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My little jet collection (and others ....)
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Posted: Saturday, October 17, 2020 - 09:36 AM UTC
Thanks for stepping in and your kind comment about my builds, Curt! As always I try my best. This MiG 21 was the first I have built. Still have 2 or 3 other older from Academy which want to be build one day.

I hear you, speaking about all the kits on your workbench! Usually I have only 2 kits on my bench at the same time, or, when it's a bigger kit like a jet or a tank, it's only 1 kit at a time. I would loose the overview with 3 or more kits.

I will copy this thread soon to the "new forum" and continue over there. Opposite to my Assembly Line Thread I have repaired this one completely from the Photobucket issues a few years ago. Hope to see you over there also!

Stay all safe, guys!
Torsten
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Posted: Thursday, October 15, 2020 - 07:45 PM UTC
Hi Torsten,

I haven't really spent any time until just recently in this forum, so just seeing your jet collection. Very, very nice, and what a variety! I, too, have a 1/48 Eduard MiG-21bis, the limited edition 'around the world' kit, still untouched in its box. I'd really like to break that one out someday soon, but unlikely with all the other builds I have partially in progress already!
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Posted: Friday, March 13, 2020 - 05:16 AM UTC
Thanks for your feedback, guys! Sorry for my belated answer but as you know, the Kitmaker Network was a bit on the slow side the last days ....

Magnus, indeed, I could call this side "My Scandinavian Corner" if I look at my latest models here, wether it's Saab, Swedish or Finnish AF. Still have a Viggen and 2 Draken in my stash. Will be build sometime in the future. One Draken is planned as a bird of the Flyvevåbnet (Danish AF) but I still have nothing Luftforsvaret (Norwegian AF) .... But I will leave this cozy scandinavian corner soon for the build in the campaign "65 Years Bundeswehr". I'll plan to build an F-4 F Phantom II with Iron Crosses here ....

Joel, my dear friend, thanks for your kind words, too! Yes, I'm really happy how the MiG 21 turned out. Concerning the colours, the finnish MiGs were repainted after some years with finnish paints. Here it's more the late painting from the late 1980's with the early markings of 1981. MiG 21 and Draken side by side make a statement for sure ....
Concerning my tanks, I think a bit of weathering here is a "must" though I'm no fan of it and my skills are surely limited. For me the best weathering I made on the truck MAN 5 to gl. Okay, this model means something very special to me, maybe that's why.

Stephen, thanks for your comment. I have used a pair of R-13 (inner pylons) and R-60 (outer pylons) air-to-air missiles on MG-129. They are soviet made. When I was at the FiAF Museum in Tikkakoski last September these missiles were hanging on a wall. Must look where I have the photo.

Happy modelling!
Torsten
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Posted: Thursday, March 12, 2020 - 12:14 PM UTC
Really nice work Torsten.
I like the mix of Sidewinder and AA8 missiles on the Mig.
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Posted: Thursday, March 12, 2020 - 08:33 AM UTC
Torsten,
All your builds continue to impress this old Car Modeler as they always have.

Your Jaguar just blew me away both the camo paint scheme and your ability to weather just enough so that you brought it to life. I'm just super impressed with the final results.

As for your Mig 21bis, another excellent museum quality build and finish. Once again your basics are flawless in execution.

As for your FiAF MiG and Draken brothers in Arms, they do make quite a statement.

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Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2020 - 08:13 PM UTC
Torsten! LIKE your brothers in arms? I LOVE them ! And btw, you could change the name of this thread from "My little jet collection" to "My Scandinavian corner" !



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Posted: Monday, March 09, 2020 - 08:45 AM UTC
When the East meets the West ....
In the same Air Force at the same time. I will present my FiAF MiG and Draken like this on some coming model events this year. Hope you like these brothers in arms ....



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Posted: Monday, March 09, 2020 - 08:40 AM UTC
It has been really quiet in this thread the past 12 months but today I have something new here. I would like to show you my latest build, the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG 21bis from Eduard in 1/48 ....



