Hanriot HD-1 from Modelik

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  1. Dragos

    Dragos Active Member

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    1. Model Subject : Hanriot HD-1
    2. Scale : 1:33
    3. Publisher and model number : Modelik 14/2004
    4. Designer if available : Gabriel Panait & Janusz OleĊ›

    The model looks simple to build ,it has 2 sheets with pieces, but it's not quite like this because the instructions aren't very clear. Here is the building thread : http://forum.zealot.com/t158401/
    The model can be build in couple of hours and in the end it is kinda fragile because it doesn't have a internal structure, but it's a beautiful airplane. The most dificult part has been the insertion of the wires because as I've said it is fragile.

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  2. foreigndevil

    foreigndevil New Member

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    Nice job. Is the grass printed as mentioned in the other thread?
  3. Dragos

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    Yes , the grass is printed.
  4. cdavenport

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    Printed grass

    Where can I get the printed grass? I have a simple technique for making it 3D.
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  6. cdavenport

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    Thank you, Dragos!
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    foreigndevil New Member

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    Thanks! That's a great site!:thumb:
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    Here's a little trick for you all. If you want to make the grass look 3D, brush on a coat of Elmer's school glue (white PVA, which dries clear), a small section at a time. Then sprinkle some finely ground herbs on top. Not only does it smell great, but when you photograph the model, it looks as if it is parked in grass!