Back in 2008 I wrote some notation's on several of my photos, which will relate some information concerning what I did to the model. The "Ukraine" had a flight demonstration team similar to our "Thunderbirds & Blue Angels" here in U.S.A.
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A Mig-29SMT from trumpeter in 1/72 scale. I had built this model a while back. Now I decided to put this on a base, thus the Snow Diorama. This was my first time doing a diorama, its a small one where I just had to build a [...]
SMT version of MiG-29 features many improvements over the two basic variants 9.12 and 9.13 including HOTAS, modernized cockpit, multirole weapons capability, larger range with additional fuel tank in the enlarged hump behind the cockpit and mo[...]
I finished this one a few weeks ago for a 4th Generation Fighters GB. It's Monogram's MiG-29 that I acquired from a friend clearing out his stash. It's a pretty old model and the decals were fairly yellowed and I wanted to do som[...]
1/72 Fujimi boxing of Italeri kit, Hasegawa decals, finished in Tamiya and MM enamels custom mix with Pledge over decals, started in 2015, finished for the MiG group build, more details and pic's there.
Hi to all, this is my last job my Mig29m: I imagined this fighter during the first flight tests, without signs and without camouflage, but only with the premier of the factory.
Some parts are self-built like the engine, the avionic compartment a[...]
As usual, I like to build planes with a story. This model represents the first Mig presented in an AirShow: Farnborough in 1988. It was the first time the Ocident saw the Fulcrum, so it was a big event :-) I leave on photo from it, too.
Recent addition to my collection of East German Air Force jets is their last fighter jet MiG-29A, which was commissioned on spring 1988. This particular airframe is the only one ever pictured with air to air weaponry within the LSK-NVA service. [...]
My collection of RuAF, all kits by Zvezda in 1/72 scale.