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Thomas Kolb (Mimoid)



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16 | 29. October, 19:24
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Erik De Smet
The only Hungarian word I remember from a visit to Budapest 45 years ago is dohanybolt. I believe it means tobacco shop and it was there you could buy tickets for trams and buses. Luckily I could speak German with my Hungarian friend. And I saw Migs on August 20.
23. November, 08:35
Łukasz Gliński
But have you seen any hovercrafts? ;)
That must have been a remarkable trip for you, to the other side of the curtain. Been there couple of times, before the bat plague, learned some words, but haven't seen either MiGs or hovercrafts :(
23. November, 08:52
Daniel Mysak
Nice work on the two trucks and a great result with the green decals. Have you ever thought about a plotter to make masks and spray paint these markings instead of printing the camouflage color around?
25. November, 19:17
Thomas Kolb
Daniel, thank you! Yes, I looked at the Silhouette Cameo cutter, but it is just too expensive.
25. November, 21:08
Daniel Mysak
Okay, I purchased the Silhouette Portrait about a year ago, it´s perfect for this kind of stencils. Anyway, your solution with the decals works also perfect.
26. November, 13:43
Thomas Kolb
Daniel, what is the smallest size of cut that the Portrait can do? Would it work for this, like 2-3 mm stencils?
26. November, 13:45
Daniel Mysak
I did 4mm for my Oshkosh Tanker, that works fine. I think it will depend on the chosen font and the masking foil but 3mm should work anyway.
26. November, 13:50
Thomas Kolb
Ok, thanks, I might take another look!
26. November, 15:19

November 24, 2020

Thomas Kolb and bughunter are now mates.
24. November, 21:34

November 21, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
44 | 20. May, 22:37
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Thomas Kolb
Daniel, Cuajete & Martin, thanks! He he, yes the "airport" lights in the background are actually my computer screen being reflected in the window.
3. October, 18:50
Łukasz Gliński
Nice tricks, first the street lamp fitting the hangar scale and now the taxi lights
3. October, 19:04
Slavo Hazucha
Very cool looking & rarely seen Flogger version, and a perfect installation, especially the night pics!

There are moments when I think about some form of "base & background" for my kits, this definitely is one of them! :)
4. October, 13:07
Thumb ups and handclaps, stunning work, especially the canopy cutting part. Those hand scribed panel lines scared me off from buying one though... (Still better than floggers from KP probably?)
20. November, 13:03
Self-correction, better than floggers from RV*
20. November, 13:05
Oliver Zwiener
Looking great !!!
20. November, 14:22
Julian Herrero aka Yuri
Gooq work ,,,, Bravo !!!
21. November, 18:07
Thomas Kolb
HammerMax, thank you! I am not sure about the RV kit, but the ART kit is more or less the same kit as the KP. Lots of rivets and panel lines, all a little bit wonky.
Oliver & Julian, thank you, my dear fellow modelers!
21. November, 20:02

November 19, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
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23 | 30. May, 18:09
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Raphael Bernecole
Really nice and interesting !! I have the same model to do in my stash. I will continue to follow your project with interest... :)
23. October, 07:13
Thomas Kolb
Raphael, thank you! I will try to add as many details of the build process as possible. I recommend that you load up with filler before starting the kit, it certainly needs it.
23. October, 08:40
Daniel Klink
Absolutely beautiful Thomas!
23. October, 09:12
Bernd Korte
Very nice progress!
23. October, 12:45
Thomas Kolb
Doing some back-pedalling to fix some issues before I continue... there are some serious fit issues with the ramp assembly, so I have decided to display it closed instead. A pity, but at the same time a relief, I was not too happy about the inside detailing anyway.
19. November, 17:21
Andy Ball
so tidy and clean Thomas, it's a pity about the ramp, but am sure that won't detract from the final result!
19. November, 18:25
Łukasz Gliński
Nevermind the ramp, it still looks gorgeous
19. November, 20:37
Zsolt Czegle
Great work!
19. November, 22:45
Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
24 | 2. October, 15:45
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Łukasz Gliński
Got it, my references confirm that. It seems to be a longer version indeed
6. November, 17:36
Wow... I hadn't seen this job until now...
An amazing job so far, Thomas. I think my expectations to build a Mig-17PF from the Airfix kit have faded considerably :D
6. November, 19:29
Thomas Kolb
Cuajete, thank you! Yes, the MisterCraft kit is horrible even in small doses... But it is pretty obvious that Airfix has prepared for the possibility to produce the PF without a huge effort: all the subtype specific parts are nicely separated on the sprues. So I don't find it impossible that they will make one at some time.
7. November, 11:04
Bernd Korte
That's coming together nicely!
7. November, 17:30
Thanks, Thomas. I hope to Airfix release a PF version :)
In the meantime, I hope they see your amazing job and they fall in shame for not doing it sooner :D
7. November, 19:42
Pierre Vauthier
very nice following !
8. November, 20:02
Wow... Good progress!
18. November, 19:43
Thomas Kolb
Thanks to you all... I've been slowing down significantly with my builds lately for daytime job reasons, but I am trying to pick up some speed again to finish my ongoing projects. Pretty much everything is done except for the replacement vac-formed canopy (currently in transit from Hannants in England).
19. November, 06:19

