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Ermiloff

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About Ermiloff

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    MCM Member

Previous Fields

  • Are You Human?
    yes
  • Scale I Build
    1:24

Profile Information

  • Location
    Moscow
  • Full Name
    Sergey Ermilov
  1. Post a cool model pic

    I'll tell you a secret - this is not a model ... it's a toy! But this is the old photo version 1.0, on the previous photos version 1.1
  2. Collection pics!

    Thank you Peter! I think I'm just like everyone else, everyone can do the same (my models are not absolutely perfect). The main approach is to set a goal(a model like a real car) and you do everything to achieve this goal (looking on the photo of the real car, you improve every visible minor trifle). Even if you never reach the goal, it helps to create models better and better. And if something does not work to build, I'm looking for other ways, means and materials.
  3. Collection pics!

    My 1\24 collection.
  4. Post a cool model pic

  5. Nissan Skyline R33 GT-R (Tamiya 1/24)

    Thanks for the kind words, I'm glad that you liked. a small piece of black stretched plastic sprue, glued after installing the whiper.
  6. The car number 3. Added: the ends of the rear bumper and side skirts with imitation mountings, removable lockers in the wheel arches, missing in the kit rear wiper with rear window washer nozzle, nipples, antenna, door locks, belts with locks in the interior, the ignition switch, outer "corners" of the rear side windows. Modified: the wheels (disks and tires), all optics in 3D, the geometry of the side skirts is corrected (rounding under the bottom instead of straight vertical ones and fixing them to the bottom for the correct shape and fitting to the lockers), front wipers, suspension, wheelbase, panel lines, the base of the spoiler (the fitting to the body) is trimmed, the decals are converted into labels (glued parts). Replaced: brake discs, exhaust nozzles, windshield washer nozzles, two GT-R emblems on metal decals from Hobby Design. Color Nissan "Spark Silver" (KL0, slightly modified). Primer, paint and varnish (HS) are automotive. I apologize for my English, I hope everything is clear, this is a difficult text for Google translator. "Photostudio" with equipment And three brothers together.