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TS-11 Iskra, Arma Hobby 1/72

Hello everyone.

This beauty is ready for inspection. The producer is Arma Hobby (short run). I used Tamiya colors and Gunze varnish.

Cheers mates,

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15 responses to TS-11 Iskra, Arma Hobby 1/72

  1. Fine work on this to me up to now unknown Jet. And you’re right it’s a beauty!

  2. Hello Mladen,
    Beautiful sleek aircraft. Sharp in finish and color. Just like Hans mentioned, not very common AC. Going to look it up.
    Regards, Dirk.

  3. Very nice, Mladen! I’ll be number three about complimenting you for a great model of an unknown aircraft to me.


  4. Very well done! Congratulations!

  5. Never seen one of those before….but I like it! Nice work.

  6. Hello,

    Great work on this little plane, congratulations for this result 🙂


  7. Excellent! I’ve got a kit of this – I think Special Hobby – and I like the scheme you selected, as it really sets off the lines of the aircraft more so than the darker or camo version that is on the box art of mine!

  8. I met this aircraft in Poland Air Force Museum, in Cracovia last year, and it’s a surprise see it here. Amazing job.

  9. Great job Mladen – great to see this built and Arma Hobby getting some support! Excellent finish and subtly done paint job!

    For those that don’t know, Arma Hobby is a growing company in Warszawa in Poland – it holds some significant aftermarket kit and supplies, and has produced short run full kits, like this one, of Polish aviation and other less well known planes. Well worth a look if you would like something less often seen on your work-bench!

  10. The “flaps down” configuration adds a lot to the realism, Mladen did a good job, and Arma Hobby did a good job, too.
    I have a “Master Craft” kit of the same airplane (actually the version of the Polish acrobatic team), but it is far less detailed as this one of the “Arma Hobby”.

  11. Hello everyone 🙂

    I’m glad you like my work. Model is not bad for assembling. In a couple places you have to pay attention (PE set and cabinet cover) but in the end you get a nice model.

    Cheers mates,

  12. Very neat work there, Mladen. I like the use of the word “mates”, maybe we should use this word instead of “friends” here on iModeler………

  13. Excellent job with this Polish Trainer / Light attacker.

    Well done! 🙂

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