With a little help

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by René, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. René

    René New Member

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    Hello again :wave:

    after surfing a lot of time in this forum and seeing all this beautiful models and technics to built these models, i´ve decided to try it.

    so there are a few results of this tryings.

    i made them in smaller scales.

    1. Hoovercraft original and 50%. At the little one i doubled up some parts and coulored the edges.

    2. F86 from FG nearly 1/144, but missing the wheels so far.

    3. Mirage 2000 from Ojimak also 1/144

    and a few projects one my workbench.

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  2. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Guest

    nice work! Thanks for sharing :)
    Chris
  3. Nothing

    Nothing Longtime Member

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    nice clean builds.looks great!!
  4. edi

    edi Member

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    great work René, specially because I`m very interested in 1/144, and it`s great to see other models in this scale!
    Keep them coming:thumb:

    Edi
  5. solovox

    solovox New Member

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    Those look great for first builds....fantastic! I myself spent many years building and creating in plastic and resin. It does take a while getting used to paper modeling. Sharp very clean builds there. As with all modeling ventures...time, patience and pre fitting the parts is crucial. Looks like you are getting a grip on the process very quickly....Great job!

    Art in Indy
  6. exzealot

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    Rene,

    Very nice - especially for first builds, and the small scale.

    Ken