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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from Uncarina in Another Hayate - the same but little diffrent   
    Some more photos of details.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    Tomasz
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from Memir in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi !
    I never expected that this project can take me eight years. I thought about three or four years. Of course I had breakes, holidays etc., but it was about 2500 hours of work.
    As base I used old Hasegawa kit, but it was only excuse to start this project, the rest is scratchbuilding.
    My friend, Andrzej Ziober persuaded me to show this model so strongly opened. He is precursor of cutting all structure of fuselage from kit’s moldings.
     
    First step
     

     

     
    And the final
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    Here is the link to WIP
    My Boeing made the first flight to Madrid on IX model contest organized by IPMS Madrid and asociation model34. It was very interesting event, very good organised with many models on high level.
    Boeing received three prices, thank you Jury
    Oro in it’s class,
    Best aircraft,
    and Special Price from IPMS Portugal for the best model of the contest.

     
    This third is especially beautifull, special thanks for members of IPMS Portugal.

     

     
    So now, I need to think about new project.
    Thank you All for watching, support and kind words.
    Regards
    Tomasz Hajzler
     
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from florin13 in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi !
    I never expected that this project can take me eight years. I thought about three or four years. Of course I had breakes, holidays etc., but it was about 2500 hours of work.
    As base I used old Hasegawa kit, but it was only excuse to start this project, the rest is scratchbuilding.
    My friend, Andrzej Ziober persuaded me to show this model so strongly opened. He is precursor of cutting all structure of fuselage from kit’s moldings.
     
    First step
     

     

     
    And the final
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    Here is the link to WIP
    My Boeing made the first flight to Madrid on IX model contest organized by IPMS Madrid and asociation model34. It was very interesting event, very good organised with many models on high level.
    Boeing received three prices, thank you Jury
    Oro in it’s class,
    Best aircraft,
    and Special Price from IPMS Portugal for the best model of the contest.

     
    This third is especially beautifull, special thanks for members of IPMS Portugal.

     

     
    So now, I need to think about new project.
    Thank you All for watching, support and kind words.
    Regards
    Tomasz Hajzler
     
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from Trak-Tor in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi!
    I visited SMW 2019 at Telford last weekend. I showed my Boeing in the contest. Model received special price, Jan Maes Trophy for the best biplane.

     

     

     

     
    Unfortunatly an unpleasant surprise came to me from the judges superdetailed class disqualifying my model. They claimed that it was diorama, not superdetailed model. Sad and terrifying in all this was that, despite the differing opinions of other judges, they did not change their mind.
     

     
    Meeting Guys from LSP who I only knew from nicknames was a great pleasure.
     

     
    See you on next competition. I invite on model shows in Poland.
     

     
    Regards Tomasz
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from fab in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi !
    I never expected that this project can take me eight years. I thought about three or four years. Of course I had breakes, holidays etc., but it was about 2500 hours of work.
    As base I used old Hasegawa kit, but it was only excuse to start this project, the rest is scratchbuilding.
    My friend, Andrzej Ziober persuaded me to show this model so strongly opened. He is precursor of cutting all structure of fuselage from kit’s moldings.
     
    First step
     

     

     
    And the final
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    Here is the link to WIP
    My Boeing made the first flight to Madrid on IX model contest organized by IPMS Madrid and asociation model34. It was very interesting event, very good organised with many models on high level.
    Boeing received three prices, thank you Jury
    Oro in it’s class,
    Best aircraft,
    and Special Price from IPMS Portugal for the best model of the contest.

     
    This third is especially beautifull, special thanks for members of IPMS Portugal.

     

     
    So now, I need to think about new project.
    Thank you All for watching, support and kind words.
    Regards
    Tomasz Hajzler
     
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from MikeC in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi!
    I visited SMW 2019 at Telford last weekend. I showed my Boeing in the contest. Model received special price, Jan Maes Trophy for the best biplane.

     

     

     

     
    Unfortunatly an unpleasant surprise came to me from the judges superdetailed class disqualifying my model. They claimed that it was diorama, not superdetailed model. Sad and terrifying in all this was that, despite the differing opinions of other judges, they did not change their mind.
     

     
    Meeting Guys from LSP who I only knew from nicknames was a great pleasure.
     

     
    See you on next competition. I invite on model shows in Poland.
     

     
    Regards Tomasz
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from MikeC in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi !
    I never expected that this project can take me eight years. I thought about three or four years. Of course I had breakes, holidays etc., but it was about 2500 hours of work.
    As base I used old Hasegawa kit, but it was only excuse to start this project, the rest is scratchbuilding.
    My friend, Andrzej Ziober persuaded me to show this model so strongly opened. He is precursor of cutting all structure of fuselage from kit’s moldings.
     