November 11, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
29 | 10. May, 15:42
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Łukasz Gliński
@Sergej: GX100 works with metals, depending on the metal probably. Haven't encountered any problems with Mr.Hobby SMs and Alclads so far.
29. October, 14:40
Thomas Kolb
I have never tried to sand it, although I have polished it with Tamiya Polishing Compounds a few times, and it worked fine without peeling. On the other hand, the Gauzy Glass Coat (the orange jar) does lift easily with masking tape. It can even be peeled off with a wooden cocktail stick (which can be a good thing if you don't get a smooth layer).
29. October, 14:44
Thomas Kolb
Łukasz & Sergei, how do you guys manage to get such a mirror finish with the GX-100? Are you applying multiple thin coats with waiting inbetween, or spray it on wet-on-wet?
29. October, 14:48
Łukasz Gliński
I spray generously thick layers of very thinned GX, so first it levels and then most of the thinner evaporates. But this can only be done over safe surface (e.g. enamels are excluded).
29. October, 14:53
Sergej I
Thomas, same as Lukasz. I thin it at lease 1 part GX, 5 parts MLT. Then apply wet (but not runny) coats, two usually.
I would wait some 10 minutes in between two coats, which is just finishing the full plane and refill on varnish.
If I need a glass-like surface I would "polish" it afterwards with a wet application of clean MLT.

But applying it wet to metals, it will eat them up in my case. And I can't have thick application of metals, otherwise black base has no effect...
I work with AK Extremes mostly, tested also Alclad Stainless Steel with same effect.
Have to check one last Gunze silver chrome...
29. October, 16:35
Thomas Kolb
Thank you both for your great tips! I think my mistake is that I apply the varnish too thick and do not thin nearly enough. For metal surfaces I find that Gauzy or Alclad Gloss works the best, but I have a few upcoming projects that call for a super glossy surface on top of acrylics, so I will give the GX a new test run.
29. October, 16:49
Sergej I
Thomas I normally open a new GX and pour it whole into a 50 ml dropper bottle, then add MLT until its thin enough, usually I'd fill the whole bottle. Add a steel shaker and good to go for a year or two, I don't need to mess with lid cups and measured thinning...
29. October, 17:55
Thomas Kolb
That, Sergej, is an excellent idea! :)
29. October, 18:16

November 5, 2020

Thomas Kolb and Magnus Svedberg are now mates.
5. November, 06:05

October 25, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
25. October, 15:07

