simple decals and here main info in camouflage sceme.


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Great work, I hope they are a big success.

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Hi Folks!
Thanks for kind words once again! I visit forum, read topics, but unfortunately all my time I working above new decals. I hope, that I'll have time for modelling in the end of 2017 and in first half of January. In this year I finished only one kit - 1/72 Wyvern.
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So hand itching to build another kits. Possible with the use of my decals ( I'm - The Modeller, in End of the End ;-) )
My little achievements: last decal for today is "Aussies over the Seas". This for 1/72 kits and will available from end of next week. This is silkscreen printed by Begemot.
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Before this, I released some decals for USN camo aircraft during Vietnam war era, 1/72 and 1/48 sets.
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Two 1/72 sets for Jolly Rogers squadrons aircraft, from WW2 to present Time.
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And making update to 1/48 my first RF-4B decal. Probably will printing once one set in 1/72 and 1/48 before New Year - this for famous British aircrafts in actors amplua.
Thank you for "Novokits" still listed here as an "active participant." I hope to build a new kits in your company.
Sorry for my (as always) "excellent" English.
Oleg, ̶C̶h̶i̶c̶a̶g̶o̶ ̶T̶r̶a̶n̶s̶p̶o̶r̶t̶ ̶A̶d̶m̶i̶n̶i̶s̶t̶r̶a̶t̶i̶o̶n̶ "Cut then Add".


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Well tidy mun,as we say in my part of the world.I wish you all the success in the world with your new venture.


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That is an excellent looking Wyvern, Oleg as indeed are your latest decal sheets. Top work all round 8-)

Your English is fine, Oleg and is certainly better than my non-existent Russian!

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Those sheets look really stunning. Keep us posted.


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Congratulations on your venture, I'm sure it will be quite successful.
Not only do the sheets look to be good quality, that is quite a mix of subjects.

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You have been very busy, Oleg! Very nice work here. And the Wyvern looks amazing.

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Thanks for a kind words Guys! (and for Ideas also)
I apart from anything else, I want to mention Snorry - He was very helpful. Sea Otter and the Gannet - his research and development.


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