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Slavo Hazucha
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Ben M
Very cool MiG 31 builds. I like the kit comparison and the hints and tips along the way as well.
7 December 2021, 02:39
Lode Schildermans
Always a pleasure to see what you're capable of. And always impressed
8 December 2021, 22:25

October 23, 2021

Slavo Hazucha
added a new photoalbum.
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Daniel Klink
Still in awe 👍
7 September 2021, 16:59
As always Slavo, your painting and weathering skills are masterful - truly inspiring! 👍👍👍
Regardless of the realism of such an appearance (regarding your small discussion in the build thread), this is definitely an eye catching model and I agree with the notion of maybe doing some pictures of it with the real sky - perhaps even on sunset, as in the digital artwork.
23 October 2021, 00:40

September 8, 2021

Slavo Hazucha
and Erik Leijdens are now mates.

August 26, 2021

Slavo Hazucha
and Roland Gunslinger are now mates.

May 19, 2022


August 23, 2021

Kerry COX@Slavo Hazucha
Slavo. Just a bit of a suggestion on clear parts for your pilots helmet. Have you ever used the little machine to punch holes on a sheet of paper for being put into a folder. ?. I have had great success in creating head light lenses and, visors for some jet jockey's helmet that, can be cut to shape and anchored with some 'clear fix' or Crystal clear. just a thought. 😉
Slavo Hazucha
Hey Kerry - not really - and I'm sure we got several versions (Kids 9 & 7 years old in the house 🙂 ). Thanks for the hint & will try!

I wonder about Crystal clear though - I got a bottle, rel. thick clear stuff, but when applied, dries into a yellowed shrunk excuse for glass, looking more like shed snake skin or something I wanted... 😄 Do I have a bad charge or something? I remember making windows on a 700-scale ship 20 years ago with this stuff, but my current one purchased 2 years ago does not work at all... Ideas?

Anyway, thanks for thinking ahead for me my friend and keep up the good work, always happy to watch a KC show! 😉
23 August 2021, 06:55
Kerry COX
Slavo. 😉 It's time to give your old Crystal Clear the flick mate. !
I used to use 'Clear fix' by Humbrol, but then I discovered a product that most school kids use as a paper glue. It is as clear as pure water and can be cleaned up with water if you have it squeeze past where it in not supposed to be. This is the link, but it's sold world wide. google.com.au/search..imgrc=T7EgddUk-s5BLM
Thanks for your reply, and it's always a pleasure to see your work. 🙂 👍
23 August 2021, 11:12
Slavo Hazucha
added a new photoalbum.
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Jasper Breur
That is absolutely fantastic! Photo 20, what a stunning job on that metal work! Congratulations on this perfect result!
7 October 2020, 09:41
Slavo Hazucha
Thanks Jasper! The GWH Flanker was probably the best OOB material I got my hands on so far, leaves you all the creative energy for your own ideas & improvements 🙂

I can really recommend MRP metals - on smaller areas as engines, they IMHO perform as good as Alclads, dry faster & stink less... + they really go well with oils, providing an excellent base for experimentation!
23 August 2021, 06:35

August 11, 2021

Slavo Hazucha
added a new photoalbum.
427 big block
6 images
View album, image #1
The obligatory small, but perfectly visible scratch on the chrome part came rather soon, so I went for a slightly used o...
Project: 427 big block
1:6 Chevy L89 Big Block Engine (Revell 85-1441)
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James C
Your too modest mate, and If I come across one at a reasonable price I definitely will!
10 August 2021, 19:42
Christian W
Very cool. Great piece of plastic!
11 August 2021, 05:23

August 8, 2021

Slavo Hazucha
added a new photoalbum.
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Daniel Klink
Sir you have infected me with this one Slavo!
Ordered the 1/72 Hasegawa and for the first time i will do a post war japanese Aircraft.
7 August 2021, 22:11
Slavo Hazucha
Thanks Christian, Clifford & Daniel - I was dusting-off my collection today, most parts are still as per picture 🙂 This was a really pleasant build, I'm sure I'll re-visit the 104 at some time again!
8 August 2021, 21:16


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