October 19, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
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Project: Hangar
1:72 Hangar (GPM H72-01)1:72 Soviet PAG-14 Airfield Plates (ICM 72214)No Green Grass Small Roll (63.5 cm x 83.8 cm) (Woodland Scenics RG5172)
30 | 8. August, 16:25
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Konrad Limmer
Awesome work and presentation Thomas! Looks incredible realistic !!
15. October, 14:21
Daniel Klink
Awesome work mate..That looks so impressive.
Still waiting fo mine because the first went to wrong postal code with the same Streetname aarghh.
Cant wait to get.
15. October, 16:17
Thomas Kolb
Pawel, Ben, Konrad & Daniel, thank you for your kind words! Daniel, yes, I know what it's like to just wait and wait for a package, one is like a kid waiting for Christmas!
15. October, 16:27
Andy Ball
just so realistic!
15. October, 18:29
simply stunning.
17. October, 22:20
Juergen Klinglhuber
It looks great!
18. October, 18:55
Germen V
nice, congrats
18. October, 18:59
Lovely hangar and fantastic pics. Like real life! :)
19. October, 19:35

October 17, 2020

Thomas Kolb Added a new review for:
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17. October, 16:23

October 16, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
2 | 15. October, 09:17
Łukasz Gliński
I feel you're gonna build it soon ;)
16. October, 11:15
Thomas Kolb
Yes, it looks like a fun build, but the limiting factor is my time... you know, work and stuff.
16. October, 15:58
David Taylor
You know your gonna build it.
16. October, 16:34
Łukasz Gliński
I keep saying the same about mine ;)
16. October, 17:56
Sergej I
Getting front row
16. October, 22:07

October 9, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
Albums: 1 with 16 images
1:72 Ilyushin Il-28 Beagle (Trumpeter 01604)1:72 Il-28 (cockpit) (Part S72-015)4+
1 | 9. October, 05:57

October 2, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
In progress
1:72 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17PF 'Fresco' (MisterCraft C-29)1:72 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F 'Fresco' (Shenyang J-5) (Airfix A03091)7+
2. October, 06:15

September 19, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
1:72 Saab J-21R (Special Hobby SH72207)1:72 Saab J-21A (Special Hobby SH72215)1:72 SAAB A-21R (Special Hobby SH72246)3+
Saab J 21R
SE Military Svenska Flygvapnet (Swedish Air Force 1926-now)
F7 Wing Red N | Satenas 1952 | Dk.Olive, Lt. Blue-grey
3 | 16. September, 16:48
Maciej Bellos
16. September, 18:47
Łukasz Gliński
Me 2(nd), have the very same duo on my mind (and in the stash).
16. September, 18:50
Thomas Kolb
Łukasz, really? A comparative build? ;)
17. September, 18:59
Łukasz Gliński
Kind of, bought them together some time ago, firghtened they are going to disappear soon.
On the other hand they are not that high on my prio list ;)
17. September, 19:42
Thomas Kolb
Yeah me two, pretty much sold out everywhere now except one box each on the shelf of my local hobby shop here in Göteborg (I intend to grab them on Saturday). A pity really, they look like really fun-to-build kits.
17. September, 19:49
Erik De Smet
I might have the Heller version somewhere in my stash, but I cannot check it for the moment. I remember to have bought several Saab kits at the Linkoping museum shop some years ago. Can you compare the Heller and Special Hobby kits ?
18. September, 08:09
Thomas Kolb
Erik, I have never built the Heller kit, but I understand that it has raised panel lines, wheras the SH kits have recessed ones. Besides this, I think both are fairly accurate representations of the J-21A. To build the J-21R in 1:72, your only choice is really the SH kit, unless you are prepared to do a fair amount of scratchbuilding.
18. September, 12:49
Bernd Korte
I'm going to watch this.
19. September, 18:48

September 13, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
Albums: 1 with 23 images
1:72 SAAB B-5 (Special Hobby SH72421)1:72 Northrop A-17A/Nomad Mk.I (Peewit M72111)
2. September, 16:54
Łukasz Gliński
Got it already? ;)
2. September, 20:19
Thomas Kolb
Well, I wasn't planning to, but I had to buy some paints and stuff and this kit just shouted my name. I will probably build it in before the first Monday in Y3K.
2. September, 20:35
6. September, 19:40
Interesting project. I'll be here for when you start it.
I wonder if it will have the exact same content as the old MPM box
12. September, 18:04
Thomas Kolb
Cuajete, by looking at online photos of the MPM kit, the SH looks exactly identical. The placement of the items on the decal sheet are slightly shifted around, but has the same content. If there are any other changes, I certainly cannot see it. It looks like a fun build.
12. September, 22:09
Thx, Thomas
13. September, 11:48

