Slavo Hazucha I was hoping someone will take on this kit - wanted to watch it getting built - great start with the interior, looking forward for the rest of the show!
31. March, 20:50
Jens Welcome on board would not have thought that this kit veteran would still interest I will document the construction sections again with the cam, nothing is glued yet, everything is stuck in LEGO style, because the PE parts the unwieldy size and the work sometimes get really annoying
The turquoise interior green by MiG Ammo unfortunately does not match 100% to Eduard's ideas and was fogged with Clear Blue by Tamiya (not mixed, but varnished!), The quick drying of the acrylic colors makes it easier to adapt
The inner life disappears in the fuselage and therefore does not get much attention, the same applies to the turbines, little color and good, the fuselage is not yet glued and about 50% of the PE particles are still missing.
Before I get some glue around the turbine exits or steel paint as a veneer, then flap is too ????Otherwise I have masked the pulpit from the outside, the inside of the glass parts takes some time and rest, but will also be so far by the weekend that the pulpit glues can be and the Gerundlackierung from Tigermeet can be applied
2. April, 08:18
Daniel Very nice progress Jens, the PE adds a lot to this beast! I somehow feel a strong urge to buy one
5. April, 17:52
Jens Daniel as nice as it looks, the Mi 24 comes from a Trumpeter era when they were still practicing, the fit is not what you would expect from a 35 model, so if you would buy the kit, it is real work and you could improve even more, pure model building and the fun remains, otherwise I would build LEGO
5. April, 18:09
Daniel Exactly my opinion, lego is nice, but the Kits that you have to conquer are the ones you remember
Jens Hello Slavo, unfortunately I have to disappoint you, the masks from DN are made on Venyl like the first attempts at Eduard the masks themselves are only a 2 D cutting copy of a photo without considering the radii or openings, the adhesive force is right strong so there is a lot of reworking in the paint itself For you as a professional model maker, it is certainly a help, for beginners it is probably horror to work with