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Antonov-32B, 1/72, Amodel

Hello to all forum users!

Recently graduated another model plane Antonov-32B. This is a copy of the Board of the government of Equatorial Guinea. Set from the company Amodel. Many of you are familiar with this firm. Who does not know, I will say that the quality is bad. But if you want to build a model you can.

Of additional work we can highlight the following:
– screws installed on their metal axes have replaced all the sensors on metal,
– wheels from the company Armory.
Painted with Gunze paint, varnish, Futura. Playground made of plywood, a layer of putty and cut lines for the plates. All this painted, made oil stains.

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11 responses to Antonov-32B, 1/72, Amodel

  1. Another stunner Dmitry….nice work, sir.

  2. I have to say – that scheme is quite garish – but it is another excellent model! Love the weathering work. Well done.

  3. Very sharp work!

  4. Highly unusual kit but stunning nonetheless!! That camouflage scheme sure captures attention, and it’s superbly painted, as are the details we can see in the photos. Great work overall Dmitry, thumbs up!

  5. nice model and plane

  6. 🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
    I just logged in and wow! … this one really caught my attention.
    The color scheme makes it stand out, the model as per your words ” the quality is bad “.
    If so … you have done a nice job in total. A true rare one too see and a very nice job Dmitry.

  7. Dear colleagues, thank you all for your attention to the model and for your comments.

  8. I took the liberty of watching several youtube videos of another chap who built this kit and its not for the faint of heart. Lots of warping and miss matched parts that need careful gluing and sanding. With a lot of putting of seams.

    Congratulations Dmitry, you’ve done more than put lipstick on a pig. Your build really ups the bar on taking a mediocre kit and making into a show stopper.

    Two thumbs up.

  9. Great work on that Colour Scheme Dmitry – I think that you replicated it perfectly!

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