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151a Squadriglia, 20° Gruppo Autonomo C. T., Sidi Razegh, november 1941.
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David Mills said on May 8, 2019
This looks superb Bogdan !
What are these SBS kits like to build?
Bogdan Ionete said on May 8, 2019
It was my first resin kit. Not too easy, not too hard to put all the pieces together.
I'm quite sure that I will build another one, Finnish this time.
Bill Weckel said on May 8, 2019
Great build and a very nice presentation. Can you share how you did the graphics on the display base? I'd like to do something similar for my current project. I'm a trained graphic designer but I haven't settled on a method to translate my design to a wooden base.
The base was realized by one of my friends, Ovidiu Cupse. I really don't know what program he use to design his wooden bases.
I will ask him about it.
bob mack said on May 8, 2019
nicely executed camo clouds...that's not easy
Bogdan Ionete said on May 9, 2019
Not so difficult after all.
Just need to practice.
Bill Koppos said on May 8, 2019
Beauty! Nicely done splotches in small scale. looks like a nice kit. I am one of the few that thinks the G-50 is good looking. Ciao.
It's an ugly one! 😁😂😁
Laurence kemling said on May 8, 2019
Beautifully done model,wasn’t aware they did
Model aircraft in resin kits. 2 thumbs up!
Craig Abrahamson said on May 8, 2019
I agree with the masses - nicely presented and an exceptional job in that scale as well.
Allan J Withers said on May 9, 2019
Looks good Bogdan.
Peter Klin said on May 9, 2019
Makes me want to try a resin model, too...
Don't wait to long!
Peter Ibes said on May 9, 2019
Great looking G50, SBS really is the best when it comes to resin kits!
dale travis said on May 9, 2019
Very nice! I hope SBS does this in 1/48.
Gábor Szabó said on May 9, 2019
Great great great! Beautifully build and finished! I like Your painting work. I built this kit twice so far (and I have two more in my stash). It's a cleverly engineered kit but with a bit difficult breakdon because of the lot of options.
Putting the engine in the right spot it's a little bit tricky. I've had to replace the original propeller with one from a CR. 42 because the blades were curved.
I'm thinking of a Finnish one now!
Paul Barber said on May 11, 2019
Cracking work, Bogdan! Absolutely stunning - I have been back and looked at this a lot. Should be winning prizes with this !
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