B-737

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by Cybermac, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. Cybermac

    Cybermac Member

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    Pylons..

    Hello!

    The pylons, which I am doing recently, are little bit challenging. Small pieces of cardboard glued inside (yellow shape on the picture) are necessary to reinforce the pylon structure!

    Also, I had to cut a little bit to fit the pylon properly to the wing, and to get a proper position for this part...

    Best regards!

    Cybermac

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  2. Cybermac

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    Hello!

    And here is my 737 as it looks with two engines...

    Cybermac

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  3. Elliott

    Elliott Senior Member

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    Beautiful work!
  4. Ponytail

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    Grandissimo!!!!!!

    :thumb:


  5. cmdr199212

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    Great! When will it be ready to be built by us?
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    peter taft Senior Member

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    Brilliant work, and very accurate - will be nice to see her on her feet and with the livery you want. :thumb:
  7. Cybermac

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    Hello!

    Many thanks guys!

    I am trying to do my best, but with busy days at work (sometimes 15-16h per day!) it's really not easy to say when B-737 will be ready, couple of weeks I would say like...

    Main thing to do - main gear and 'colours':twisted:

    Cybermac
  8. gregh

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    Cybermac, what a super design and build. The grandsons are going to have a blast building it when it becomes available. Thnaks
  9. peter taft

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    You have had to work slowly due to your circumstances, please don't rush round trying to finish her by a certain date or time, keep going at normal pace and she will become one of the FINEST in her category. Very nice work indeed :thumb:
  10. yankeekilo

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    if is not boeing i´m not going!
  11. dudutbrito

    dudutbrito New Member

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    I love your work, congratulations!:thumb:

    Leave a suggestion: 737-200.
  12. luxair_ca

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    hello

    just found your fantastic 737 model. I do fly on the 737 (700 and 800) as a flight attendant...

    has this model already been released somewhere, or is it possible to buy it anywhere.... would not mind building it one day in my airlines color scheme...

    thanks a lot and continue the great work

    Marc
  13. Cybermac

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    Hello everyone!

    Sorry for not being here for such a long time, but it was (and still is) a busy time.

    Now I am transfering all I done onto the paintnet, but it takes a time because I am novice with a 'digital' stuff.
    There is still a lot of work to do so it wasn't published enywhere yet.

    Always nice to see somebody interested in my model!
    Many thanks!:wave:

    Cybermac
  14. luxair_ca

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    @cybermac

    take your time with the model...looking forward to it, when it will be eventually released sometime...

    take care

    Marc
  15. Cybermac

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    Hello!

    Those are the first effects of 'digitalisation'...

    Cybermac:wave:

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    cool plains ...
  17. bonq

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    looks like it will be a great model!
  18. Cybermac

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    flap jack fairings

    Thanks Gentlemen!

    Flap jack fairings - my little progress...
    Just 'only' landing gear left...

    Cybermac:wave:

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  19. Ponytail

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    Classic!

    Very good, Cybermac,

    Good to see your attention for details.
    Where the Pro's often use simple strips you chose to make a real body. :thumb:

    By the way this project is going I think this will be a Classic!
    A Must-build for every airplane-fan. In paper that is.....sign1

    Keep-up this good project!

    Greetings:wave:
    PT
  20. Cybermac

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    Many thanks for your kind words Ponytail!

    I am glad that you noticed that I am trying really hard to give a proper shape to pylons, flap jacks, etc.

    The one I am not happy and I had to 'go on compromise with' is the one below, just because I couldn't find even a single drawing of this part!!!wall1

    Cybermac

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