.... the MiG 21 is one of the legendary military jets in history. It made its maiden flight in 1959 and was flown in about 60 countries around the world and some are still in service. It saw active combat in several wars, mostly known are the Vietnam War and the Egyptian-Syrian-Israeli conflics. It's one of the most produced supersonic aircraft of all time in countless variants. A total of 10645 aircraft were produced in the Soviet Union (in Moscow, Gorki (today Nishni Novgorod) and Tiflis), plus licence builds in India and former Czechoslovakia. China built the MiG 21 as J-7 until the 1990's. The last NATO country which operates the MiG 21 is Romania, but as far as I know, all aircraft are grounded now. The MiG 21bis was powered by one Tumanski R-25 Turbojet engine with a thrust of 69 kN with and 18 kN without afterburner. It had a max take off weight of 9800 kg and could reach a speed of 2237 km/h at 13000 meters. The range was about 660 kilometers without a drop tank, service ceiling was 17500 meters. The armament consisted of one Gryazev-Shipunov GSh 23 autocannon, caliber 23 mm with 200 rounds. It could carry bombs and rockets on 4 hardpoints. The MiG 21 was produced between 1959 (F-13) and 1985 (bis) ....




.... I have built MG-129, a MiG 21bis, of HävLLv 31, Kuopio Airbase, Finnish Air Force in 1981. Finland purchased 26 MiG 21bis between 1978 and 1981 ....



.... Eduard came out with this kit in 2011 as a Profi Pack. It consists of 435 parts, but not all are used for this finnish version. Especially weapon parts are left in the end because there are several options for missiles and bombs. Building this kit is not a big deal it just needs some time because of the big amount of parts. The only problem I had was getting the fuselage halves together. At the front there's still a small seam to see but the rest goes together quite easy. With this Profi Pack comes a piece with pre-coloured PE parts which I have not used all. As I closed the cockpit I have used the PE parts here only for the seat belts and left the other parts for a future MiG 21. The ejection seat in this build has 17 plastic and 14 PE parts btw. Eduard offers for this Profi Pack some very nice decal options. Beside the finnish machine that are aircraft from Poland, Hungary, India, Croatia and Bulgaria. Hmmm .... I definitely need another MiG 21bis ....



.... the paints I have used come mainly from Vallejo. It was not easy to come close to the right tones because the finnish MiGs were repainted during their service time. Here a special thanks to our Pasi Ahopelto for his advices! Kiitos Pasi! Though I couldn't get all the correct paints he suggested I've tried my best to come close to the real thing. For the underside I have used FS36440 (Vallejo 71121), for the upperside I have used Green FS34102 (Val. 71289) and Brown FS30051 (Val. 71249). While Green is fine, that Brown is a bit too "reddish", it should be more "blackish" as you can see in the photo of the original aircraft above. But after all I'm satisfied with my paint job on this bird. Green for the Radom is RAL 6020 Chrome Green from Revell (No. 362), which was the closest I could find in my paint box. Final coating was made again with Clear Flat Varnish from Marabu. I have decided to hang 2 different air-to-air missiles at the hardpoints plus a 480 liters drop tank. I'm pretty sure that the MiG never flew in this combination but it looks good to me. The main decals for this bird are made by Cartograph and give no problem. They are really thin, so they must be applied carefully. I have decided to use only some stencils on the missiles because they were out of focus, just black and red lines. They are not made by Cartograph. I have checked stencils in other Eduard kits which are okay. So here I probably just got a bad set ....

So, again I say "Большое спасибо!" and "Paljon kiitoksia!" for stepping in and walking around my newest member of my Plastic Air Force. Hope you enjoyed it!

Happy modelling!
Torsten
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Posted: Sunday, February 17, 2019 - 10:32 PM UTC

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Thanks, drabslab!
This is my largest base which I sometimes use to show 2 jets (have a look at my Drakens on page 1 here), but in fact the concrete is more suitable for 1/32 or 1/35. A base 3 or 4 times bigger than this would need a lot of space on my expo table and it also needs to be stowed away and transported. And with markings I could only use it for this one purpose.

Torsten



Yep, it's big but have a look at the following link:

https://www.dumaplast.com/en/brands/waterproof-tongue-and-groove-wall-cladding-dumawall

I am using this stuff for my 1/48 scale airfield (well, what once upon a time should become my 1/48 scale airfield).

This stuff is the correct color, is fairly solid, fits very nicely together, can be put on any flat surface, and can be set-up/ stored away in a few minutes.

