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This is just amazing.

 

I'm surprised by the shortness of the outboard floats' supports, given the length of the main float supports.  With that, this aircraft would seem to be tilted dramatically once stationary.  But what do I know?

 

Your work is stupendous.

Sincerely,

Mark

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On 1/12/2020 at 1:07 PM, dodgem37 said:

This is just amazing.

 

I'm surprised by the shortness of the outboard floats' supports, given the length of the main float supports.  With that, this aircraft would seem to be tilted dramatically once stationary.  But what do I know?

 

Your work is stupendous.

Sincerely,

Mark

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Hello Mark, as you can see in this picture, the plane is sinking deep into the water. This is the one I’m trying to reproduce.

 

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Upper wing  is almost finished.

 

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Highly diluted oil paints on the panel lines: Payne grey everywhere and sepia on the front and bottom.

Then a little black pastel to simulate the smoke.

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Hello,

 

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Maketar maskings has been used.

 

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The masking for the rudder painting was done with Bare Metal.
As it is a very fine adhesive, there is no "step" between the colors.
The coat of arms of the House of Savoy is a dry transfer from Georges Olivereau .
The cables are a mix of RB and Gaspatch parts.
The rudder control cables are lined with 0.1 ( 3 mm on the true plane).
The ring to fix the antenna wire (photodec drop) has been fixed for a long time.

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kfos.jpg

 

Last work, I hope, on the wing.

 

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And the last parts, will remain cables and antenna wires.

 

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After a coat of Alclad grey primer, even if it’s blue in the photo......Almost ready for painting

 

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The metal pins allow, without glue, this little joke.

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