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PZL P11 III “Cleveland” 1932 from scratch scale 1/32

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Just breathtakingly beautiful.

 

2019 is only a few weeks old and I've already found the model of the year.

 

However did you manage to get the corrugated detail? It looks amazingly realistic - so well proportioned and spaced.

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Marcin, what have you used for corrugation metal imitation?

The cover of the wings is made of thin food aluminum foil. On the foil I made a drone, a transom, imitating the corrugated sheet, which was covered with wings and the tail of this aircraft.

 

Last weekend, the fifteenth International Model Festival took place in Bytom, this is the biggest competition and modeling exhibition in Poland. I presented there my PZL 11 III "Cleveland" model, the model was very liked and received the following awards:
- "Black Diamond" for the best 1/32 scale model.
- "IPMS Poland Cup" for the best model of the festival plane.
- "Lukgraph Cup" for the best model made from scratch.
- "Memorial by Edward Boni" meaning "Best of show" or "Grand prix" (if you prefer).

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So it has earned everything except an Oscar.  ;)   Congrats!

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More than deserved Marcin - congratulations.

 

Would love to see this in the flesh as I have some of your racers... maybe Telford this year????

 

Torben

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Can you describe how you made the engine panel louvers that surround the engine? Very clever! Congratulations on your well-deserved awards!

Clark Cone

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Thank you very much

The last weekend in Wroclaw took place one of the best modeling exhibitions in Poland. I presented there my PZL 11 model which I liked very much and got a prize award in this "best of show".

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