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Posted: Friday, February 15, 2019 - 07:36 AM UTC
Thanks, drabslab!
This is my largest base which I sometimes use to show 2 jets (have a look at my Drakens on page 1 here), but in fact the concrete is more suitable for 1/32 or 1/35. A base 3 or 4 times bigger than this would need a lot of space on my expo table and it also needs to be stowed away and transported. And with markings I could only use it for this one purpose.

Torsten
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Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 - 04:33 AM UTC
I would take a "concrete" plate 3 or 4 times that big, and line the planes as if on a real airport with the approporate markings on the conctrete etc...
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Posted: Monday, February 11, 2019 - 08:15 AM UTC
Still have to figure out how I will show this duet on the coming expos. Wether side by side ....




.... or tip to tip ....




What do you think? In any case they will be an eye catcher on my table ....
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Posted: Monday, February 11, 2019 - 08:10 AM UTC
Already finished in the early February days I had no time to take photos of my other Gripen until yesterday. So now I can show you Part 2 of my latest dual build, the Saab JAS 39 D "Gripen", again from Italeri and as usual in 1/48 ....





.... this time I've built aircraft "01" of No. 2 Sqn "Flying Cheetahs" of the South African Air Force at the Makhado AFB in the Limpopo Province in the northwest of South Africa at the border to Botwana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. And I was right to choose this option - you'll see later ....





.... this kit has about the same age as the single seater but less fitting problems. So the fitting of the wings to the fuselage is slightly better, also the radome fits better to the fuselage. But there's still some sanding and filling to do. Not a kit to throw together on a rainy weekend ....





.... for painting this bird I have checked out some south african modelling forums and found out that the SAAF Gripens are painted in Grey FS 36375 and Dark Ghost Grey FS 36320, so nearly the same tones as on the swedish Gripen. For the underside and most part of the upperside I have used FS 36375 from Gunze (H308) and for the so called diamond camo I used again Dark Ghost Grey from Vallejo (71120) as on the swedish Gripen. And here the desaster started. About an hour after I had airbrushed Vallejo cracks came up all over the painted area. Never have seen this before on one of my models. I guess it is an incompatibility between the alcohol based Gunze paint and the water based Vallejo paint. Though I have sprayed Gunze before christmas and Vallejo after my return from Vilnius 2 weeks later. The alcohol should have been gone by then. Anyway, the only chance I had to rescue the model from the bin was to take off the paint again with methylated spirit and paint it all again. I thought only to paint Vallejo again but some of the spirit went under the masks and destroyed the Gunze paint also. So I had to paint both paints twice but this time Vallejo first and Gunze afterwards. This time it worked. So another lesson learned. Never, never, never paint Vallejo over Gunze! I've taken some photos of this accident and you can see that the white primer stayed on the model nearly unharmed. It's the primer (water based) we produce in our company to use on wood panels and I tested it some time ago on my plastic models. Works perfect and I need only a small amount of it ....





.... Italeri offers 4 decal versions for the twin seater. Swedish AF, Czech AF, Hungarian AF und this SAAF. The paint instructions are correct in the plan but the "Low Viz" decals are printed in the wrong colour! If one of the colours is Dark Ghost Grey you cannot print the decals in the came Dark Ghost Grey, otherwise you have not "Low Viz" but "No Viz" decals .... The number "01" should be darker like on this photo of the original bird. But the decal is on, I swear! You just can't see it. So I left the stecils which should be on the diamond, they won't be seen either. But on the other hand the rest of the decals worked fine and I had no problems with them ....





.... for the ordnance Italeri offers here only air-to-air missiles and the SAAF uses Kentron Darter missiles on their Gripen. The kits parts should look a bit like them.

I thank you again for stepping in and walking around yet another Saab (it's my 6th Saab finished .... ) and hope you've enjoyed it. Any comments are welcomed as usual.

Happy modelling!
Torsten
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Posted: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - 07:05 AM UTC
Thanks for your feedback, guys!

Magnus, I'm glad that you like the way this Gripen came out finally. Thanks again for your help. It was really appreciated! The twin seater (I call it now "Springbok-Gripen") waits for the decals now. Everything should be done by next week.

Chris, great to hear that you are building a Viggen. Is it in 1/48? I've got my Stör Viggen (scroll down the page) in November and I'll avoid that splinter camo and will go for the same camo as on my Gripen above. But I have no plans when I build it. I guess the next jet that I'll build will not be a Saab ....
Talking about splinter camo, since early 2018 I have a norwegian Leopard 1 with 4-tone splinter camo on my bench and for this year I have plans to build the new finnish K9 "Moukari" howitzer, which has 3-tone splinter camo ....

