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Vlad from Russia.
My interests are aviation, especially WWI.

Polikarpov I-16 type 5 RATA 1/72 Amodel

My newest model. He graduated a couple of hours ago. It is Polikarpov I-16, it belonged unknown Squadron of Spaine Air Forces, San-Bone airbase, Morocco, 1939. After the Civil War all I-16s aircrafts, which earlier belonged to the Spanish Repub[...]

Sopwith-Triplane 1/72 Revell

Old set and very primitive. But in my scale uncontested. Read more: Best regards, Vlad.

Morane L “Black cats” 1/72 Scratch

Present to you another Moran. This time Moran in the service of the Red Army. Photos of the building process here: Best regards, Vlad.


Colleagues, I offer you an unknown aircraft since WWI. I wanted to place it on the first day of this month, but was only able to today. Happy viewing.


My new job in the style of Egg-Plane. Happy viewing. Regards, Vlad.

Eduard 1/72 Fokker Dr.I

Fokker Dr.I 454/17, Ltn. Lothar von Richthofen, Jasta 11, 1918

ТОКО 1:72 Nieuport 11 Bebe

Nieuport pilot 22th corps detachment AG Mikhailova, summer 1918. At the time of construction of the model was the information that the aircraft is painted with aluminum paint. But now it turned out that he was a natural linen color.

Roden 1:72 Fokker D.VII Du doch nicht!

Choosing a prototype for modeling and stopped at one of the best fighters of the First World-Fokker D.VII. With the choice of the pilot did not doubt for a long time, it is Ernst Udet, and of all his sevens spectacularly just looked red fighter [...]

Scrach Antonov An-2 Egg-Plane

Wanted to make a biplane in Soviet painting, serial and bright. The choice is clear, that is the famous "Kukuruznik" An-2. All the more so with the same, only in green color DOSAAF, I had the good fortune to make some jumps. I think the technol[...]

ANTK Tupolev 1/72 ANT-25

Legendary ANT-25 Tupolev, Sukhoi. Transpolar flight June 18-20, 1937. The plane, operated V.I. Chkalov, G.F. Baidukov and A.V. Belyakov, starting in Moscow for the first time in aviation history flew over the North Pole and landed in Portland[...]