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Please, let me share with you something "different"....

October 23 2007 at 9:29 AM

CMT Arturo Navarro.  (Login CMT.Arturo.Navarro)
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...My friend and fellow modeller Ricardo RodrĂ­gues Ramos is a very bizarre modeler. He's alway trying to achieve "different models" in what he calls "technical exercises". And believe me, he gets what he wants. This time, he' used the good Accurate Miniatures' 1/48 Sturmovik, but left the paved way sometime ago...And here you are the resulting plane: No weathering or expensive aftermarkets here. Just lot of imagination and an open minded artist's hand. I hope you'll like it as much as I do.....













 
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Gerald Voigt
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Now Thats A Modeler...

October 23 2007, 9:41 AM 

Using whats provided and maximizing its potential without extras. I just stare in amazement.

 
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James Ashton
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Oh! WOW!!! That is incredible ......

October 23 2007, 9:42 AM 

simply amazing paintwork Arturo. Tell your friend to show us some more....


    
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Don Fogal
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Words fail me... I'm speechless...

October 23 2007, 9:47 AM 

...And that is rare..hahha
Beautiful craftsmenship.

Semper Fi, Don

 
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Victor Scheuerman
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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!; I cannot...

October 23 2007, 10:01 AM 

believe how great that looks.

Cheers, Vic

 
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Bud Highleyman
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Stunning.....just stunning

October 23 2007, 10:04 AM 

your friend has done a spectacular job. I love the portrayal of the plywood sheathing on the fuselage and wings. The finishes are just spot on.

I am going to hang up my tools now and take of knitting.

"I can only please one person a day. Today is not your day. Tomorrow's not looking too good either." - anon

 
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Serge Dompierre
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70.81.75.214

same comments as you Bud...

October 23 2007, 4:33 PM 

and same decision about my favorite hobby, I will drop all of my hobby tools and becoming to play with plasticine and carved some wood figures. LOL

 
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JRG
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70.224.71.113

Fantastic model.

October 23 2007, 10:11 AM 

Well, sir, that is just brilliant! Technically and imaginitively that is as good as it can be. Congratulations. Fantastic model.

 
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Don Salluste
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81.241.138.40

An excellent and original work

October 23 2007, 10:19 AM 

Very very nice model, beautiful pics also.

 
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Brano
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I am floored! Amazing!!!

October 23 2007, 10:22 AM 

Wow, what a paintjob!
Thanks for sharing.
Brano

 
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Hubert Ortinger
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79.208.205.23

You raised the bar extremly high!

October 23 2007, 10:36 AM 

Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
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John Alexander
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Holy expletive!!!

October 23 2007, 10:42 AM 

That is, hands down, the best IL-2 I have ever seen!

John

 
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rocat
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80.181.134.78

It is just wonderful! n/t

October 23 2007, 10:45 AM 

..

 
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Lynn
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only thing I can say...

October 23 2007, 10:46 AM 


 
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alan smith
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stormovik

October 23 2007, 10:51 AM 

Well! The representation of the plywood coverings is absolutely fantastic, I wish I could aspire to that. Congratulations Alan F. Smith

 
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MichiganPete
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74.127.65.140

Okay, now THAT'S cool!!

October 23 2007, 10:53 AM 

That's one of the better models I've seen lately. What a fantastic idea!

MP

 
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Mike Moore
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Reminiscent of Roy Sutherland's Mossie...

October 23 2007, 10:59 AM 

But brand spankin' new before paint. It's very cool and a great idea. I like it a lot!

Mike Moore

 
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Kevin Martin
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68.73.115.103

NOW THAT'S WHAT I'M TALK'IN BOUT!

October 23 2007, 11:08 AM 

Incredible and inspiring. I love it and am right clicking everything. And then I'm going back to building my pissy little models.


    
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Greg
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82.4.172.173

That's just amazing...

October 23 2007, 11:10 AM 

Incredible paintwork

 
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jean Barby
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I have promised....

October 23 2007, 11:17 AM 

to my Italian friends not to swear anymore, but, Holly crap it is going to be hard when I see that "thing"! Originality is something quite rare those days, but when it marries with elegance, it is first class. many thanks for sharing Arturo. Jean.

 
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