There’s hardly anything more to be said about the MiG-21. And the same goes for the excellent line of Eduard kits in 1:72. So let’s talk a little bit about the Azerbaijani MiG-21s.
I have found about this, rather obscure subject, when browsing [...]
I't s a nice sunny hot Thursday morning flying up the California coast to NAS Bremerton, Washington. Just left Moffet topping off the tanks for the final leg of the flight. Pilot, Lt Luis "Ball" Saenz,co-pilot Lt Cdr "Doc" Severson, myself[...]
Bonjour chers iModelers,
Please find my rendition of the MiG-21F-13 from Trumpeter at 1/48 scale. The F-13 is my favorite version of the MiG-21, very sharp.
Finish metal has been realized with Vallejo Metal Color paints with an undercoat of Mr[...]
This build is the Eduard MIG-21PFM. I used the kit decals for the Polish Air Force MIG from 1996. It was a fun kit to build and it is built right out of the box. The ProfiPack comes with the photo etch accessory for the cockpit and exhaust can. [...]
My third MiG-21 by Eduard, this one is their last Profipack edition.
Painted freehand with Mr.Paint lacquer paints.
Like the Iraqi Su-7 this was built in 2016 too.
Trumpeter kit with Aztec decals, initially wanted to use the Pavla SK-1 seat but it didn´t fit well (was also too short) so my dad used the kit seat, only stole the seatbelts from an Eduard kit. Ad[...]
When the Iraqi Air Force settled on acquiring the MiG-23 to fulfill the air combat role supplementing the MiG-21. They also were evaluating the MiG-27 for the close support role as well. With the Su-22 and Su-25 also being evaluated in t[...]
This is my contribution to the MiG Group Build that Sebastijan Videc was so kind to start and moderate. It’s an early Trumpeter kit from around 2004 that’s been in my stash since at least 2009. It’s a solid kit that assembled well. Apparentl[...]
This time I wanted to show you something I did some time ago.
Within the model I prefer the military vehicles in 1/35, but every now and then I make a plane in 1/48.
In this case I bring you a MIG-21 Bis by Eduard, 1/48, with Had Models decals.[...]
There's not much point discussing Eduard's 1:72 line of MiG-21s - excellent kits, decently priced and with overwhelming details. The only thing I did to improve the looks, was to sand the intake ring from the inside, which gives a much more accu[...]