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7 hours ago, Pete Fleischmann said:

Should I post the build images in this thread, or start another?

 

I probably would, otherwise the start of your actual build thread will be buried at page 7 of this one. Easy enough to link between them for continuity's sake.

 

Kev

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On 5/25/2019 at 7:33 AM, Pete Fleischmann said:

meanwhile; here is the flying pilot:

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Holy smokes these figures are impressive work. So much so, I can see the coffee stain you created with perfect effect on them man's blouse and pants, sure must have been a nasty burn..

 

On a serious note, I have guessed from the basket, the basket guide and rope guide, you plan to elevate your kit off the ground. How do you plan to achieve this? I own a few Academy kits in this scale, and they are both heavy and huge.

 

Looks forward to seeing what the kit builds up like, Kittyhawk has raised the bar in level of detail included, beating the Academy kits by miles.

 

Cheers,

 

Anthony

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On 3/24/2020 at 2:09 PM, Stalker6recon said:

Holy smokes these figures are impressive work. So much so, I can see the coffee stain you created with perfect effect on them man's blouse and pants, sure must have been a nasty burn..

 

On a serious note, I have guessed from the basket, the basket guide and rope guide, you plan to elevate your kit off the ground. How do you plan to achieve this? I own a few Academy kits in this scale, and they are both heavy and huge.

 

Looks forward to seeing what the kit builds up like, Kittyhawk has raised the bar in level of detail included, beating the Academy kits by miles.

 

Cheers,

 

Anthony

 

Hi Anthony,

I plan on mounting it on a square brass tube over a wooden base...at least that’s the current plan.

I’ve done several in flight displays this way; but with fixed wing aircraft only- with the 1/32 Spad below; I motorized the prop...but I won’t be motorizing the Pavehawk. The trick will be setting the main rotor blades in a convincing lift-producing hover.

 

cheers

 

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So Pete,

Apart from ME, your build has been seen by MY family here in Fiji ..they say you have an excellent  eye for detail and I agree.

:thumbsup:  :bow:

I also sent the link to THIS (and the Helicopter thread) thread to show MY Artist sister in Chicago your figure work. 

She says you have  captured  the flesh tones of the figures precisely without a doubt. 

Not shiny but perfect and your dog figure is COOL and have gotten the shadows on its fur quite subtle. 

Looks like a dog.

:bow: from MY sister too.

 

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