    First step
     

     

     
    And the final
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    Here is the link to WIP
    My Boeing made the first flight to Madrid on IX model contest organized by IPMS Madrid and asociation model34. It was very interesting event, very good organised with many models on high level.
    Boeing received three prices, thank you Jury
    Oro in it’s class,
    Best aircraft,
    and Special Price from IPMS Portugal for the best model of the contest.

     
    This third is especially beautifull, special thanks for members of IPMS Portugal.

     

     
    So now, I need to think about new project.
    Thank you All for watching, support and kind words.
    Regards
    Tomasz Hajzler
     
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from Out2gtcha in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi!
    I visited SMW 2019 at Telford last weekend. I showed my Boeing in the contest. Model received special price, Jan Maes Trophy for the best biplane.

     

     

     

     
    Unfortunatly an unpleasant surprise came to me from the judges superdetailed class disqualifying my model. They claimed that it was diorama, not superdetailed model. Sad and terrifying in all this was that, despite the differing opinions of other judges, they did not change their mind.
     

     
    Meeting Guys from LSP who I only knew from nicknames was a great pleasure.
     

     
    See you on next competition. I invite on model shows in Poland.
     

     
    Regards Tomasz
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to Koralik in P-51 "TOLO" Trumpeter 1:24   
    And again the model in NMF finish.
    This time I'll take a break from finishing the NMF. model P-51D Trumpeter 1:24
    Made straight from the box, the masks are hand made.
     

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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from LSP_Kevin in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi!
    I visited SMW 2019 at Telford last weekend. I showed my Boeing in the contest. Model received special price, Jan Maes Trophy for the best biplane.

     

     

     

     
    Unfortunatly an unpleasant surprise came to me from the judges superdetailed class disqualifying my model. They claimed that it was diorama, not superdetailed model. Sad and terrifying in all this was that, despite the differing opinions of other judges, they did not change their mind.
     

     
    Meeting Guys from LSP who I only knew from nicknames was a great pleasure.
     

     
    See you on next competition. I invite on model shows in Poland.
     

     
    Regards Tomasz
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from Lud13 in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi !
    I never expected that this project can take me eight years. I thought about three or four years. Of course I had breakes, holidays etc., but it was about 2500 hours of work.
    As base I used old Hasegawa kit, but it was only excuse to start this project, the rest is scratchbuilding.
    My friend, Andrzej Ziober persuaded me to show this model so strongly opened. He is precursor of cutting all structure of fuselage from kit’s moldings.
     
    First step
     

     

     
    And the final
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    Here is the link to WIP
    My Boeing made the first flight to Madrid on IX model contest organized by IPMS Madrid and asociation model34. It was very interesting event, very good organised with many models on high level.
    Boeing received three prices, thank you Jury
    Oro in it’s class,
    Best aircraft,
    and Special Price from IPMS Portugal for the best model of the contest.

     
    This third is especially beautifull, special thanks for members of IPMS Portugal.

     

     
    So now, I need to think about new project.
    Thank you All for watching, support and kind words.
    Regards
    Tomasz Hajzler
     
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from red baron in Boeing F4b4 almost naked   
    Hi !
    I never expected that this project can take me eight years. I thought about three or four years. Of course I had breakes, holidays etc., but it was about 2500 hours of work.
    As base I used old Hasegawa kit, but it was only excuse to start this project, the rest is scratchbuilding.
    My friend, Andrzej Ziober persuaded me to show this model so strongly opened. He is precursor of cutting all structure of fuselage from kit’s moldings.
     
    First step
     

     

     
    And the final
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    Here is the link to WIP
    My Boeing made the first flight to Madrid on IX model contest organized by IPMS Madrid and asociation model34. It was very interesting event, very good organised with many models on high level.
    Boeing received three prices, thank you Jury
    Oro in it’s class,
    Best aircraft,
    and Special Price from IPMS Portugal for the best model of the contest.

     
    This third is especially beautifull, special thanks for members of IPMS Portugal.

     

     
    So now, I need to think about new project.
    Thank you All for watching, support and kind words.
    Regards
    Tomasz Hajzler
     
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to karimb in Wingnut Wings Halberstadt Cl.II "Martha and Else"   
    Two photos of my Wingnut Wings 1/32 Halberstadt Cl.II "early" build for an article in Mig Jimenez's The Weathering Aircraft Magazine which will be published in 2020. The kit has received the addition of the beautifully custom carved wooden Niendorf propeller by ProperPlane, HGW textile belts, Aviattic 5 color Lozenge decals and Rexx metal exhaust. All markings are airbrushed on using homemade masks on the Silhouette plotter. All main painting done with MRP lacquer paints, all weathering products are AMMO by Mig Jimenez along with prismacolor pencils. I would have wanted to release more photos for LSP but things are what they are!
    Happy to answer any questions or hear any constructive criticism from the LSP family!
     
