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This is the profipack, loaded with pe, paint masks and decal options. Tough little bugger as a kit but worth the effort in the end – it’s a looker too!
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Craig Abrahamson said on January 16, 2015
Eduard usually produces a good kit….and you’ve done a good job with this one.
Murad Özer said on January 16, 2015
Thank you Craig. My experience with Eduard’s kit had been always so-so especially with the fit to the point of saying meeh – but the added value of the profipack editions usually makes me shut up, sit down and build up!
bob mack said on January 18, 2015
nice model…the profitpack is a great deal…they can be a challenge
Lukasz Sowa said on January 16, 2015
This is something I’d love to see live. The build is great and I really like the cabin interior. And the stand, quite unusual, can you share how you made it?
Lukasz it’s the benefit of the profipack, the ip and a lot of the details in the cockpit are already painted photoetch parts. except fixing them into place with pronto floor wax and some light drybrushing and oil washes here and there to pop the dials a bit more there isn’t anything else i did.
Oh, I’ve never built anything from Eduard, but earlier today I visited the local store to get Tamiya’s Zeke and Eduard’s Bf-110 drew my attention, a seller presented it to me and it was the profipack including some photoetched and resin parts – sooo impressive and the quality amazed me. Probably will go for Eduard next time. One more technical question 🙂 Are the patterns on wheel guards decals or painted? And BTW your cabin deserves some closer shots 🙂
Murad Özer said on January 17, 2015
profipacks can be pricey but the added value (IF you are after those detail sets that is!) makes them worthwhile.
wheelguards were decals, not very good and a bit outta register i must say unfortunately.
as for the cockpit shots i agree but my current lighting setup and the camera don’t agree with each other for that kind of close up shots…
Morne Meyer said on January 16, 2015
A very good job on this one Murad. Well done!!!
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on January 16, 2015
Murad: She’s a beauty, isn’t she? Supposedly, one of them shot down the last aircraft a biplane did, during the Czech National Rising.
Evolutionary end of the biplanes, like Heinkel 51, Gloster Gladiator, Grumman F3F-3, Caproni CR42, Henshel 123.
Good to see one built,and well done.
George Williams said on January 17, 2015
Nice one, Murad, like you said, she’s a looker. How did you make the base by the way?
George the bulk of the base is regular paper and model kit cardboard hardened with paper glue and pva. Once things were dry enough i smeared plaster around the trim then painted with oil paints.
Groundwork is carbonate, pva, woodshavings from the local carpenter and water. Paint and weathering multiple stages of acrylics oils and pigments.
Morne and Bernard, thank you very much.
Rob Pollock said on January 17, 2015
A great looking build. I like the national markings against the green, and the attention to the ribs, showing them with the lighter colour beneath the fabric rather than just a flat green finish overall.
P.k said on January 17, 2015
i’m like Eduard Avia 1/48 have both versions in stash.
now I’m saving for € 1/72.
Simon Whitney said on January 17, 2015
Great work Murad, I like the finish and the base sets it off quite nicely.
Well done sir.
Tom Cleaver said on January 17, 2015
Really nice work on what i know isn’t Eduard’s easiest kit. I like the weathering on the paint, and that the chipping was so minimal, since pre-war those airplanes were all pretty well-maintained. Highly realistic result.
AL HOFFMAN said on January 18, 2015
Looks the part Murad. The base really compliments the aircraft.
Michael Booth said on January 24, 2015
Nice kit Murad – detail looks nice
Ian Shaw said on April 22, 2020
Gorgeous model, I have one of these to build too as Josef Frantisek’s aircraft, could you please tell me what colour green you used for the upper surfaces please?
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