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Saab 21R (1947) was a Swedish twin-boom fighter/attack aircraft made by Saab. It was a jet-powered development of the piston-engined Saab 21 which along with the Russian Yakovlev Yak-15 was one of the only two jet fighters successfully converted from a piston-powered aircraft to enter production

Saab 21R (1947) was a Swedish twin-boom fighter/attack aircraft made by Saab. It was a jet-powered development of the piston-engined Saab 21 which along with the Russian Yakovlev Yak-15 was one of the only two jet fighters successfully converted from a piston-powered aircraft to enter production

"Fairchild A-10A Euro 1" 1/48 Tamiya. Modeler Frédéric Mertès #scalemodel #plastimodelismo #miniatura #miniature #miniatur #maqueta #maquette #modelismo #plastickits #usinadoskits #udk #tamiya

"Fairchild A-10A Euro 1" 1/48 Tamiya. Modeler Frédéric Mertès #scalemodel #plastimodelismo #miniatura #miniature #miniatur #maqueta #maquette #modelismo #plastickits #usinadoskits #udk #tamiya

There are parts of an aircraft model where you can get away with mistakes. The canopy is never one of them. Spots of glue or squiggly framework on clear parts can spoil a model more surely than anything. But if you’ve ever loused one up, you are in excellent company. That’s why you read so many articles and tips about it. Here are three of the most common — and reliable — ways of masking a canopy for painting.

There are parts of an aircraft model where you can get away with mistakes. The canopy is never one of them. Spots of glue or squiggly framework on clear parts can spoil a model more surely than anything. But if you’ve ever loused one up, you are in excellent company. That’s why you read so many articles and tips about it. Here are three of the most common — and reliable — ways of masking a canopy for painting.