    Now that commitments are complete, soon off to start a new build on LSP!
    As always stay safe and happy modeling!
    Karim
     

     

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    tomaszhajzler reacted to baffozac in IMAM Ro43 1/32 scratch-built   
    Hello,

     
    This is a Ro37 but the engine is the same, this one lost his radiator.
     

     
     
    Some parts for the engine: cylinder come from the Fiat A.74 I made for my Macchi 200, with little modifications.
    Spark plugs and starter nozzles  came also from my Macchi spare boxe.
     

     
    The rear bulkhead with its fairings for cooling attached to the cylinders by the little T.
     

     
    Right now, it’s pretty empty

     
    But silicone and resin will solve this.
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from Phartycr0c in TELFORD 2019   
    Hi
    I'll be there with my Boeing in competition. It will be nice to meet with forum members. See you.
    Tomasz
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from CANicoll in TELFORD 2019   
    Hi
    I'll be there with my Boeing in competition. It will be nice to meet with forum members. See you.
    Tomasz
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    tomaszhajzler got a reaction from MikeC in TELFORD 2019   
    Hi
    I'll be there with my Boeing in competition. It will be nice to meet with forum members. See you.
    Tomasz
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to airscale in 1/18 P51C Mustang "Lopes Hope the 3rd"   
    thanks chaps - much appreciate your kind words
     
    landing gear then...
     
    ..I started with the lower castings as these are probably the hardest part - made a spigot for the wheel, the bent fork and the collar that is at the bottom of the strut from brass on my lathe..
     

     
    ,,these were soldered as they carry all the weight and the main legs turned from brass... the compression strut was a polished steel rod I got on ebay..
     

     
    ..then all the mountings for the torsion links and other bits and bobs were added - the strut assembly was glued with epoxy adhesive, the rest of the bits with CA..
     

     
    ..the torsion links were made upfrom brass tube, an inner litho shape (I wish I had photo-etched earlier) and plastic card for the casting sides..
     
    ..the ends were glued while on a quick jig from rod so there are no surprises later...
     

     
    ..using pins to align the torsion links so I can add the mounts to the upper strut - I don't want them fitted until after painting..
     

     
    ..then both struts were prepared for a shot of a silver/white enamel mix... I didn't have the right alclad to hand so I must get some at Telford next weekend
     

     
    ..once painted & assembled I added the brake line, but there are two much finer rigid lines that run up the leg and down the fork that I will have to add once the gear is in place as one goes in the wheel hub (I think) and the other up into the U/C bay..
     

     

     
    ..the 3D printed wheels were cleaned up, painted & dirtied a bit.. (thanks Tim)
     

     
    ..and a dry fit..
     

     

     
    ...outer doors next...
     
    TTFN
    Peter
     
     
     
     
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to Trak-Tor in Let's get to know each other a little better. Show a photo of your   
    Well, something from the archives...
    I've visited my father today and he gave me this:


    A cutout from a nationwide newspaper, about 40 years old.
    And you can guess who's the boy on the right working on some nice LSP...

     
    Juraj
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to Tolga ULGUR in 1/32 Tamiya Spitfire Mk.XVIe   
    Hi All
    This is my recently finished 1/32 Tamiya Spitfire Mk.XVIe (TD242) coded ZF-E of No.308 Squadron RAF, Varrelbusch and Ahlhorn Germany 1945,46.
    Cockpit modified by Eduard PE zoom set  and Barracudacast seat.
    Other modifications are:
    -        Quickboost exhaust stacks
    -        Barracudacast cockpit door
    -        Barracudacast wheels
    I have used Gunze Sangyo and Tamiya acrylics for painting.
    Decals are from Kagero Topcolors #24 Spitfire Mk.XVIe  book.
     
    Happy modelling.












     
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to kkarlsen in Fokker Dr. 1 'Dreidekker' - Stripped   
    Pictures of the finished build of the Fokker Dr. 1 'Skeletal'. I have always wanted to build something completely from scratch. 
    This wasn't a 100% scratch, as I used some parts from the Roden kit, cowling and rudder from Aviattic. Photoetch from Tom's modelworks, RB Productions and Part of Poland.
    It isn't perfect, but it was a great learning experience and got me a step closer to the ultimate goal of building an all scratched model.
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
    Hope you like the result...
     
    Cheers: Kent
     
     
     
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to airscale in 1/18 P51C Mustang "Lopes Hope the 3rd"   
    evening folks
     
    as it's a Bank Holiday here, I had a bit more time at the bench..
     
    the windshield parts were made up and painted...
     

     
    ..then very carefully assembled - I also added the fixed gunsight and mirror..
     

