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  1. destrozas

    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    #1 destrozas, Jun 15, 2016
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    Username: destrozas
    First name: Sergio
    Category: Intermediate
    Scale: 1/72
    Manufacturer: Toko ·113
    Model Type: Bell aircraft P-63C Armée de l'aire
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    art box

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    in the kit are several versions and although from what I've seen are pretty bad the decals because they do not correspond with the planes that represent or missing decals I put profiles coming but I think I means clear what the runs making:


    GC 2/9 "auvegne" vietnam 1951

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    the decals are intended aircraft in Algeria from what I have seen and others are not in the list of bell
     
  2. Wayne Little

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    Intersting, a brand i have not heard of before...
     
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    Great addition.
     
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    Good one, and I haven't seen that brand before either.
     
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    #6 Wurger, Jun 15, 2016
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    The Toko is the Ukrainan firm and known as the Roden now.
     
  7. destrozas

    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    It is a brand that good, to be 90s this mold is very similar to revell molds of 70-80 years but is not cutting, the pieces as fit and as the plastic is very similar ... ..
     
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    torture starting this plane will be more complicated to finish well with methyl leading everywhere.

    the cockpit is very simple and not going to get into it brings make it more, as I doubt that I stay as I would like'm not putting hours of work detailing something after anger at the bottom from the case

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    Here I put why I call it torture

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    this to close the fuselage in the cockpit puts that should be placed 10gr, I make the mold in plastelina area after plaster I make the mold for lead founded the lead (I put 10gr), and only come 6gr so which should be placed in other more lead parts, but the rest of the fuselage has the same problem lace, to close the tail well have to rescar inside so it is not me 2mm protruding from the other middle, manufacturers gentlemen please is better or make separate or failing timon into two parts

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    Looking good though. :thumbright:
     
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    It's coming on nicely just the same.
     
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    Nice work Sergio!
     
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    Lots of bondage....good start
     
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    so that the wings remain medium well

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    assembly following the air intake

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    and the expansion of the bottom of the tail

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    According to the scheme of P-63 French C5 that comes in the book of AJ-press paneling, rivets are not right and above the big problem that records the entire fuselage are positive so I sanded it all and re-paneling , riveting well and negative panels rewritten

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    thanks guys, to have not picked up a mold so hard and I needed much work
     
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    Moving right along Sergio
     
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    doin' ok there Sergio.
     
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    Nice work there Sergio!
     
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