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  1. Time to start a new project ... The Cub has to wait a little bit longer. I promised this one to a friend, and I don't have much time, so I'll be trying cut corners whenever possible. The idea is to take a paper kit, improve it if desired and feasible, and replace more time consuming details with plastic parts. I'm thinking specifically about using Wingnut Wings Mercedes D. IIIau engine, Gaspatch Spandau 08/15 machine gun and Gaspatch turnbuckles. This ought to save me some time (or that's what I hope will happen ). Problem is I don't have any experience with plastic models - this will be de
  2. This project supposed to serve as an occasional distraction to my DH.6 and probably because of its massiveness few other airplanes in the future. After finishing the engine for de Havilland aircraft I felt I'm running out of steam. To recharge my batteries, I thought, a change of subject would be the best. Armor is my other passion and for a while I've been longing for building some tank. The kit published by WAK is in standard for card armor scale 1:25. It has 12 pages of parts (in comparison the P-39 I build before had only 4). I'll be getting for this project laser cut and engraved t
  3. As big matt would say, idle hands are the devil's workshop! Time to start a new build. For my next project I want to do something bit different than I've done so far. I want to expand a little my skills set by training making bases and humble dioramas. This project should be perfect for this. I'm still bouncing in my head different ideas, what exactly I would like to do, but I already know I want to create a scene with the Cub (L-4H ) and the Jeep standing somewhere in a field in Europe in 1944. I'm considering using some figures to bring some life to the scene. I haven't done much research y
  4. This little bugger kept me occupied for almost a year. It supposed to be a test before weathering my M24 Chaffee, which some of you may still remember (I intend to finish it!). As in M24, I did not want to paint entire model, only heavily weather it. You can still see some original gray color of the kit . I tried to modify and enhance a few elements but with various levels of success... Oh, the paper model kit was published by Orlik, scale 1/25. Comments, questions, critique always welcomed!
  5. This is a paper model of de Havilland's trainer for the Royal FIying Corps. It was quite unusual aircraft. It was the first airplane developed specifically for training purposes and that can be seen through out the construction. It was also aircraft very different from other de Havilland's designs of this period. His trademarks (like for example de Havilland's tail) were sacrificed to create an easily maintained, cheap and safe machine. The kit was published by Orlik (1/33 scale) and was enhanced by me with few scratchbuilt details. Those interested can find the build thread here. I'm re
  6. Edit: This thread was moved from Multiwing GB which I failed to execute in given time http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/sad.gif It will be the first group build in my life http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/biggrin.gif . Should be fun. I'm going to build Airco DH.6 published by Orlik (paper kit of course http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/laugh.gif ). The kit has four A4 pages of parts printed on card, 1 page on regular paper plus the instruction and assembly drawings. On the first glance it
  7. Ufff... finally! It took me a little bit more than I've anticipated, but the Airacobra is done. My first completed WIP on the forums! http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/yahoo.gif A quick kit/model recap. The kit was published by KW Model and it depicts an airplane with numbers K 41-38359. It's in 1:33 scale and includes quite a deal of details - definitely more than I felt comfortable with. I used some after market offered by the publisher in the build: laser-cut formers, canopy and high resolution instrument panel printed on photo paper. From myself I a
  8. Hi gang! I�m slowly starting my next build, so I thought why not show it here, especially because some of you showed some interest in paper models. Considering the next model I wanted to further challenge myself and try a bit more difficult kit. I�m not sure I�m ready, but hey, I�ll never know unless I�ll try. Please have in mind that I�m out of my comfort zone and it may not turn as successful as I would like to. One more thing I would like to mention. Please excuse if in my narrative I�ll mention obvious for you guys things. I�ve been thinking how to balance all the de
  9. Greetings everyone! This is my first model presented here, so please be understanding http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/smile.gif. This paper kit was published by Kartonowa Kolekcja, one of the relatively small, but popular Polish publisher of paper models. The model, desined by Pawel Mistewicz, shows the machine which belonged to RAF 67 Squadron and was operated by P.M. Bingham-Wallis (December 1941, Burma). The kit itself is rather simple without too many details and is intended for beginners to modelers having already some experience. As rather basic k
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