     

     

     
    ..and thankfully the coaming fits nicely - Steve from Model Monkey has kindly 3D printed the gunsight which I think will arrive tomorrow so once I have that I will detail it, fit it and this whole assembly will be added to the airframe..
     

     
    ..I had to find another part to do and as the glazing was going pretty well (hope I don't speak too soon, it's my nemesis), I decided to start on the side windows...
     
    ..started by making a mould profile to make up the PETG in boiling water, pressing it down on foam to adopt the shape..
     

     
    ..once done, I used the PE frames I made to size the glazing...
     

     

     
    ..I also had separate PE frames for the front sliding part of these windows so they were also carefully added..
     

     
    ..then the detailing started, there are lots of very small assemblies in each one, and they are subtely different (or will be) as the top canopy part hinges off one side..
     

     

     

     
    ..another bit I was dreading sorted out, hopefully I can get them all finished without any mistakes like scratches or CA blobs
     
    TTFN

    Peter
     
     
     
     
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to tomprobert in 1/48th Boeing B-52H Stratofortress   
    Here's a few quick phone pictures of the engines now they've been installed:
     
    IMG_1247 by Thomas Probert, on Flickr
     
    I'm in the process of making the upper part of the pylons that extend over the wing as these are not provided in the kit - plastic card and Millput is the order of the day. These are yet to be sanded to their final shape:
     
    IMG_1248 by Thomas Probert, on Flickr
     
    Larger working area needed:
     
    IMG_1246 by Thomas Probert, on Flickr
     
    I'm in the process of preparing the wing fuel tanks at the moment so hopefully another update soon.
     
    Tom
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to airscale in 1/18 P51C Mustang "Lopes Hope the 3rd"   
    evening all
     
    thanks for saying such nice things
     
     
    Thanks Jay - always appreciate you helping me understand the airframe I have made the covers but will not attatch them until much later so they don't get squashed..
     
     
     
     
    Now that is an offer I can't refuse Hawk! I will definately be in touch
     
    I added the hatches & panels to the underside and rivetted - there are a number of small fragile cup shaped air scoops to be added both sides of the main structure, but I will do that much later so I don't damage them..
     
    I will also do the doors for the oil & radiator coolant exhausts at some point down the line..
     

     

     

     
    ..with that done - I need to stop skinning and get the cockpit finished & installed as the scary bit will be building up and skinning the rear canopy area. I learned from the Spitfire not to race too far ahead with skinning as when you need to do major bodywork & filler it can be really difficult not to damage it and to work around it..
     
    so remindingmyself where I was, I found a few assemblies to do...
     
    ..first the Hydraulic Hand Pump seen here..
     
    ..nice turned handle, a tubular & hex section piston case and some cast bracketry..
     

     
    ..I made up a kit of parts - the most complex of which was the piston housing - this was done from hex brass stock on my lathe... I have so much to learn using that tool...
     

     
    ..the parts were painted & assembled..
     

     
    ..and a dry fit to check it all fits in..
     

     
    ..next the Landing Gear Control Handle.. the black funny shaped thing seen here under the vertical trim wheel..
     

     
    ..this was made from two chunks of square brass stock, shaped with a cutting disc in my dremel...
     

     
    ..not perfect, but near enough for me..
     

     
    ..and painted and it's decal added..
     

     
    ..lastly, the control column and mount..
     
    ..I actually made the column ages ago and don't know what I did with the WIP pics, but suffice to say the pistol grip was shaped from a chunk of plastic and had various fittings & the trigger added, the shaft was turned in my dremel with it's subtle taper..
     
    The torsion tube mount thing is again ground from a chunk of brass and is very simplified as all it needs to do is represent the shapes as it all sits under a cloth gaiter..
     

     

     
    ..it is articulated, so you could go flying
     

     
    ..not painted it yet, but in situ for reference..
     

     
    ..should get another good stint in tomorrow so may be back soon..
     
    TTFN
    Peter
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    tomaszhajzler reacted to kkarlsen in Fokker Dr. I 'Skeletal'   
    Pushing it away for a long time I finally got around to get the metal parts done for this.  After trying different approaches, this is what I ended up with...
     

     
    Cover, fuel tank, ammo boxes and cowling in unpainted aluminium.
     

     
    After some trials and tests to find a way to achieve a decent metal surface, this is the procedure I ended up using:
    First a layer of Tamiya flat aluminium, then a coat of future. Pattern made with a sharpie silver pen and finally everything has been
    brought together with some AK True Metal Aluminium wax paint, applied very sparingly.
     

     
    The fuel tank with the two filling caps and some 'scratched'  brackets for the mount.
    It may sound complicated, but it isn't. It ended up being 'a walk in the park' .
     
    Cheers: Kent
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