Saturday, 21 May 2011

Avia B -21 (KP Model) 1/72nd

I bought this kit at a trade fair...it said there was three kits inside...which there was..but no instructions and no Decals. A bit outside of my usual WWI period but a fun little kit to build. The Czechoslovakian company that made it (KP Model) has ceased to trade but the models seem to be available all over the place.
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13 comments:

  1. It's been a while since I have seen some of your planes. It's a pretty nice one.

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  2. Very unusual kit and nice paint job.

    Thought you might have stuck a pilot bod in the cockpit though with those marvellous conversion skills of yours!

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  3. May I critisize your job?

    Yes the painting job is good, as usual. But this time I don't know, therer is something "not you" in this kit. It lacks a little something, but I don't know what...

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  4. Thanks :-D
    @Sebasto...yep...critique is fine. I know what you mean...maybe because it wasn´t a WWI plane and I didn´t really get any "feeling" for it. Also it wasn´t much of a real challenge...5 main parts and finished.
    Next one will be a WWI one :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  5. Looks great bud, always nice to see something different from time to time.Funny I had been feeling like doing a WWI bi plane.

    Cheers Rich.

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  6. Oh I don't know. It has a certain charm. Good job I think.

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  7. I like the old Bi planes, good job too

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  8. I think you did a great job!

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  9. I like the camouflage pattern. Interesting subject and nationality.I have been thinking about working up some Czech aircraft soon.

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  10. Did you pay for it with a cheque?

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  11. A sharp looking aircraft. Interesting that the Belgian Air Force used it as well.

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