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  1. Hi everybody!

     

    Unbelieveable, Tomasz. What did you use to cut and shape the slots this clean? :clap2:

     

    Chris

    Olfa knife, one of my best friend.

     

    Some progress. Brownings are almost ready. I'd like to replicate them in resin for future projects.

     

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    Nice watching

    Tomasz


  2. Hi everybody!

    It was long break in my posts, but works go on.

    The third year of my project was ended on April.

     

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    I began the fourth with upper wing. I will make it the same way as lower, but central part will be open.

     

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    I wanted to use Aires brownings, but i changed my mind and decided to make my own. First I've got objections to dimensions of Aires product, I think they are to small. Second, I make them empty inside, because one of them will be exposed outside of the aircraft.

    Start working.

     

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    I hope I can write posts regularly.

    Regards

    Tomasz


  3. Hi gents!

    Whatever you're paying your little alien helpers Tomasz...DOUBLE IT!  :punk: :coolio:

    It was not good idea to talk about money. They demanded rise. I cuoldn't achieve their expectations, so they left me alone with this project. But I learnet a little.

    I added fuel filler. Some more wires, pipes, tubes. Clamping rings are made from cotton swabs tubes.

     

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    On the end, I think this is electrical box.

     

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    Regards

    Tomasz


  4. You see this is rubbish because Mr tomaszhajzler wants you to believe that he built this.... but I have seen and read about those tiny alien engineers, who very obviously are the real architects of this build....... because it is not humanly possible for a human to build something so jaw droppingly gorgeous :)

    Hi everybody!

    Unfortunatly I'm not able to hide this true longer. I'm happy that it lasted so long. I'm only reporter of this project and tiny alien engineers are the real authors.

    So what did they do during this week? Photos which they allowed me to take show test fitting of cradles with ejectors and ammo boxes inside fuselage. It was really tight, but all parts fit perfect.

     

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    Regards on behalf of alien engineers

    Tomasz


  5. Thats impressive to say the less !!

    I'd love to have a tutorial on how you did build tjose cradles, they are awsome ;)

    So few words about cradles. I've got two photos of this area from both sides. I used them as a template. I cut both walls first. Next I glued about 0,5 mm width strips from 0,1 mm styrene sheet. I used thin Tamiya cement. Joining lines disappeared because this cement delicate dissolved plastic. I added rest parts next.

    Tomasz


  6. Hi!

    Thank's all for watching and nice comments.

    Time is ripe for armour. Ammo boxes first.

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    Machine guns have diffrent cradles, because they are displacemented. I made them according to photos.

     

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    When cradles were ready I touched cartridge case ejectors. The lack of good documentation and drawings is my main problem in this project. I took photos of my model from both sides, scaled them to model dimensions and they used me as drawings to create ejectors.

     

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    Regards

    Tomasz


  7. Hi after longer break!

    I had no time for update. Lot of work, many details, pipes, wires, tubes, etc but small progress on photos. Today i show you three horizontal tubes which i added last time. Two upper were made from streched cotton swabs above fire. They have diameter about 0,3 mm. Their construction on photo.

     

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    From right side I put inside copper wire, from left plastic bar with rings also from cotton swabs but bigger diameter.

     

    After mounting

     

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    I made also detail which i added to the front of lower bar.

     

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    All together after adding front part of upper tubes

     

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    Regards

    Tomasz


  8. Hi Gent's!

    I really appreciate your kind opinion. It's like a kick for further work. I also like to follow threads on this forum. This is our high school.

    I returned to detailing front part. I made four elements fastening fuel tank support cradle. Each of them contains seven parts of diameter 0.2, 0.3 and 0.5 mm. I'll be constrained to do many so delicate parts in this space.

     

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    I've got special big match for such photos

    Regards

    Tomasz


  9. Hi after New Year break!

    I almost finished left wing on the end of the year. So I started to work on right wing with new year. As I said earlier I sand off all surfaces of the wing to eliminate joining line both halves of wing and wrong placement of ribs imitation. Thereupon I had to make new covers, hatches etc., but first I decided to delicate ripple surface. I also reconstructed ribb tapes from thin self-adhesive aluminium foil.

    Progress on photos

     

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    Regards

    Tomasz


  10. Hello everybody!

    This is last update this year.  i'd like to thank's all of you for your favourable comments and patient watching. Your support helped me to make satisfying progress this year. May be next year will be the last of this  project? This is my own wish for 2014 and for all of you I wish HAPPY NEW YEAR.

    So come back to work. I added two missing frames of hatches first. Next I touched four compresion struts between spares. As always I made fixing to spares for them.

     

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    See you next year.

    Regards

    Tomasz


  11. Hi everybody after Christmas!

    Some progres. I started to mount reinforcements under the strut. First I had to made rib between spares. I cut insets from 0.1 mm sheet of plastic. I made reviewed hatches the same way.

    I was afraid of effectes but I'm satisfied. I have to add few more.

     

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    Regards

    Tomasz


  12. Good afternoon!

    Thank's a lot for your nice comments.

     

    This whole project is friggen AMAZING!  I'm speechless at what you've done with this 40+ year old kit!  Reminds me of making PT-17 Stearman ribs in Aviation Mechanics School.  This is all I can say at this time other than:  :bow:

    As worse kit than better for me. What could I do with Tamiya kit ? This old Hasegawa is only pretext to build this plane.

    Top of the wing is almost ready. Slats on place.

     

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    Regards

    Tomasz


  13. Evening everybody!

     Tomasz,

    Absolutely amazing skill and craftsmanship my friend. Thank you for this build thread,it's quite the inspiration. Looking forward to seeing what tresures the next update has in store.

    Highest Regards,

    Gregory Jouette

    Thank's Gregory!

    Build threads are necessary to avoid discovery America every time.

     

    Vundabar!

     

    Out of curiosity, how long did it take you to put on all the raised rivet heads on all of the rib gussets?

    Thank's Brian!

    I didn't put rivet heads. I made it another way. I used rivetter or needle to make them on plastic sheet. I cut on straps and next cut to demanded dimension and glue on ribs. That's all. It's not so benedictine work  as it appeares.

     

    I started to glue straps on top and bottom of ribs with imitation of perforation for rib tapes.

     

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    Regards

    Tomasz


  14. Hi everybody once again!

    I'm glad that you like it and thank's for such nice comments. I'm surprised that my old Hayate will be so well-received.

     

    Excellent build Tomasz! Really believable weathering and some lovely detail. May I publish it on the website?

     

    Kev

    Of course, Kevin, it's pleasure for me.

     

    Wonderful!  Do you have any in progress photos of the wheel bays?

     

    Regards,

    I finished this model a couple of years and  I didn't take photos in progress and I didn't show my models anybody. It was changed when I decided to take part in first contest and hayate got award.

    Regards

    Tomasz


  15. Hi everybody!

    We could see some hayate models on this forum lately, but when I saw beautifull Cruzz's Hayate I thought to show my model. I finished her 6 years ago. We made the same plane but little diffrent in interpretation. I think it can be intresting to show diversity of treatment the same subject by modellers.

    I made some improvments in my model. First is open engine bay. I had to do new engine cylinders and I also used pe Eduard set. Second are quite new wheel bays because in the kit are to shallow. I also opened cannon and ammunition bays. Ther are some improvments in the cockpit - scratchbuilt new pilot seat. 

     

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