I’ve recently been bitten by a desire to build a few things without propellers (or with propellers facing the wrong way), but I’m also kinda sorta engrossed in two big 1/32 builds.
Don’t want to crowd the bench with another big build…so instead I’ve decided to veer wildly in the exact opposite direction and build a pair of Eduard’s tiny 1/144 MiG-21MFs.
They don’t really look too tiny in that picture, do they? Small, but not “wait, what am I thinking?” small.
Yeah, about that.
These things are tiny. Seriously tiny. As in…about the size of a business card.
So why not toss in some intricate marking options? My plans right now are to build this Czech number with the goofy smile…
And this…dare I say it timeless example from the Polish Air Force.
You know, I like Poland and have a weird draw toward Polish subjects from World War II right up to today. But every time I see that insignia much first, kneejerk thought is “oh, it’s the Purina Air Force!”
Okay! Now that I’m sure I’ve offended someone, I have to admit tackling those schemes in kits the size of a business card is a little bit terrifying. But hey…that’s why I stand by this:
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