Torsten
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Posted: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - 06:28 AM UTC
Torsten! I'm happy to see it finished and you nailed the colours! Looking forward to the two-seater.



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Nicccceee Torsten! Just one question remains! When are you building a Viggen? I'm in the midst of putting one together (again I got it in pieces) as a commission build but I'm chickening out on the outstanding camo scheme they wore and going for the more mundane and less expensive two tone grey. I'd love to see you complete your Tour De Force of Saab aircraft. But more importantly I'm really interested in seeing your take on it.
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Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 10:41 AM UTC
That's beautiful, Torsten!

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Anyway, as I mentioned earlier "Back to the bench!" and finally I can show you my first finished model in 2019. It's the Saab JAS 39 A "Gripen" from Italeri in 1/48. Yes, another Saab ....





.... the Gripen was designed to replace the J35 Draken and the J37 Viggen in the Royal Swedish Air Force. First flight of the Gripen was in 1988 and after some changes it entered service in 1996. Upgraded variants, featuring more advanced avionics and adaptations for longer mission times, began entering service in 2003. The Gripen is powered by one Volvo Aero RM12 engine with a thrust of 80,5 kN with and 54 kN without afterburner. The maximum weight of the aircraft is 14.000 kg and the maximum speed is 2.130 km/h. The only internal weapon (only the single seater) is a Mauser BK 27 with 120 rounds (same as in the Eurofighter) but it can carry rockets and bombs on 6 hardpoints. The Gripen is also an international success. Beside Sweden it is also used in the air forces of Czech Republic, Hungary, South Africa and Thailand. Brasil has placed an order for 36 Gripen which will be assembled at Embraer in Brasil, delivery starting in late 2018. But there are further nations interested in the aircraft. Probably Argentinia will buy some brazilian Gripen. Botswana also intends to buy the aircraft and Austria, Bulgaria, Finland and the Philippines are other interested nations ....






.... I have built aircraft "42" of Flygflottilj 7, based in Satenäs in southern central Sweden in 2010 ....





.... the Italeri kit is now about 15 years old and has quite some fitting issues. So there are some gaps to fill where the wings meet the fuselage and the canopy doesn't fill well to the fuselage. But the cockpit doesn't look good enough to be left open, so I closed it and fixed the canopy the best I could to the fuselage. The radome also doesn't fit well to the fuselage but after a lot of test fitting I can live with the result now. I've put fishing lead in the nose, not to have a tailsitter. So far the nose landing gear looks strong enough to carry the weight. After many fitting problems I had with it, now that the kit is finished, the Gripen looks fine to me. We will probably never see her fly with this ordnance but I put everything under the wings that this kit offers. So beside the centerline fuel tank we see the Saab Bofors-Diehl BGT-RBS 15 anti ship rocket (dark grey) and the Saab RB75 anti tank rocket (white). On the outsides of the wings are Saab RB74, a swedish licence of the AIM9 Sidewinder ....






.... Italeri offers 2 swedish decal versions for this kit and one for the Czech Air Force. Of course I have chosen one of the "Tre Kronor" birds. Though the decals are 15 years old now, they went on well and didn't give me problems, also didn't overturn. The paints I used came mainly from Vallejo and here I send a big thanks to Magnus Fridsell for his help to lead me into the right direction with the camouflage. For the underside I have used No. 71046 Pale Grey Blue, which comes close to FS 36473 and for the upperside I have chosen No. 71120 Dark Ghost Grey (FS 36320). I hope this comes close to the real deal. And as we all know it's always the metamerism of the paints that makes things look different in different lights. So I'm pretty satisfied with my painting result. There's another Gripen on my workbench right now. After a big paint desaster the twin seater will be ready in a few days.

Again I say "tack sa mycket!" for walking around the latest member of my "Plastic Air Force" and hope you've enjoyed it.

