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About matejko77

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    LSP Junkie
  • Birthday 09/01/1977

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    Świdnica Poland
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    Aircraft of air racings golden age in 1/32 scale

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  1. matejko77

    1/32 Marauder

    A great modeling workshop and space technology
  2. matejko77

    S-3B Viking - scratchbuilt

    Fantastic job
  3. Thanks boys For now, some work stopped because I have other duties. However, I do something there, without much progress. Since I have several photos of the engine on this plane, I decided to show it. For this purpose, I removed part of the hull structure under which was the Menasco Bucaner engine.
  4. Thanks Plastic is a standard polystyrene. The plates are glued with CA glue. The red line defines the symmetry and divides the hull into two halves. At this point, the elements are glued only with small spots of glue. After the shape of the hull, I split the halves by punching the knife in place.
  5. matejko77

    Aerotech Piaggio Pc.7 Finished.

    A beautiful plane and a great model. Congratulations
  6. Hello again friends, A few years have passed since the time when I built the last airplane model (Laird Turner "Meteor"). During this time, I enlarged the family and built one model of the tank (temporary loss of consciousness ). Time for a new project, this time it will be the racing Keith Rider R-6 "Eight ball" in the original configuration from 1938. For those not deluded into the racing history of aviation, I put the following picture. ( (link to the photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/eaamuseum/5877284252/in/photostream) This aircraft had a very beautiful and carefully aerodynamically developed line. The drawing of this airplane will be like this: The plane has survived to this day in the museum, but already in the version after the conversion (new wings, flaps, propeller, engine cover, etc.). The original design was nicer but it did not fly too well so thorough changes were necessary. (Photo: Roger Syratt) If you have any photos of this airplane, its details (especially cockpit equipment), I would be very grateful for the help and access to the photo. The model is made of plastic plates of different thickness. What I have done so far presents further pictures. At the moment, only that is done. Best regards Marcin
  7. matejko77

    Racers at Telford

    I am ashamed to admit, but I have not logged in so long ago that I have forgotten my username. In search of this name I found your entries and photos of my models. Thank you for appreciating my work, it's really encouraging when modelmakers appreciate the effort put into building these models. Best regards, Marcin
  8. matejko77

    1/18 Spitfire Mk. XIVe - Race #80

    The best modeling work I have ever seen in my life. Congratulations on making a great model. Marcin
  9. matejko77

    Gee Bee R Racer | Williams Bros. 1:32

    Great job Hubert. I have not been able to finish this model yet, but looking at your great work I get the wish to act. Regards Marcin
  10. matejko77

    XS-Models Hughes H-1

    Very beautiful model, congratulations
  11. matejko77

    Laird Turner LTR 14 "METEOR" 1/32 Lindberg

    Hi all, Thank you for your words of appreciation, I'm very pleased. Work on the model is not easy, it requires 100% of the changes in the model, so I do not recommend the construction of a set of Lindberg. A much faster it would be to do everything from scratch. I regret terribly that I could be the last year in Telford and colleagues from IPMS Airace, unfortunately, lack of free time. This year, however, going, reservations already done so, "Meteor" will be able to see live, and maybe something else? Regards Marcin
  12. matejko77

    Laird Turner LTR 14 "METEOR" 1/32 Lindberg

    We are very glad that you like my model, "Meteor", thanks for the recognition. It was very difficult to design, everything has changed and improved. From the original set was not nothing!, Just a bit of plastic in the fuselage and wings. In fact, it was easier to do this model from scratch than to improve product Lindberg. Lest this terrible model that does not match the scale, even the decals are good for nothing. But I wanted to prove that it is possible to build a model of it with the right effort. I built double hull because at the beginning I worked on the drawings P. Matt that are wrong. Another body was based on plans WF Kerka these drawings are dimensionally correct. Kevin, you can use all of my photographs of the construction of this model to the publication of the LSP in any form. This also applies to photography you find here: http://www.pwm.org.p...3225131a8803da1 Marcin Matejko IPMS Poland and IPMS Airace I found the photo on the network on which it appears to be blue? Best regards Marcin
  13. matejko77

    Laird Turner LTR 14 "METEOR" 1/32 Lindberg

    This product is slightly modified Vector. I do not quite understand the question, poorly know English, can you explain? Regards Marcin
  14. Gentlemen, Work on the construction of the model "Meteor" with a set of Linberg, have been completed. Construction took two years of various interruptions. A comparison with the base model (blue). More can be seen here: http://www.pwm.org.pl/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=14914&sid=8700aea9d10b15d813225131a8803da1 Best regards Marcin
  15. matejko77

    Wittman D12 "BONZO" 1938 year

    Model "Bonzo" finished. more pictures from the construction here: http://www.pwm.org.pl/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=14256 Best regards Marcin