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  1. Ok guys, I'm in, in spite of my abysmally poor record at finishing anything since I joined LSP or participated in in any GB. The reasons I am joining are as follows: 1. Someone mentioned cookies 2. There will be cookies 3. Teresa's cookies are said to be without par 4. Why not have fun with eveyone else ? 5. Yeahh ! There will be cookies ! 6. It's a good opportunity to restore my modelling mojo, which has been flailing even more than before since my burn-out in october last year, 7. And finally, I have heard the word "cookies" ! I have chosen an unusual subject : a sled-d
  2. Now that the Tornado has been sent to the display shelves, I'm going in a different direction (for me anyway). I very rarely build helicopters, 2 Lynx built in 10 years, so I thought I'd give them some rotary winged company in the form of the above mentioned. To supplement the meagre part count in the box, I've added FlightPaths detail set which comes with a bunch of PE frets to augment the airframe details, and resin cast Hellfire missiles. I know next to nothing about the ins and out of this aircraft, so I can safely say that aside from the Flightpath stuff, this is being built fr
  3. 1/18 scale Flettner Fl-282 V21 Kolibri 3D printed / scratchbuilt model After request, a 1/18 scale Fl-282 V6 helicopter with WWII Kriegsmarine markings built for a wealthy collector from Kiel, Germany. A second Luftwaffe’s Fl-282 V21 model followed for my own personal collection at home. Since the whole project cost (CAD design, 3D printing & model building) was entirely funded by the client, I did not hesitate to use the best available materials & machines to do the job. The text follows, is to describe the Flettner Fl-282 Kolibri (“B-0” series) helicopter as manufac
  4. I'm happy to see this group build actually taking off! So here's my contribution... Surprise its also a subject I have wanted to do for a very long time... One of Air Greenlands choppers, a Bell 212 Twin Huey. Why is it special to me? I Haven't been to Greenland - yet but many years ago I actually flew a couple of times with this chopper when it was still used by Maersk to ferry crews to oil rigs in the North Sea... This is what it looked like at that time... This is the kit I will be using... I have no idea as of what is needed to convert it into a civilian
  5. If you haven't seen Alexander Rogals outstanding OH-58D build you should definitely check it out: http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=227564 Many of those parts are now available (as well as a few that I made) with a bunch of photo-etch details: More details and some better pics can be seen in the ZactoForum: http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=233605 Already ordered the MMS and want the rest? E-mail for details. Zactoman@Zactomodels.com The set is available at http://zactomodels.com/ Cheers! Chris
  6. 1/18 scale Bolkow Bo-102 Helitrainer scratchbuilt model The Bölkow Bö-102 Helitrainer was an unusual ground-based helicopter training aid that was developed and built by Bölkow of Germany in the late 1950ies. It embodied all essential elements of a conventional helicopter, but was mounted on an articulated gantry to allow a student controlled experience of helicopter systems. Designed to be mounted on a swivelling captive rig the Bölkow Bö-102 Helitrainer allowed trainee pilots to practice procedures such as engine starting, rotor engagement and manipulation of the flight controls. Many
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