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Hi there !

I've just finished my second model kit and I'd like to know what you think about it.
It's based on a design sketch of Ben Mauro and is in 1:35 scale.
The finished model is about 17.5cm long (about 7").





 

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This looks nice and original. Well sculpted too. I too would like to see it glued and painted, a good paint job would really make it stand out for your promotional needs. Good detail in the cockpit as well.

Yes, I like the pilot too.
 

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Thank you guys ! :)
Yes this is a model kit that I am about to start selling. More infos very soon on my site.
I've not painted it yet, but here is an illustration painted by Ben Mauro that will be on the box cover of the kit. I love this painting scheme.



On his web site you can see his original design sketch that I've then modified to make the Markov.
 

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Carson Dyle said:
I've been following this project over on the RI. Beautiful work. Please keep us posted re: the kit's availability.
Hi ! Nice to meet you here !
I'm waiting for decals and I'm finishing the instructions.
It will be on sale very soon.

Tim Nolan said:
I'm not familiar with the vehicle, but I really like the look of it! What's it from? Nice work at any rate!
As I said, it is based on an original design by Ben Mauro. I then modified its design a bit to make it less bulky.

PerfesserCoffee said:
It reminds me of a far more refined and sensible version of the racers in Star Wars Episode I.
Uhm... maybe yes, if you attach the external engines to the side of the racer pods.
For me it is more a futuristic rendition of the '50s american muscle cars.
 
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