September 12, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
12. September, 11:17

September 4, 2020

Thomas Kolb wants this item
4. September, 14:30

August 30, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
2 | 20. September 2019, 11:13
Gordon Sørensen
Nice looking Yak, Thomas. Looks like the kit needs a lot of work to get as nice a finish as yours...
20. September 2019, 14:37
Looks good!
20. September 2019, 15:15
Thomas Kolb
Thank you!
20. September 2019, 17:29
Łukasz Gliński
Seen this on youtube and it looks awesome. And it's Amodel kit :) Didn't know they are/were used in Hungary
20. September 2019, 19:57
Łukasz Gliński
A busy hangar you got there ;)
30. August, 18:28
Thomas Kolb
Łukasz, you should know - it is originally yours (I think GPM should pay you a commission). ;) BTW, I was just testing out ideas for the apron concrete paintwork.
30. August, 18:40
Łukasz Gliński
Nah, not mine at all ;) Nice concrete indeed
30. August, 19:39

July 31, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
19 | 28. April, 11:39
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Alec K
Very nicely done
29. July, 09:36
Łukasz Gliński
Outstanding. I'm sure it's the cleanest canopy of any MiG ever! ;)
What's the story behind the backround? Looks like some competition for my hangar ;)
29. July, 12:09
Thomas Kolb
Łukasz, thanks! Yes, the ground maintenance crew were waxing and polishing up the canopy nicely for the photo shoot... but they forgot to clean the aircraft itself... ;) About the background, no story really, just got a bit tired of not having a proper background for the photos except for a white wall.
30. July, 09:32
Łukasz Gliński
The cupboards hanrdstand looks nice, but the winter ground part is exquisite. Where did you get it?
30. July, 12:40
Łukasz Gliński
Thx. Seems to be bigger than it is. My CoastalKits summer background is way to small for me ;) (see P.11a & Avia CS-199)
31. July, 12:27
Thomas Kolb
Łukasz, yes I agree, they are really best for small aircraft and closeup photos. Maybe I should learn how to make a realistic diorama base. But I think your summer backdrop is actually quite nice.
31. July, 13:55
Łukasz Gliński
They also have a roll-out base, which I find interesting, yet quite expensive.
31. July, 15:23

July 28, 2020

Thomas Kolb Added a new review for:
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28. July, 19:59

July 20, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
1:72 Yak-11 / C-11 "Moose" (RS Models 92166)1:72 Yak-11 / C-11 (Yahu Models YMA7246)1:72 Yak-11/ Let C-11 (Brengun BRL72088)2+
19. July, 22:36
Łukasz Gliński
Following, curious how much better designed is the RS kit compared to the one I built some time ago.
20. July, 11:23
Thomas Kolb
Judging by the unassembled kit, it looks really neat, with a well thought out molding gate pattern and no particular flash. Some ejector pin parks here and there, but at hidden places. The interior is a bit sparse, but I ordered aftermarket stuff for it. The canopy is a one piece affair (closed), so I ordered a vac-formed open canopy. The decals look outstanding. It should be a pretty simple build really (but a rather ugly aeroplane).
20. July, 12:18
Łukasz Gliński
Can't disagree more on your last comment :P
20. July, 12:38

July 9, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
1:72 Supermarine Spitfire Pr.XIX (Airfix A02017A)1:72 Spitfire PR.XIX (Pavla Models U72-111)1:72 Spitfire PR.XIX + vacu canopy (Pavla Models C72085)3+
1 | 9. July, 17:59
Łukasz Gliński
Interesting one
9. July, 20:54

July 3, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
1:72 American Heavy Transport Plane C-130H (Zvezda 7321)1:72 Lockheed C130H / Tp84 Hercules Tanker (Red Bolt Decals RBD7212)1:72 Lockheed C-130H Hercules (KV Models 72133)
2. July, 19:04
Łukasz Gliński
Looks like you liked the big stuff :D
2. July, 20:47
Thomas Kolb
Łukasz, nah, it is still 1:72. :) I wasn't originally planning on building this beast, but I got the Swedish Air Force decals for free and now need to have something to put them on.
3. July, 05:31

