AH-64D, F-16C, Mig 1.44, Yak 141 and Fiat G-91

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by shika, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. shika

    shika Member

    All in 1/144 (Try to)

    Let's started with Hoppeko Paper Model
    US Army AH-64D Apache Longbow

    The original scale is 1/72, I reduced to 1/144.
    It is really painful and I need to use tweezers to hold and fold.

    I still need to paint the curb, I'll do that later.

    Well, doing the 1/144 scale, I realize that several years from now,
    I don't think my eye can do this size anymore.

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  2. shika

    shika Member

    Ojimak's F-16C Thunderbirds No.2 , Still 4 more to go.

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  3. shika

    shika Member

    Yakolev Yak-141, Russian VTOL, Ojimak

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  4. shika

    shika Member

    Ojimak's Mig 1.44 The original color is yellow. But I like it grey.
    I'll fix the red star color later.

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  5. shika

    shika Member

    Italian Freece Tricolori (Three-color arrows)
    Fiat G-91 by Ojimak

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  6. shika

    shika Member


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  7. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Those planes and helicopter are so small and finely built! Very nice! :)
  8. shika

    shika Member

    Thank you Zathros,

    I painted curb to and get AH-64D done.

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  9. cafe

    cafe Member

    I really like the F-16!
  10. freddyman

    freddyman newbie

    i like the mig 1.44. i acculy did not know that plane existed utill a few months ago. love the apache as well
  11. micahrogers

    micahrogers Active Member

    I love the Mig as well, Nicely done :thumb:
  12. Rhaven Blaack

    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator

    You did a GREAT job on all of the models. I especially like the US Army AH-64D Apache Longbow.

    IF you keep this up, you will qualify for the micro-machine club.sign1

    Keep up the GREAT work.
  13. MilanX3

    MilanX3 Member

    This is an absolutely wonderful kit.

    There are finally modellers making this interesting jets, only available in kit form from Anigrand in 1:72 resin for an equivalent price...So Ojimak is another contender?

    Is it also in 1/144..i assume so. Did you also have the scale this kit down from 1/72, are Ojimak kits this size always?

    Thanks, look forward to more Red Stars for you!


  14. shika

    shika Member

    Merci Cafe,

    Thank you freddyman, micahrogers, Rhaven Blaack and MilanX3.


    Ojimak designed paper plane templates and some of his designs available for download.

    This Yak-141 original scale is 1/70. Ojimak design always vary, 1/60, 1/70, 1/90, etc.

    For me, since I started model collecting from the pre-painted plastic model with the scale of 1/144. So, I try to make paper models in 1/144 too by selecting the %reduction of scale when I print. (Need to calculate how much I should scale down, it's not exact but still o.k.)
  15. MilanX3

    MilanX3 Member

    Thanks for the note Shika!

    So is Ojimak a member on the forum or the name of a model company? I see many on the airplane forum have made his kits. 1/70 is my preference in any case...is there a place where there is a list of Ojimak kits available...I too am a fan of Russian airplanes!


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