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Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by yaniv, Dec 1, 2006.
rhan i start glue the parts
useing super glue
left and right seats
Since you now have a very wonderful panel, why not take the time and cut out the belts and seat pad and make them 3D to match.
This is going to be a great model and I'm glad you got brave enough to start............. I'm not so brave:grin:
It's looking good!
jhon u sat
why not take the time and cut out the belts and seat pad and make them 3D to match.
u can sow me some pic how to do it?
You could cut out some strips of newspaper and paint them olive drab, and then add cut out buckles to place on the ends, the seat cushion can be cut out card, painted in a leather or other cushion type color. The belts should be "wrinkled" a bit to give them a little sag. Or print out the page below in A4 .
Whoops... someone beat me to the punch.
Yes you could print out that sheet and carefull add the pieces to draw out more detail.
thanks alot ppl i going to tray it
thats the one i have
wow i am so need to found the guts for it
what we have so far...
thats what we have for now
the 75% of the cockpit
i not like mach the reasolt its not like we use to see on the halinski models
and the news gpm and some meny more
its just out of diteling
That is one GREEEEEEN cockpit must be a night flight heh heh looking good so far! Thanks for sharing.
thanks for the good word my friend
but the cockpit parts not that fix good and thats way i not like him
hope in the end to gave him mach more life
Nice Looking Build!
WOW that part whas realy hard to make...
gonna put in some glass? looks good!
yes on the glass i will work tommarow
i plan to print the some part i have from scenning this part and make it over regular a4 paper
than conect the glass on the outside of the part and than conect all under the original part
so the all part will be like a sendwich
mybe i will tray also make ather 1 and glue its all with super glue than to shaff and paint it with silver color all over and gave it a look of plastic part
As do I! Looks good for now, best of luck with the glass!