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Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Dragos, Jan 17, 2008.
My next project is a Focke-Wulf FW-42
The wing and the engine
I've started the design of the propeller but I have a dilemma: to make 3 or 4 blades?
New model comming soon: the Vympel R-27/AA-10 "Alamo" air-to-air missile
The model is unfolded
Did you finished the propeller ?
Yes , and the model also in this thread: http://www.zealot.com/forum/showthread.php?t=166678&highlight=Focke
The model isavailable in the Download area
Miles M.52 was a british supersonic project from the 40's.
The fuselage and wings are ready
That's a really interesting looking British X-plane you have going there, Dragos. Is the wider ring just behind the cockpit glazing the intake for an internal jet engine? I'd like to take a crack at building this one. Looking forward to your continued development.
I'm glad you want to try it I will send you the file ASAP, if you will send trough an PM your email adress.
Many thanks Dragos. I will send you a PM. I have built a few other British experimental airplanes from WWII in 1/72, so this will be a welcome addition. I did a little research on the M.52 after seeing your thread - a very interesting bird. I think the usual British experimental colors of yellow underside with camouflage topside was very eyecatching on this particular airplane. I'll be interested to see which livery you selected. Thanks again for your development of a model of this little known aircraft.
I've fixed the problems and I've uploaded the file in the download area. Enjoy it!
Building thread here: http://www.zealot.com/forum/showthread.php?t=170275
O.K., I just read through this thread and it looks like you put out the models quicker than I could read it. I have never seen this kind of proficiency, it's awesome. The subject matter rules too.
My first civilian airplane: the Brown B-1 Racer
I've made the first segment