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1/32 Boeing F4b4 - almost naked

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Hi guys!

Tank you for your opinion

Very nice work. Are you going to do the wings the same way, or show off some yellow?

 

I plan to make left lower wing without fabric and some changes around stabilizers, fin and rudder.

 

Some more details in the cockpit.

 

Control stick was reworked from kit part.

 

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Rudder bar and pedals with wires.

 

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Starboard of the cockpit all together.

 

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With pilot seat

 

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Tomasz

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Mind blowing !!

I never expected that my project could be dangerous.

I showed pilot seat in the cockpit next time. I made it from thin aluminium sheet. First version was to wide (about 1 mmm) and i couldn't place it inside the cockpit when i put all together. Second one was correct.

 

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Instrument panel will be seen from both sides.

 

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Regards,

and be carefull watching.

Tomasz

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Guest Peterpools

Awesome work on the front office.

Keep 'em coming

:popcorn: :popcorn:

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I'd love a detailed 'how-to' on how you do a seat like that. That is A WORK OF ART. Would you consider doing such a how-to ? (do we have a place for that here on LSP?? It'll get buried on Tips and Techniques)

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I'd love a detailed 'how-to' on how you do a seat like that. That is A WORK OF ART. Would you consider doing such a how-to ? (do we have a place for that here on LSP?? It'll get buried on Tips and Techniques)

The idea how to do something is most important. I always try diffrent methodes, different materials. To figure out way to make something usually takes most time. So, be patient, don't affraid to start once again and try all methodes you discover. In this case as a material i used thin aluminium sheet. First i drew shape, rivet lines and places of overpress. I took pilot seat from trumpeter's lightning as a matter. I made overpresses using ballpen. I tried different tools like needle, toothpick, but ballpen was the best. i made overpresses, rivets first, than i cut out seat from sheet. Next i glued all together CA glue, and detailing, detailing .....

And now left side of the cockpit.

Original

 

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In this case all details have to look good from inside and outside because there is no skin on this area.

 

My attemptes

 

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Regards, Tomasz.

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Looks terrific !.............Harv :popcorn:

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Guest Peterpools

Tomasz

Beautiful detail work.

Keep 'em coming

:popcorn: :popcorn:

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