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Posted by Peter on 26 Jun 2020, 16:25

I thought it were nuns for your Pope diorama! :-D
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Posted by MABO on 27 Jun 2020, 06:01

Peter wrote:I thought it were nuns for your Pope diorama! :-D


My first thought as well. But I'd really like to see the other dio as well. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by Peter on 20 Jul 2020, 15:05

Some birthday presents from my family!

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https://www.italeri.com/prodotto/2913

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https://www.italeri.com/prodotto/2741/60/0

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https://www.italeri.com/prodotto/2703/60/0

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https://www.italeri.com/en/product/2579/3/26

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https://en.zvezda.org.ru/catalog/sborny ... 820_25090/

Also some Vallejo paint and some new brushes!

Within two months I will be retired, and I know for sure that I will have no time at all! Lots to do! :-D
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Posted by zirrian on 20 Jul 2020, 19:19

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I got one of these last weekend, and...wow. I already have Arma's Yak-1, which was equally awesome, but this kit is really nice. Unfortunately it was shown on the 22€ pricetag too...but I think it was worth it.
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Posted by MABO on 20 Jul 2020, 22:05

Peter wrote:Some birthday presents from my family!

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https://www.italeri.com/prodotto/2913

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https://www.italeri.com/prodotto/2741/60/0

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https://www.italeri.com/prodotto/2703/60/0

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https://www.italeri.com/en/product/2579/3/26

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https://en.zvezda.org.ru/catalog/sborny ... 820_25090/

Also some Vallejo paint and some new brushes!

Within two months I will be retired, and I know for sure that I will have no time at all! Lots to do! :-D


Very cool collection of presents. I really like most of the Italeri Sets. I am looking forward to see more of your work in the near, future. I thought that Dalibor made a joke in your birthday thread, bu now I have read as well, that you are going to retire. I still have some more years to go. :eh: :mrgreen:
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Posted by MABO on 20 Jul 2020, 22:07

zirrian wrote:Image

I got one of these last weekend, and...wow. I already have Arma's Yak-1, which was equally awesome, but this kit is really nice. Unfortunately it was shown on the 22€ pricetag too...but I think it was worth it.


Arma is completely new for me. Can you tell us (me) more? I saw they products some weeks before in an German online store and I was thinking about buying a Hurrcane for North Africa.
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Posted by Bessiere on 21 Jul 2020, 15:43

What a thoughtful family you have! Expensive gifts too. Lucky man. Congrats on your soon-to-be "retirement". We all know you will simply switch jobs to become a full-time modeler. A man must have his work!
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Posted by zirrian on 21 Jul 2020, 20:42

MABO wrote:
Arma is completely new for me. Can you tell us (me) more? I saw they products some weeks before in an German online store and I was thinking about buying a Hurrcane for North Africa.


Sure :) They are a relatively new company with high quality plastic kits, from Poland I think. They did some kits already, Iskra, P11, a World War I Fokker, Hurricane I and II, maybe a Spitfire, Yak-1, and now the Wildcat (plus some others I forgot). Generally they have only plastic parts and some variant kits, and the Expert sets contain photoetch parts, masks for the canopies and if needed wheels, plus a more extensive decal sheet. For the Wildcat and Hurricane this was third of an A/5 sheet, pretty neat. Detail is great, moulding as well, and for me they feel like earlier Dragon AFVs in 1:72 that were of similar quality and detail. So I'd say go ahead, buy that kit, you will like it :)
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Posted by Peter on 21 Jul 2020, 22:28

MABO wrote:Very cool collection of presents. I really like most of the Italeri Sets. I am looking forward to see more of your work in the near, future. I thought that Dalibor made a joke in your birthday thread, bu now I have read as well, that you are going to retire. I still have some more years to go. :eh: :mrgreen:


In military service the years count different. So indeed Dali wasn't joking! ;-)

Bessiere wrote:What a thoughtful family you have! Expensive gifts too. Lucky man. Congrats on your soon-to-be "retirement". We all know you will simply switch jobs to become a full-time modeler. A man must have his work!


I would love to, but I will have to ask the General at home! My Captain at the office is also a moddeler and he say yes and supports me! :mrgreen:
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Posted by Kekso on 22 Jul 2020, 11:43

Peter wrote:So indeed Dali wasn't joking! ;-)


You should remember this rare occasion :xd:
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