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Tuesday, August 27th 2019, 4:38am

MiG-29A Fulcrum (9-12) 1:33 Halinski

I've started making small parts, but it's slow.






A frame part with celebrity signatures

K36 ejection seat

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Tuesday, August 27th 2019, 1:19pm

Hello ferrarifan,

your ejection seat is a model itself! Outstanding build! But can you explain the difference between the left and the right seat? Of course the better one is the right, but what is the left one? It is a first build or a seat from another kit or vice versa?

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Wednesday, August 28th 2019, 3:33am

Hello ferrarifan,

your ejection seat is a model itself! Outstanding build! But can you explain the difference between the left and the right seat? Of course the better one is the right, but what is the left one? It is a first build or a seat from another kit or vice versa?

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Hi Gerald
On the left is a replica of the same seat, which will be used in another Sukhoi model of mine. The Su-22 M4 designed by Angraf uses this K36 seat, but the structure it provides is relatively simple. Of course, that's another project in the future.

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Wednesday, August 28th 2019, 12:02pm

Hello ferrarifan,

"Original v. ferrarifan:
...but the structure it provides is relatively simple".

But I would be glad, if I could build such a seat with such simple structures...

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Thursday, August 29th 2019, 3:08am

Continue to update ejection seat






Comparing the design of the same K36 seat in the new Su-22 version of Angraf, if I had not touched Halinski version, I would feel that the design of Angraf is perfect.


By the way, let me show the studio specially decorated for the "Fulcrum project".





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Thursday, August 29th 2019, 3:14am

Hello ferrarifan,

"Original v. ferrarifan:
...but the structure it provides is relatively simple".

But I would be glad, if I could build such a seat with such simple structures...

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Hi Gerald, for my hobby,I tend to do complicated things more often than to pursue simplicity and efficiency. I think a lot of people here have similar ideas with me. Making models out of paper is essentially making complicated things for yourself, isn't it? :P

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Monday, September 16th 2019, 3:20am

I've finished the ejection seat and I'm assembling the frame.



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Tuesday, September 17th 2019, 4:14am

Prepare material and start making canopy cover


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Thursday, September 26th 2019, 2:52am

Keep update canopy cover



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Sunday, September 29th 2019, 4:08am

Canopy cover be designed in a full wrap form, so the transparencies could not be cut along the outer edge of the frame as before, which would result in no space to stick the cross-section parts, as I did.


So I want to remind friends who want to make this model in the future. The film should be cut smaller and leave enough space for the cross-section parts.

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Monday, September 30th 2019, 3:23am

I've just made two almost invisible parts.



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Tuesday, October 8th 2019, 8:04am

I'm still making these tiny parts in the cockpit.


































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Friday, October 11th 2019, 4:42am

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Monday, October 14th 2019, 6:49am

The assembly of the cockpit is nearing completion.







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Monday, October 14th 2019, 1:16pm

Hello Ferrarifan,

unbelieveable ! What a lot of details and superbly executed.

Can´t wait to see the next steps !

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Tuesday, October 15th 2019, 4:51am

Hello Ferrarifan,

unbelieveable ! What a lot of details and superbly executed.

Can´t wait to see the next steps !

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Hi Zaphod, to be honest, I admire Halinski's designer, who can design a paper model to such a precise degree that he has extraordinary perseverance. Of course, it's also a test for me.This is a limited version of the model, and it is almost the most expensive aircraft paper model at present, it represents the cost of design, or value for money. I see that the Fulcrum of the new version 2-3/2018 is on the market and the price is higher. I feel that the Fulcrum of the new USSR AF logo will be more elaborate than the current version, so its price will be higher.

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Tuesday, October 15th 2019, 12:31pm

Hello Ferrarifan,


as far as I know the 2018-edition ist in essence the 2013 one. Different color-scheme of course and my retailers says they have different ordenance for the wing-pylons:

2 x R-73 Wympel (NATO-Code: AA-11 „Archer“)
2 x R-60 Wympel (NATO-Code: AA-8 „Aphid“)
2 x R-27R Wympel (DIA-Code: AA-10, NATO-Code: Alamo)


My retailer offers both versions at the same price (84 EUR for the basic model).

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Wednesday, October 16th 2019, 7:27am

Hello Ferrarifan,


as far as I know the 2018-edition ist in essence the 2013 one. Different color-scheme of course and my retailers says they have different ordenance for the wing-pylons:

2 x R-73 Wympel (NATO-Code: AA-11 „Archer“)
2 x R-60 Wympel (NATO-Code: AA-8 „Aphid“)
2 x R-27R Wympel (DIA-Code: AA-10, NATO-Code: Alamo)


My retailer offers both versions at the same price (84 EUR for the basic model).

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Hi Zaphod,
R-27R Wympel (DIA-Code: AA-10, NATO-Code: Alamo) invisible in my version. But the biggest difference seems to be the serial number of the limited printing :) Anyway, I think the design level of this model represents the peak of this period, and it is worth making one.
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Monday, October 21st 2019, 7:54am

The front nose was made, and a small magnet was embedded in the frame. It will be used to absorb the whole nose part on the bady








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Monday, October 28th 2019, 4:05am

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Monday, October 28th 2019, 1:43pm

Hello Ferrarifan

good progress with the nose! Do you know what kind of radioactive substances were in it?

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Wednesday, November 6th 2019, 4:13am

Hello Ferrarifan

good progress with the nose! Do you know what kind of radioactive substances were in it?

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Hi Zaphod,

I guess it's a microwave like transmitter.It can be used to heat a hamburger or a glass of milk Maybe there's something more mysterious :P

I've been so busy with my work recently that I've been unable to model for the past week and will be in the same predicament for the coming week

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