Because I created a set Grigorovich M-5, which was written here http://imodeler.com/2016/05/limited-series-resin-172-grigorovich-m-5/, it's time to make a model of Grigorovich M-20.
Essentially boat M 20 - M is a modification of the boat-5, but with the engine Le Rhone. The rest of the visual differences on the little things: the shape and location of the oil tank is mounted under-wing floats, no braces couples.
Painting my model has no historical prototype, and is a collective image of M-20 on skis from the 2nd reconnaissance detachment in Arkhangelsk, markings made by a photo of the M-20 "Russian Paints Aviation Volume 3".
The engine used in resin production SmallStuff
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Egad...that rigging and those accompanying turnbuckles must have accounted for at least 90% of your man-hours in this project. It certainly is a stunner, though...regardless of what scale it is. My hat's off to you, sir.
Ah, well, gee, WOW!
... I am speechless and flabbergasted. Meticulous workmanship and detailing. All materials & details - delicious. I think you have created a quality standard beyond Museum Quality => Pavel Quality!
You have to tell us mere mortals some basic rigging tips? Do I need prescription drugs to loose my nerves & keep my sanity?
Thank you for sharing your beautiful works.
Museum quality for sure.
Very well done Pavel.
Great job Pavel,you certainly didn't drink a lot of coffee when doing the rigging did you? Great work.
You ask about the coffee. This is amazing. Usually people think that Russian drink only vodka. No, I do not drink no coffee, no vodka. I drink black tea.
Amazing - simply amazing...loss for words! And - a boat on skis! Who woulda ever seen that coming!
I can only bow in the presence of excellence!
Pavel, another amazing build. Great work.
1/72 eh? Why don't you try something difficult next time...? ?