What is it?

Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by shoki2000, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. shoki2000

    shoki2000 Active Member

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    Ok,
    Who can identify this "something" 8)
  2. rickstef

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    it's a wing tip

    Rick
  3. cardfan

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    Ok Rick,

    We think way too much alike. Except I would have said a "paper" wingtip...
  4. Darwin

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    RICK WINS!
  5. shoki2000

    shoki2000 Active Member

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    Nope 8)
    But it does belong to a plane :D
  6. rickstef

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    well, i thought I would be helpful :D

    he didn't say we had to ID the rest of the aircraft

    Rick
  7. shoki2000

    shoki2000 Active Member

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    No, it really is not a wingtip :D
    Wingtip is below...

    Since this is sorted out, my question now is to identify this plane 8)
  8. charliec

    charliec Active Member

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    Something just yells WW2 Japanese about the wingtip and horizontal stabiliser. How about one of Kawanishi N1K1 (floatplane) or N1K1-J /N1K2-J (landplanes)? There isn't enough yet to discriminate between these.

    Regards,

    Charlie
  9. shoki2000

    shoki2000 Active Member

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    Getting closer 8)
  10. Ziga

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    Is it Nakajima Ki-44?
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    Hi Mike

    I have not got a clue :lol:
    But two I would like to see: -

    Kawanishi H8K or a Mitsubishi F1M, well your have to wish :lol: .
    (Anyone know of these out there in 1/33)

    Cheers

    Rob
  12. shoki2000

    shoki2000 Active Member

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    Ziga - you guys just spoiled the fun :(

    Znajac odpowiedz z "czarnego" forum, mogliscie sie powstrzymac z podawaniem jej tutaj...
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  13. shoki2000

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    Few photos of the test build plus engine detail...
    Model will have an option to build movable control surfaces and fully detailed engine (or simplified one).
  14. Gil

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    Nice work Michael! Now the question is what is the art department thinking of for paint?

    Gil
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    Nice work MAN

    ARE U GOING TO SELE IT?
  16. shoki2000

    shoki2000 Active Member

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    Guys,
    Credit for the test build goes to the designer, Rafal Ciesielski.
    I will build the finished version :D
    Model should be available in March 2005.

    As for the art department, here it goes...
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    Ahhh...is it a Ki-44?
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