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Kevin Lawton
US sedonakevin
D. Ninetalis
BE Ninetalis
John Pouch
US NiteHunter


Tom DeMichael added a new photoalbum.
2 images
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2. February 2016, 13:58
2. February 2016, 16:15
3. February 2016, 00:29
Tom DeMichael
Thank you!
3. February 2016, 00:55
Clifford Keesler
I have this one also, It is inspiring to see how nice it can turn out.
3. February 2016, 18:51
Tom DeMichael
yeah the fit went together really well. I always have an issue with the cockpit glass but still... very nice overall
4. February 2016, 13:20
Miro Herold added a new photoalbum.
9. December 2015, 17:21
Soeren .
Your Suisei looks really great!
How was the build of the AZ kit?
10. December 2015, 06:35
Ulf Petersen
Well done, Miro!
I like the accentuation of the panel lines, especially bottom side.
10. December 2015, 06:51
Martien Lourens
A great result of this AZ model, Miro. Not the easiest kits. Well done
10. December 2015, 08:14
Miro Herold
Thank you chaps for your comments. Well that is right. The kit was a very hard work, one needed a lot of compound and sanding, because of bad fitting especially between fuselage and wings. But I believe this Suisei has got the right lenght.
10. December 2015, 11:01
Miro Herold added a new photoalbum.
14. November 2015, 15:48
Roberto Rocat
Very nice. Is the canopy injected? TIA
14. November 2015, 16:01
Miro Herold
Thank you Roberto, yes the canopy is injected.
But I had many problems with the fitting between fuselages and wings.
14. November 2015, 16:05
Miro Herold added a new photoalbum.
1. August 2015, 16:26
Miro Herold added a new photoalbum.
16. June 2015, 14:25
Kerry COX
Judging by all your albums, you have a soft spot for the JIN Air Arm. :) This is a really clean, neat and tidy presentation. Everything I see here has had some tender care taken with all aspects of the build. Beautifully done. :) .
16. June 2015, 14:54
Miro Herold
Oh, Hello Kerry, many thanks for your nice words.
16. June 2015, 15:06
Cristian Bordina
Beautiful Zero, you made a really good job !!!
16. June 2015, 15:12
Miro Herold added a new project.
In progress
1:72 Aichi Type99 Model 22 "Val" 2in1 Series (Fujimi 35503)1:72 Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter (Zeke) (Tamiya 25168)6+
16. June 2015, 14:22
Tom DeMichael added a new project.
Albums: 1 with 2 images
1:48 Interceptor Raiden (Tamiya 61018)
8. April 2015, 12:06
D. Ninetalis added a new photoalbum.
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4. February 2014, 23:02
Dirk Heyer
Great idea!
I know this First Aid Station from very early days of my modelling carreer. Your inspirational work is by far the best realisation I`ve seen.
6. February 2014, 20:22
Christian Bruer
atmospheric scenerie lovley done!
6. February 2014, 20:39
@dirk: absolutley true!
7. February 2014, 08:24
D. Ninetalis
Thanks guys! :)
It is one of the best things I've made so far, I feel like I've achieved a new level with my models and I hope I can keep it up. If you would like some more pictures and info, go check my Béhance 'portfolio'.
You can also see a few of my older models:
Thanks for those kind words again! :)
With regards, Ninetalis.
7. February 2014, 15:55
Aghis Barberopoulos
How original! Very well done mate!
7. February 2014, 16:37
D. Ninetalis added a new project.
Albums: 1 with 4 images
1:35 Motorcycle Reconnaissance Set (Tamiya 35245)1:35 First Aid Station (Italeri 416)
7. October 2013, 20:47


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