BAe-146 1:72

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Cybermac, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. Cybermac

    Cybermac Member

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    Hi all!

    Having a break from B-737, I started designing of BAe-146.
    Model is scaled up to 1:36 (2x1:72) to get a better resoults.
    And here are some photos...

    Best regards to all designers!

    Cybermac:wave:

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  2. Cybermac

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    w-f

    Hi all!

    Now I am working on wing-fuselage section.
    To do that I made a special structure. I will try to stretch the cardboard to get the exact shape.

    Best regards! :wave:

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  3. GarageSymfony

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    Outstanding, Cyber. I can't wait to see more of this one.
  4. Cybermac

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    w-f_part_2

    Hi all!

    Thanks for your kind words GarageSymfony:thumb:

    And here it is...
    (just some small adjustements on the back and should be OK)

    As I remember it took me almost a year (!!!) to make a similar part fot B-737, now just a couple of days... Hurray!!!:mrgreen:

    Best regards!

    Cybermac:wave:

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  5. Ponytail

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    Hello Cybermac,
    That's what you get when one becomes an experienced, talented and gifted designer.... and you're still growing!
    Looks very sharp.
    Will the final model be upscaleable till say around 1:33 ?

    Greetings
    PT
  6. Cybermac

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    1:33

    Many thanks Ponytail!

    Yes - the model will be upscaleable till 1:33:thumb:

    My main target is 1:72 (because of small room, small laptop and small printer:mrgreen:), but as all my BAe-146 design is being done in 1:36 there shouldn't be any problem to do 1:33 if only somebody will be interested.

    By the way here is the lenght of the model (BAe-200/RJ85):

    1:72 - 39.72cm
    1:36 - 79.44cm
    1:33 - 86.67cm

    Best regards!

    Cybermac:wave:
  7. Cybermac

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    main gear cover

    Hi everyone!

    I have just managed to do the maing gear covering parts which are looking just like here...

    Cybermac:wave:

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  8. Cybermac

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    Fuselage

    Hello!

    For the very first time I put together all pieces of the fuselage and it is... REALLY BIG!:mrgreen:

    It is more than 70cm long and is almost as long as my desk!:)
    (the drawing on the top is 1:72)

    Cybermac:wave:

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  9. Cybermac

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    engine

    Hello everyone!

    Here is the engine with its special oval shape.
    (The middle three sections will become the one piece with a two cuts from the bottom after I will do some 'digital magic':mrgreen:)

    All the best!

    Cybermac :wave:

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    Very impressive.