Well, it has finally begun. I started painting this beast. The Germans built less than 40 of these things so there's not a whole lot of variation in colors. Several were captured at the end of the war and taken to the U.S., Britain and I think F[...]
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The Hasegawa kit of the Sukhoi-27 Ukraine air force is one of the most convenient kit of the scheme as they include decal version of the digital camouflage which gives the kit the advantage in terms of reducing time for maskin[...]
I've put the finishing touches to Trumpeter's 1/32nd scale Flanker C over the weekend. I embarked upon this build as I have always loved the twin-seat Flanker and thought it would be a straight-forward build to be getting on with[...]
This is the Eduard limited edition kit in 1/48 scale. The mouldings are originaly from the Academy Flanker C, but Eduard have worked their magic and included various photo etch and resin aftermarket parts, plus a correct nose cone.[...]
My collection of RuAF, all kits by Zvezda in 1/72 scale.
Having bought the original box almost 20 years ago, I never intended to build my flanker out of the box, so during the years the kit box was filled with almost every available aftermarket offering available. And even then I knew that the amount[...]
1/72 Hasegawa, I recessed the etched metal panels, finished in MM enamels with Future and MM FS20000 acrylic over kit decals.
Hello! Here is my Academy 1/48 scale SU-27 Flanker. This kit was purchased for the equivalent of about $20 in the city of Taegu, Republic of Korea back in 1995 (when I thought $40 was a lot to pay for a kit!). I worked on it here and there, l[...]
This is Italeri's 1/72 scale rendition of arguably the deadliest of the Sukhoi design bureau's fabulous Flankers. The side-by-side seating Su-27 variants are radical developments of the original Flanker interceptor. The Su-27 IB, Su-32 FN and Su[...]