Really neat ScaleR/C Su-27

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  1. Sticky Fingers

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    C O O L ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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    C O O L ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    AWESOME!
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    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    AWESOME!
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    Absolutly amazing.

    Now there is a good example of someone who can dedicate themselves to a task. It only took several years. (I think it's neat that you can see his son get older in the pictures.)
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    Absolutly amazing.

    Now there is a good example of someone who can dedicate themselves to a task. It only took several years. (I think it's neat that you can see his son get older in the pictures.)
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    I noticed the son getting older also! All this and at least two moves to boot! This man is not only a master but about as tenacious as any I've ever seen. The mold making alone is a wonder tutorial in the art. I wonder what Harald's day job is, bet it's closely related to the work shown.

    Thanks Mark for bringing this to the group's attention..., I'll second the absolutely amazing line also.

    Best regards, Gil
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    I noticed the son getting older also! All this and at least two moves to boot! This man is not only a master but about as tenacious as any I've ever seen. The mold making alone is a wonder tutorial in the art. I wonder what Harald's day job is, bet it's closely related to the work shown.

    Thanks Mark for bringing this to the group's attention..., I'll second the absolutely amazing line also.

    Best regards, Gil
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    I also picked up some tips from his build.

    Like running the stringers with the scelation (SP??) of the body instead of a straight line between the formers. This may help me a bit with my current project. Also the way he detailed the aluminum sheets that he applied can easily be done with paper.
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    I also picked up some tips from his build.

    Like running the stringers with the scelation (SP??) of the body instead of a straight line between the formers. This may help me a bit with my current project. Also the way he detailed the aluminum sheets that he applied can easily be done with paper.
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    Can you guys imagine how good the kid will be, being around this skill at his age. The Dad is an artist.
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    Can you guys imagine how good the kid will be, being around this skill at his age. The Dad is an artist.