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Lukgraph Lublin R XIII G (float version) - FINISHED

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It's time to start another resin project  :)

Before Lukgraph announced this interesting plane I didn't even know that it exists. 

I have only limited reference for it (there is flying replica in Poland), so I will try to keep this as out of box build and to follow instructions supplied in the kit

 

The build doesn't look difficult, it has only one wing  :coolio:  and simple rigging

You get usuall Lukgraph kit - lot of resin parts, one big PE sheet, decal sheet, instrument panel sticker, personalized card and instructions.

 

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ore in progress build pics soone

thanks for looking

jan

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well, was wroking on this one on and off in past days

as usuall with this kind of kits at the beggining you will spend a lot of time with cleanning, sanding and dry fitting the parts

 

I decided to glue wing together so I can work on it along with the fuselage. as usual I have used hph epoxy as a glue and filler as well

 

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floats need some extra carefull sanding. There is nice amout of raised rivets whichcanbe lost because of sanding

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Fuselage halfs painted and weathered

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I don't have enough reference pics for interior so I'm following instrcutions

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wethered wooden floors

 

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This kit is quite specific with high count of PE parts, what I really like, These days I prefer to work ith PE details instead of reisn ones just because of the all cleaning involved with resin  :rolleyes:

 

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thanks for looking

jan

 

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time to finish this one

Don't have enough reference pics for interior so I'm just following the instruction

anyhow, cockpit is done, I can close the fuselage

 

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thanks for looking

jan

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Very nice work.

 

If I may, the two-color artificial horizon seems somewhat anachronistic for the era (not that much will be visible, or many will notice, though)

 

Hubert

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