P-35 eversky (by Modelik)

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by chmielm, Jan 10, 2006.

  1. chmielm

    chmielm Member

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    Dear all,

    This is my first relation from building the card model.
    I wanted to enjoy some nice and easy model.
    I choose P35 Seversky released by Modelik (Polish manufacturer)

    Please find attached some photos:
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    Please give me your comments, remarks and suggestions
  2. Rick Thomson

    Rick Thomson Member

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    Looking good, hard to believe it is your first card model.
  3. Kevin G

    Kevin G Member

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    Looks alot better than my first model did!
    Keep up the great work and share some more pics with us when you can.
  4. sparrowhawk

    sparrowhawk Member

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    Hey, I got that kit on the shelf too, as this is the granddaddy of the P-47 Thunderbolt and it also has got some of the glory of the Golden Age of air racing. Looking forward to see your building report continue.

    Greetings, Martin
  5. chmielm

    chmielm Member

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    Finally i found some time to sit down and glue paper;-)
    Model is quite nice designed, i have no found major problems.

    Looking forward to Yours opinions.

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  6. bfam4t6

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    Wow Michal! Your engine cowling turned out great. What did you coat it in to make it shiny? Did you simply use red paint? That is very nice work for a first model, and being your first, your skill can only get better. I look forward to watching your progress with this model and hopefully with others down the road.

    Best Regards,
    Dustin Basler
  7. cardmodeler

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    Love the model! The P-35 is one of my favorites. Looks to me like it's coming along nicely. Keep the photos coming, I want to see the finished product!
  8. chmielm

    chmielm Member

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    Looks like the model is almost finished. I have to cover some white spaces with silver paint and cover in with colorless emalia.

    Please find some photos

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    See You next time ;-)
  9. barry

    barry Active Member

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    p35

    Good looking model.

    A shaped cocktail stick inside the blade halves would fill out the prop blades a bit more.

    Look forward to the next one
  10. Bowdenja

    Bowdenja Active Member

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    OOOOOOOH............ that's what you are suppossed to use cocktail sticks for..............:twisted:
  11. Ashrunner

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    Nice build. I have the FG version in the wings here. Might have to look into the Modelik version.