June 29, 2020

Thomas Kolb wants this item
29. June, 08:57

June 20, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
In progress
1:72 ATZ-5-4320 Fuel Bowser (ICM 72613)1:72 URAL-4320 (ICM 72611)3+
20. June, 11:01

May 31, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
13. February, 17:56
Thomas Kolb
Before doing anything else, I began with replacing the most obvious raised panel lines with my own scribed ones. I will definitely not replace every panel line, as a lot of them should actually not even be there. I expect this part to take at least a few weeks as it is really a slow and arduous task, but it is somehow strangely satisfying.
13. February, 18:21
Bernd Korte
Way to go!
13. February, 19:37
Harry Eder
I´ll take a seat!
14. February, 10:15
Łukasz Gliński
I have to watch this
Regarding the orange - I have rather good experience with the Revell Aqua Colour from my Vampire project, maybe you could give it a try?
14. February, 11:18
Thomas Kolb
Bernd and Harry, I will try not to disappoint! :)
Łukasz, thanks for the tip! Revell Aqua is unfortunately not available from my local hobby shop, but I was told that Vallejo fluorescent orange would be a good match. Anyway, I bought a bottle of the Vallejo and also a jar of Acrysion Fluorescent Orange, and will test later which one is better. TBH, I think both look far too vivid, so I will probably need to fade them with white and yellow for a more realistic look.
15. February, 17:35
Mirko Römer
Very nice project. I'll take a seat as well :)
15. February, 21:11
Juergen Klinglhuber
More seats available? I am in as well.
16. February, 11:26
I wuld like to take a seat too.
17. May, 17:46
Thomas Kolb
After some time working on other projects, the fuselage parts are now rescribed so I could start with the cockpit. Having a real, flying Safir at my flying club, I could actually go to town with superdetailing, but I think I will just keep it simple.
30. May, 09:40
Better now
31. May, 19:28

May 18, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
1 | 12. October 2019, 11:47
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Zbynek Honzik
It looks like a real plane! :) Very nice!
20. April, 15:46
Top notch in every aspect!
20. April, 18:50
Very nice job. Well done. Congrats!
24. April, 19:36
Stuart Fowle
Great to see your build steps, very smart finish.
18. May, 06:50
Erik Leijdens
I like it! You've made the best out of this kit
18. May, 07:03
Mirko Römer
Saw the video on youtube, wonderful work, congratulations!!
18. May, 08:26
Markus Antonius
great - don't do that... you will push people into buying crappy short-run kits :D
18. May, 08:42
Thomas Kolb
Gentlemen, I thank you all for your kind words!
18. May, 13:31

May 17, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
12. November 2019, 19:33
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perry w h leu
Great job. I loved it.
4. May, 11:03
Thomas Kolb
Urban, ha ha, so right!
Perry, thank you!
4. May, 12:59
Erik De Smet
This is an excellent result, Thomas, rewarding all the efforts you have put in it. But on picture 1 I see two boxes, do you intend to make a second one ?
4. May, 14:41
Daniel Klink
Great Result Thomas! Superb Job
@Urban..Made my day...cant'stop laughing
4. May, 15:17
Urban Gardini
Nice, then it's mission accomplished. I all of a sudden got the idea for the meme and checked if it was possible it was not just possible but really easy to pull it of!
4. May, 15:39
Andy Ball
"All Killer AND Filler"!
4. May, 15:56
Thomas Kolb
@Daniel, thank you!
@Erik, yes, I bought two kits to have some major spare parts in case I screwed up the first kit. As it turned out, I didn't need to sacrifice the second kit, so I will later try to build it as the regular C-version (the light attack version). I suppose it should be much easier, since I know all the pitfalls now.
5. May, 12:24
Very nice aircraft. Fantastic job and result. Congrats!

