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Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by PaperAir, Jun 5, 2014.
found this one on the internet forget where.Started on the rear to the front .,
oh i forgot im making it 3 times bigger
this is a one page model.witch works out for me now with all the summer time project
tail is done now on to the wings
one wing done and done for the day .back to this on monday.have a good weekend.
Noce work so far. Looking forward to seeing more progress
thank you freddyman
It looks like you are off to a good start on this project.
I am looking forward to seeing the outcome.
This is really coming out so nice, clean and crisp! I like enlarging models too, though I am very limited in space. Nice bird your building there.
thank you rhaven blaack and zathros.
This is looking nice, very clean, can't wait to see more.
thank you inky
the cube is 3 1/2 inches
wing section is coming together
hafe way there
i put one of the wings on backwards silly me.
It's coming out nice. I would have cut off those tabs and glued strips instead. That would leave the thickness of the paper stepped so the next piece would fit perfectly. That's the problem with tabs, they are on the same plane of the parts you are trying go glue, making a white end of paper show. It is coming out nice though and it is a really nice size model. The designers of these models should get on the ball and start being smart about their designs. A builder goes by the instructions. Having those point tabs to locate is bad design. Your assembly technique makes up for it though. I don't know who designed that model, I have an idea, but am not positively sure. You could make an excellent glider out of that if you set up the wings and C.G. right. Of course, throwing a model is kind of hard to do unless you intend to do that from the beginning. Nice job.
Might I also suggest coloring the edges of the model and tabs to get a much cleaner look. Your making incredible progress and I can't wait to see more