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  1. Thanks Phil for your kind comment, much appreciated! Hans
  2. Thank you Peter for your kind comment, Appreciate Cheers Hans
  3. @DocRob & @GusMac & @Martinnfb Thank you Mates for your splendid words, Appreciate!
  4. Fellow Modelers, i always found that the early Russian Jet design looks kind of sexy, the revolutionary MIG-15 Design of Mr. Gurewitsch is no exception. So no wonder that my first post WW2 build is one, i was a bit unsure which markings it should have till i saw that Czech MIG with that eye-catching camouflage. As always no decals were used, but the fuselage numbers, which in this case was pretty time consuming as one can imagine..... With respect to the great design of the MIG-15 my first idea was to built it with the fuselage closed not to detract from the great MIG line but than i started to scratch many parts for the Klimow engine & weapon bay and i decided to show both areas displayed. Cheers Hans
  5. Utterly brilliant Kai, Impressive work in all aspects! Hans
  6. That's a real beauty, superb paint job! Hans
  7. That's a cracking build, well done mate! How was the building process/fitting ? Cheers Hans
  8. Yep this was drawing the lesson the hard way...😁 ...thanks, appreciate Mate
  9. @Bomber_County Thanks for your great Welcome! Cheers Hans
  10. @belugawhaleman Thanks for your very kind words, appreciate! Cheers Hans
  11. Thank you fellow modelers for your great comments! Cheers Hans
  12. ......once upon a time there were 3 Jackstands..... but read yourself ...so i made this in the belief it's ok now.... ...but still the whole arrangement yelled meh... this is boring we want something to connect to... So i ended up with this.... ...last but not least the guys from the maintenance crew installed some cowlings... ...almost nothing will be seen from the cockpit once snuggled in so some pics before i put it in.. So i've learnt my lesson and i don't think that i will be that naive a second time, doing 3 Jackstands and believing to get away with it.... BTW the Camouflage & Markings of my Bf 109 for this build are fictitious Since i normally do smaller scales that's my first build here on LSM Base kit Revell & good amount of scratch parts and some Eduard Resin All the best Hans
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