**** DONE: 1/72 Ilushyn Il-28 Beagle - The Jet Age.

Discussion in '#26 The Jet Age or What could have been' started by destrozas, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. destrozas

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    #1 destrozas, Jun 27, 2015
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    Username: destrozas
    First name: sergio
    Category: Intermediate
    Scale: 1/72
    Manufacturer: trumpeter
    Model Type: the plaaf IL-28 #01604
    accesory: none

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    #3 destrozas, Jun 28, 2015
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    As I read in the book of AirLife of IL-28 between 1960 and 1965 was evaluated VPAF this plane made a Chinese purchase your copy H5 PLAAF aircraft.
    the purchase of 8 and 12 aircraft took place, but only three aircraft were entered in the records of the VPAF, the rest have not notice,

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    This is the model we want to do

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    the last picture is the plane with the crew the bomber from Vietnamese and tail gunner and the pilot Russian

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    Nice choice Sergio. Great paint scheme.



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    Good one. It's a type I've long had an interest in - looking forward to seeing it come together.
     
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    Nice one.

    Remember building one of them about 30 odd years ago, don't remember who made the kit but it was silver plastic !
     
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    It could have been the Veb Plasticart kit from the former DDR.


    Sergio, please pay your attention to the clear part of the bomber nose. The clear part has the metal frame engraved. But it is of incorrect layout.
     
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    #11 destrozas, Jul 25, 2015
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    Hello everyone i was a while disconnected from plastic but with the holidays I have been nearly 15 days enjoying daughter and wife (and watching live Tour de France in the Pyrenees), and with the holiday ending've gone to get the plastic I've done little but good thing to start pick up pace.

    Thanks you all

    with 0'5x0'5mm square-rod I made the panels both the habitat and the navigator-bomber pilot, and with aluminum foil 0.13mm and knurled wheel (wheel that is used to purchase aluminum into the machine for yoghourts caps), I tried to imitate the padded panels

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    thanks mate.

    Could you explain that what happens to transparent be modified?
     
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    To be honest the glass nose has to be made from scratch if the metal frame can be of the proper layout. I haven't seen any aftermarket replacement for the part so far. So there is nothing more that can be done for that correction. Either you use it as it is or you make it from scratch.
     
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    Good work so far!
     
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    Good use of materials.
     
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    work and work, but a joy in December to add a child to the family book ....

    panels appeared to be easier to do but paint and place jumps as it has a plastic film that does not allow the paint to adhere, even so I could do to make something decent, at least I think.

    To see what you think

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    with the cockpit placed in position and detailed a bit to not let sad as it comes in the kit

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    That is really some good approximation of the quilted walls on the inside of that soviet jet.
     
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    Nice work Sergio. A nice dirty wash will pop those dimples out. I like to use these...

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