1/72 Amodel, I modified and replaced a few things, finished in Revell, MM and Humbrol enamels with Future and Matt Cote over kit decals.
Hello, dear colleagues!
I want to share my joy with you. Almost 7 months of work on the model ended with the result visible in these photos.
There ere many improvements made to the basic kit.
This includes: salon, cockpit, and th[...]
Hello, dear modelers!
I bear on your court the work. An-26 - Russian military transport aircraft. Scale 1/72 (Amodel). Objective was to construct ' done some flying ' a board with traces of operation. But without fanaticism. It has turned out or[...]
K-5 - Soviet passenger plane, designed in 1929 in the design office Kalinin. Series production from 1930 in Kharkov. The aircraft with engines manufactured M-15, M-22, M-17. It used until 1943. Total built 260 aircraft.
Self-made screw, glass c[...]
A project that I was working a few months ago. A-Model, short run, terrible for assembly.
I hope you like it;)
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I've been working on this Siga/Amodel/Mach 2 kit bash for some time, finally got it finished. Quite a bit of scratch building done as well. CanMilAir decals.
Hello! Represented his a fresh model, Nieuport-11 from the company Amodel. Not a very good cast, but decent the copy. Color option is selected a typical airplane construction plant Dux, about 1916.
Big kit of a big airplane. I received a kit from friend, built already. I dissasembled it and cleaned it of old paint, then reassembled and added few details. Painted with automotive paints in a new Serbian AF livery, decals again from Lift Here.
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[...]
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[...]