Soeren . But first I need to buy a new airbrush gun, after my new Revell starter set gun didnt work right away at the first testing.....
9. October 2014 at 21:14:10
Kerry Cox Practice with what you have got at the moment and unless you can work your way around the "Problems" you think you have now. The new airbrush will be no different from what you have now. There is an old saying. A good tradesman never blames his tools. I may sound arrogant but I think you were expecting way too much from the beginners airbrush.
9. October 2014 at 22:01:23
Soeren . Not real the Revell gun dosnt work at all only create bubbles eben after cleaning and it did right from the Start wird water
9. October 2014 at 22:24:37
Kerry Cox Take it back to where you bought it from and explain your problems and get them to replace it as it sounds faulty now.
9. October 2014 at 23:06:36
Soeren . Yeah thats what I want to do today and I also think that its faulty after all.... We will see later today
10. October 2014 at 04:38:24
Kerry Cox Good move my friend as the last thing you need right now is to give up on trying to master the art of airbrushing. Cheers
Holger Kranich This is a very good kit! I build it a few weeks ago and i am very happy with it! It fits as good as a Hasegawakit and the decals are excellent! I`m convinced that you will enjoy the build!
17. May 2011 at 08:37:31
babak chalangi already build 5 of them in iranian desert scheme
1 with mavrik missiles
2 with drop bomb rail X12
3 laser bomb
4 air to air combat weapons
5 air to air combat weapons
awesome kit love it
18. May 2011 at 14:12:45
Holger Kranich Oh great! I´m convinced that they all look good in that scheme! I didnt knew that they are ready to carry mavericks! My modell just became a "Richthofen-Geschwader" jet in normal german 90ér camouflage!
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