Happy modelling!
Torsten
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Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 07:26 AM UTC
Thanks for posting, Fred. I live in Karlsruhe and believe it or not, every morning on my way to work I cross the gate of former Metz Feuerwehrgeräte GmbH Karlsruhe, who since a few years belong to Rosenbauer International AG. The name Metz is worldwide known to fire fighters. Today the company is called Rosenbauer Karlsruhe GmbH. Sorry, the side is only in german. I often see new fire fighting trucks standing there for so many different countries. Just a few days ago I waved hello to some czech fire fighters who proudly got their new red/white truck.
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Torsten,

not a 'wingy thingy' but you have a photo of some, above:



1/72.

https://www.kitmaker.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=30920

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Thanks Fred! Glad you like my little tour around the airports. I'm not a professional airline spotter, don't have the equipment, so these are only snapshots I can take, whenever I'm on an airport. Never seen a Martinair 747, so I had to google for it. Nice livery. I have only 1 airliner in my stash, it's an Airbus A320 of Lufthansa, the one I usually fly with when I'm away for New Years Eve. You're right, I should tackle it ....

Anyway, Vilnius (VNO) is a nice little airport with only 14 gates in total. So, if you don't find your plane on time, it's your fault, not theirs ....

As I said, it was snowing a lot since the morning of 31. December in Vilnius, so there was quite some snow to remove from run- and taxiways. Here waits an ATR 72 of Norra Nordic Regional Airlines (Finland) for its passengers ....

.... just arrived at the gate has this Norwegian Boeing 737 ....

.... wíth Hans Christian Oersted as tailart ....

.... I pushed the button a moment too late for this Boeing 737 from Air Baltic (Latvia), taxiing to the runway ....

.... but here I got her right on time ....

.... push back for an Austrian Embraer 195 on its way home to Vienna ....

.... never saw this aircraft before, a Sukhoi Superjet 100 from Aeroflot, which just arrived in Vilnius ....

.... my bird of the day taxiing to Gate 11, Airbus A320-200 from Lufthansa (code D-AIUL) ....

.... safety first, our aircraft was completly de-iced from front to back. Sorry for the fuzzy photo, seat 20F had a dirty window ....

.... standing beside the taxiway I saw this Airbus A 310 from ULS Cargo (Turkey) ....

.... finally some in flight impressions ....

.... over northern Poland ....

.... and just minutes away from Frankfurt ....


There's not much traffic on a small airport like VNO within 2 hours, but I hope, you enjoyed flying with me. And now, as Damian said somwhere above "Back to the bench!"

Always happy landings!
Torsten
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Torsten,

Thanks for the tours of the airports. I like the Lansen, too.

Looking forward to your airline model. One of my roommates from my "freight dog" days now flys Boeing 747-400BCFs for Martinair Holland. They would make a pretty model if you like red.
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Hi folks!
Been away for a few days and just returned yesterday evening. My destination for this years New Years Eve celebrations was ....

.... the outbound airport was as usual Frankfurt International (FRA) and I had some time to watch airliners taxiing. Would like to share some of the photos I made and must excuse again for some reflections as I had some disturbing lights around me.
First one in front of my little camera was this United Boeing 777 ....

.... a quick pass made another Boeing 777 from Emirates ....

.... Airbus A320 from Austrian ....

.... towing service for a huge Lufthansa Boeing 747-400 in the old livery ....

.... A 321 from Aegean (Greece) ....

....touch down for a Boeing 747 in the new Lufthansa livery (I like the old one more) ....

.... suddenly these guys appeared near the runway. They waited for a Lufthansa flight and when the plane landed it was funny to see them chasing after it ....

.... but it seems to be nothing serious as the fire fighters drove back to their base a few minutes later. Maybe just an ill passenger or a smoking cable ....

.... another big bird is this A 340 from Lufthansa ....

.... an Airbus A 319 from Tunisair ....

.... here comes an A 330 from Turkish Airlines ....

.... my bird of the day was this Lufthansa Airbus A 320-200 (code D-AIUA), which brought me savely to the lithuanian capital ....

.... while we were waiting for the "clear for take-off" I saw another Austrian, this time an Embrear 195 ....

.... first airliner I saw when we arrived at Vilnius was this A 321 from Wizzair (Hungary). Same day, only 2 hours later and finally there is some snow ....


I have taken some more photos on my return day but still have to sort them out. So I'll show a few more this weekend. And believe me, there was snow, a lot of snow ....

Always happy landings!
Torsten
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Posted: Monday, June 12, 2017 - 11:46 AM UTC
A lovely collection of model Torsten, well photographed too.
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Magnus, thanks for your feedback. I'm glad you like the result of my effort. And thanks again for your help. Really appreciated!

Torsten