Su-33 Flanker D Russian Navy Carrier-Borne Fighter Hasegawa 1/72

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORK AIRCRAFT RUSSIA

I made a Russian fighter plane in April 2015.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 BOX PACKAGEThe other day, I went to the hobby shop near my house to purchase the color of Merkava IV now I’m making, but unfortunately, it’s out of stock so I had an impulse purchase for this Flanker D. Since I made F-15E, I would like to make another Jet Fighter.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGFirstly opened the box and I was amazed the main parts were large. The trial assembly seems no problem. I wonder what is the best way, best order to assemble efficiently.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGThe backside main wing joint is too big, maybe about 0.6mm. I’ll file it a little before the adhesive joint.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGAnyway, I blew the cockpit in interior color. I mistook the sheet is in dark color really so I’ll repaint it later.
(18-March-2015)

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGThis kit is included in many kinds of weapons, I try to make it fully armed. The combination of the weapon layout is complicated, I referred to the chart in the manual. I decided to mount the R-27R, R-27ET, R73, and B-8. I should decide which weapon to amount this timing of the latest.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGIt’s not related to the modeling, I purchased the GTX960 PC video card. It seems eight times faster the drawing speed improvement than my CPU onboard HD4600. It is inspiring that the 3D games I only bought no played are so smooth moving! For example, Tomb Raider is more interesting than playing on the rough screen…

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGI wonder about the effective order of assembly, now painting tire wheels, engine nacelle, and lever in the cockpit. Anyway, I can not move to the next step without paint inside of the air intake.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGI’ve painted in Mr.Color mat white first, but it’s not a good enough cover of gray, I used the Mr. Color GX1 Cool White because the hiding power was better.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGI glanced at first before starting, my impression of 1/72 is easy, this kit has many parts and the process is difficult for airplane model beginners. I need to recognize the type of pylon and weapon combination after cutting off from the runner. Pylon and the body, lower surface are the same color, it’s probably easy painting after attaching them.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGI attached air intake to the body without a big problem. Many curved parts became one beautiful form finally, it’s beautiful. I opened the pylon holes underside of the main wing at this timing The marks on the wing indicate the location of holes.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGWell, before painting, I assembled as much as I can. I wonder retry painting the inner of the air intake, it’s not smooth white.
(09-April-2015)

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGNow it’s late timing but I put the seat in the cockpit now. Almost all of the cockpit area is invisible and leave it, now I worked a seat belt made from the lead plate.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 MAKINGIntroduction paint is white parts, I masked the canopy by masking tape and sol.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGCut out the paper and masking. I got used to doing masking and became interesting as a paper cutout. I thought this green kneaded eraser is useful for this masking, but it’s too elastic and not suitable for detailed work.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGThe backside is this, I felt it’s spending much tape.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGAt first, I felt the cutout is interesting and now complicated. I suppose it’s easier to copy the painting guide blowing up for the masking sheet.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGThinking about the efficiency of masking, the first paint color light blue is better in basic color due to the masking pattern. My procedure has become very difficult.
Light Blue has dropped the saturation to mix the other two colors moderately. Now light blue is good matching with other colors in harmony.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGIt’s past complicated and now chaos. It’s not so easy like the spitfire camouflage pattern that I worked on before.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGI wonder I could blow the pattern feeling nice. There are still painting of the exhaust nozzle and other details. Anyway, finally I beyond the mountain pass…..
(11-April-2015)

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGNow I’m sticking decals and painting detailed points. After painting more of the engine nozzles then it’s completed. Oh, I forgot the rocket pods on the under-right corner photo. This time it’s fully armed and there are kinds of weapons.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGThe underside working. Engine metallic and landing gear red paint, side of the wing silver is by brush. I wonder the engine nozzle painted in silver is good, but it’s better to add darker colors.
(14-April-2015)

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGI painted rocket pods in silver. It’s looking good after pasting 3 small decals. One pod tip forgot to prepare the form sharpness.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 PAINTINGMmmmm…, It’s a big failure. The really last process, peeled off the masking of canopy and inside looks mist over! It’s really shocked me. Considering the causes, too much adhesive used and vaporized one did the tricky things, or I splayed many times and paint mist was into through the narrow gap. Oh, What should I do? The sticky bonded canopy is not coming off easily. I think the solution is a moment. This time also I was at a loss after failed.
(16-April-2015)

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKSu-33, NATO code is Flanker D, was finally completed. The aircraft has been modified to operate the Su-27 on the carrier. Although this kit scale is 1/72, it’s too big to flame on the back screen.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKIf the fight one-to-one against the F-15, maybe the Flanker’s combat ability is better. However, when it is a many-to-many whole system, including AWACS, an advantage is the US side, I suppose.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKAt first, I finished closing the cockpit, but the inside was covered in dust as the making comment. I poured thin adhesive into the joint of the canopy little by little and peeled it off, changed the canopy opened. Once again, I polished the canopy and soon it is shiny, I think the airbrush dry mist was into the cockpit through the canopy gap.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKWell, the cockpit open style is also looking cool. I would like to think it’s better to be well recovered.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKThe Flanker is an especially beautiful curve from the nose to the center. Nickname is Журавлик in Russian, the meaning is the crane cute name. It’s better than NATO code flanker, I feel.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKRussian Navy aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetzov (Адмира́л Кузнецо́в) Aircraft Ser. No.72. The eagle is a trademark. The tricolor flag of Russia is also displayed in parallel with the red star of the Soviet Union.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKA radiation mark is pasted on the side of the Radome. Radiation? I wonder about the electromagnetic waves.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKThe silver part of the wing is bent like a hinge of the door. Stuffed on the deck of the aircraft carrier. The horizontal tail also seems bent as the molds on it.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKEngine nozzles are instructed to paint three metallic colors. I didn’t struggle with this paint if I splayed it earlier. At first, I painted the engine with bright silver, I tried detailed gradation with a brush but it’s difficult.
Painting of the engine is much room for improvement, as F-15E. Although this time I dry brushing the inside of the exhaust nozzle, it became a little more realistic.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKMany detailed paintings were required on the body. It’s better to paint in lacquer-based colors same as base colors. Since the modification is easy in the case of enamel used, and I think it’s no problem when washing after being coated with lacquer clear. Sometimes the enamel paint melting when I washed, the coating was not perfect.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKThis time I set up all pylons in the full weapon. Two outside were R-73 Archer missile, the inside is R-27 Alamo missile, silver is the 80mm rocket pods, four middle is the R-27 Alamo.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKRocket pods should be placed on the third pylon from outside, I mistook it. Better to replace with the R-27 Alamo missile location.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKI did light washing also white missiles. I wonder real missile is new and little weathering is better. I think not used missiles in the mission or training was detached, maybe it’s cleaned by the next time.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKI’m still not familiar with the timing of assembly and painting of jet planes much. But now I’m not having a resistance to the process of mixing paints and assembly.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKThis time also I took large pictures boldly, not afraid to show rough looking. I wonder its strong impression increased that the full armed style, actually it can take off from the carrier.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKI took a photo with the F-15E I made before. The Flanker is a little larger than Eagle.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKComparison is easier to recognize this photo. Display them required a larger space than tanks and ships, my shelves are not so wide so I keep them in my closet as a secret airbase.

SU-33 FLANKER D HASEGAWA 1/72 FINISHED WORKThere were a lot of troubles and mistakes, but trial and error make my affection for this kit. Camouflage paint was difficult, the rare blue colors pattern was a very fresh sense for me. Next time aircraft kit, I would like to finish up with better quality.
(20-April-2015)

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