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TonyG2 wrote:
Sun May 02, 2021 0:02
Just downed tools and cleared my workspace for the night. My Miniwings OV-10D has its primer coat and I have broken ground on an Eastern Express M28 Bryza (polish navy).

Is that M28 the An28? I'm building one of these in Aeroflot civvy colours too

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Yes, sort of. The M28 Bryza is a a military version of the PZL M28 Skytruck which was developed from a licence built Antonov An-28 design.

During the 2016 air display season the Polish Navy display aircraft was painted in RAF Coastal Command colours and markings for the 60th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic.

I'm torn between finishing the model in standard operational colours and the special scheme (assuming I can scrounge the decals). As a rule, I don't normally build fancy scheme aircraft. I have a loathing of CAG birds and especially all the whacky schemes that Revel delighted in producing...

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TonyG2 wrote:
Mon May 03, 2021 19:32
Yes, sort of. The M28 Bryza is a a military version of the PZL M28 Skytruck which was developed from a licence built Antonov An-28 design.

During the 2016 air display season the Polish Navy display aircraft was painted in RAF Coastal Command colours and markings for the 60th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic.
I agree, most special schemes are a bit naff, but that Coastal Command would look great, really hard do without dedicated decals though, that fin scheme in particular.

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Nice! I’m listening the the audiobook for Harrier 809 at the moment. Cracking stuff and it has me wondering if I dare go on a jet binge.

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Opened up my latest Arrowhead delivery and some Stugs fell out...

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Well this weekend is still 'housekeeping' :| Finally got all (well nearly all) the DVDs back on the shelves and alphabetised. Also sorted a whole load of started projects (in so far as parts removed/gashopon models split apart) placed into separate storage containers (those 'Really Useful' brand boxes are, well, really useful....).

Now sorting and reorganising my tool boxes. Plural. I have three, all with nearly identical contents. That goes back to when I had the flat in Sheffield as well as the house in Lincolnshire so I had modelling gear at both. I may consolidate the tools into one larger tool storage unit.

Tomorrow, all the in progress kits on the workbench get sorted, check all the parts are still there and stored away while the work bench gets a thorough cleaning.

Hopefully when that's done I can get back to some actual modelling....

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emlcs wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 9:53
Back to:
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Repair SHar 2
Building Har Gr3
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Gr3 on gear now.
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Don't know what the weather may be doing in your respective parts of the world but here on the east coast of Lincolnshire it is miserable. Been chucking it down all day. Thunderstorm with hail last night. And really really cold (granted we didn't get the snow unlike other areas - snow in May :shock: )

Still. On the bright side. Excuse to avoid the garden and get on with some modelling as soon as the 'housekeeping' is done

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Absolutely terrible day here in Yorkshire.

So I transported myself to dusty Ukranian fields in August '41

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