Germen V thx, i had this akit around for about 15 years, started it once, few months ago i found it in my stash again, restarted it, had some CAM decals for VF111 bu they desolved in water, looking for new one, found some from Print Scale ( 72-058) but they don't contain general data, so looking around again, found MILSPEC 72-002), so afther blood, sweat, cigarettes and a lot of curses here she is.
12. October, 18:35
Sergej I Haha Germen, sounds like a Hasegawa
The very same box also sits in my stash... with a set of Jolly Rogers decals...
Germen V the kit is not so bad, the guy i bought the kit from also bought a verlinden update, so i got a resin cockpit in it, the photo etch he messed up, the only thing i used where the insert for the exhausts.
Have fun with yours. Ltittle tip : leave off the elevators till the very last moment, yes, even afther the canopy. they are so brittle to break off.
Erik Leijdens I understand why Germen! Paint job turned out good. How does this kit build'?
19. October 2018, 20:10
Germen V the kit is an oldie from the eastern art of europe, so that white-grey "oily' soft plastic, no outlining pins and holes, poor detail, but it is the only Su25UBK out there, i bought the kit last year at a convention for 10€, so i went a bit overboard with the aftermarket parts to give it a little bit of better detail.
19. October 2018, 20:27
Erik Leijdens Yes, I have the original OEZ boxing in the stash, and have made 2 OEZ Su-7's. And actually I liked to build these crude kits. Think the Su-25 is much fun too .. Yours is looking sweet already!
19. October 2018, 20:32
Germen V for the period that they came out they are pretty good