MiG-15 Bis Fagot

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by artekd, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. artekd

    artekd New Member

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    Hi, let me introduce 1/33 scale model of MiG

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  2. zathros

    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator Moderator

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    Very well made. I am impressed how you put the Cockpit Glass framing on the inside and outside. The landing fear, inside surfaces of flaps, the air brake Hydraulic actuators, extreme detail. The intake, and the extremely blended surfaces, and detail make this a top tier model. An exceptional build. Welcome to Zealot, we look forward to more pics and build threads. Maybe you can share your technique with us? :)
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  3. dirkpitt289

    dirkpitt289 New Member

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    That is BRILLIANT!!!
  4. micahrogers

    micahrogers ...And the Wife...

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    What Z said... If one didn't know it was paper....
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    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator Moderator

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    That looks FANTASTIC!!!
  6. bigpetr

    bigpetr Designer/Master Modeler

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    What a fine work! thumbsup
  7. Cybergrinder

    Cybergrinder Member Extraordinaire

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    Brilliant build!
  8. artekd

    artekd New Member

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    Thank you all. This is the model of the Hobby Model publishing. It's a bit difficult. Before cutting out all the sheets I covered with clear varnish. The cab frame is glued using double-sided tape. No glue. Small holes in aerodynamic brakes under the wings were made by a biopsy punch. The wheels are from resin. Retouch is made with Promarker type pens. The figurine of the Soviet pilot and mechanics are from www.paulestudios.com and are also made of paper. All sheets were covered
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