Nobi's Baby Migs

Discussion in 'Kit Announcements' started by DeWayne, Jul 21, 2004.

  1. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

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    I now have Nobi's Baby Migs available from my site as a special offer. These are not scale models but are fun builds. These can easily be a one evening build project but I suggest you take more time than I did to get a better result. No edges were dressed and I rushed to get a photo. These are fun!
    http://www.teuton.org/dbarnett
  2. Corporal_Trim

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    Very cool ! Stylized, but certainly captures the essence of MIG. I like it. :)
  3. NOBI

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    Hi DeWayne,

    Your assemble is excellent but some little mistake at engine in tail, it should be inside fuselage not outside :D but still look great ;) i like your assemble, try N.Korea and China :D it is in very good looking when finish too
  4. DeWayne

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    Nobi,
    I did it that way just to exaggerate the exhaust end of it. I am doing the Korean version now and taking my time on this one. The camouflage paint is excellent. Thank you for a fun build. These seem to take on personality as you build.

    Put the F-104 Starfighter in this format and give us something in an unusual livery. Can't wait for more.
    Again, thank you.
    DeWayne
  5. DeWayne

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    One of Nobi's Migs

    Nobi, Here's the North Korean version. Neat little thing but it's in need of a friend. F-86 or maybe a Starfighter :) hint hint.

    DeWayne
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    DeWayne, could you post a pic of the bottom of the plane so that I can see where you placed the landing gear?

    Thanks, Glen
  7. DeWayne

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    Better half has my camera. All I did was line the gear "door" with the edge of the well. Looked good so that's where I stuck it.

    I'm going to try another with an engine from one of Fabrizio's roadsters stuck into the fuselage and maybe a pair of slicks for the wheels. I'm having too much fun with these models. Reminds me of my "Ed Roth" days.