Waiting for your next Saab-105 kit :P
17. May, 18:22

April 22, 2020

Thomas Kolb Added a new review for:
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22. April, 12:46

April 14, 2020

Thomas Kolb Added a new review for:
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14. April, 14:40

January 21, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new photoalbum.
19. September 2019, 18:08
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Łukasz Gliński
@Thomas: Lovely couple, looking forward to seeing your next builds.
@Chris: that sounds bit Bostonish, doesn't it? ;)
16. January, 20:46
Konrad Limmer
Very nice work Thomas ! Both looking fabulous!
16. January, 21:01
Harry Eder
Both look really great!
17. January, 06:57
17. January, 15:44
Top builds and attractive presentation.
17. January, 15:49
They both came out great, a nice pair you got there :) really like the lighting mood on your pics
21. January, 15:19
Juergen Klinglhuber
Two real great builds!
21. January, 18:14
Daniel Mysak
Really nice Gripen couple
21. January, 20:28

January 20, 2020

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
1:72 L-29 Delfín (Eduard 7096)1:72 Aero L-29 Delfin - Pitot Tubes (Master AM-72-084)
Aero L-29 Delfin
HU Military Magyar Néphadsereg légiereje/Hungarian People's Army Air Force (Hungarian Air Force 1948-1990)
374 Red
20. January, 19:33

January 17, 2020

Thomas Kolb Added a new review for:
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17. January, 22:39

December 24, 2019

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
Albums: 1 with 73 images
In progress
1:72 An-26 (Amodel 72134)1:72 An-26 (Brengun BRL72168)3+
24. December 2019, 21:33

December 23, 2019

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
Albums: 1 with 36 images
In progress
1:72 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F 'Fresco' (Shenyang J-5) (Airfix A03091)1:72 MiG-17A/P/F (Fresco A, B, C) - 37mm and 23mm gun barrels set & Pitot Tube (Master AM-72-071)5+
23. December 2019, 22:53

December 18, 2019

Thomas Kolb added a new project.
Albums: 1 with 14 images
In progress
1:72 Saab 91 Safir (Heller 262)1:72 SAAB Safir vacformed canopy x 2 (Maestro Models MMK7232)3+
6. December 2019, 09:54
16. December 2019, 13:21
16. December 2019, 13:47
Thomas Kolb
I am still contemplating what to do with the panel lines on the model. They will obviously need to go as I cannot stand raised lines, but I cannot just leave the surfaces blank and lifeless. On the real thing, the surfaces have overlapping panels riveted together and also riveted to the frame, so the "panel lines" are in fact mostly rivet lines: thousands of really visible, protruding rivets! I am not sure I will be able to represent this with my rivet wheel tool as I cannot seem to be able to draw straight lines with the damn thing for my life. Just rescribing everything is also unrealistic, it would make the model look like an Excel spreadsheet. I guess I will have to test it on a mule.

Also I am still thinking if I should make a yellow or a green/blue camo version: both are really attractive. I guess I will do what I usually end up with: getting a second kit and build both.
18. December 2019, 05:21
Harry Eder
I did the Sk.50 some month ago. I did the main rivet lines with the rivet wheel tool and Tamiya tape. And I think that is enough in this scale. ;)
18. December 2019, 06:15
Łukasz Gliński
What comes to my mind is a scotch tape and riveting tool. Haven't tried it on my own, but it's thicker than Tamiya.
Btw. Why does the yellow verion carry the roundels and civilian Id at the same time?
18. December 2019, 08:42
Thomas Kolb
Harry & Łukasz, thanks for the tip - Harry, your SK50 looks stunning! :-D I think I will do the same, but probably use Dymo labeler tape as guide, or possibly electrical tape, which I am often using for panel scribing.
Łukasz, it is because it is withdrawn from service from the Swedish Air Force, and is now a privately registered civilian aircraft. I think this one belongs to the Aviation Museum at Västerås, but AFAIK it is still airworthy. There is also a camouflaged SK50 at my airport where I fly, it is registered as SE-KGZ.
18. December 2019, 10:30
Harry Eder
It´s also possible to take some layers of Tamiya tape or an electrical tape. You better get into the curves and small areas then dymo tape.
18. December 2019, 11:01


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