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wow

 

this is generally on 'another level' across the board, but i am particularly interested in what you did with the canopies

 

i don't think i have ever seen that before?

 

may i ask foil you used - self-adhesive? - and if not also what glue are you using?

 

how do you get the cuts of the foil to look so uniform and not to look hand-made?

 

I would love to see a YouTube tutorial of this method!

 

who knows, it might even make those vac B-24 turrets look good?!

 

thanks for sharing and can't wait to see more!

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15 hours ago, nmayhew said:

wow

 

this is generally on 'another level' across the board, but i am particularly interested in what you did with the canopies

 

i don't think i have ever seen that before?

 

may i ask foil you used - self-adhesive? - and if not also what glue are you using?

 

how do you get the cuts of the foil to look so uniform and not to look hand-made?

 

I would love to see a YouTube tutorial of this method!

 

who knows, it might even make those vac B-24 turrets look good?!

 

thanks for sharing and can't wait to see more!

 

Yep, it is self adhesive aluminum foil for AC systems. I buy it from a local hardware store.

It's with a different thickness - 40 and 80 microns. And the most important - it is with paper, gloss base. I do not have a youtube channel , but will try to make some tutorial - how to aluminum foil over clear parts :)

Cheers my friend :)

 

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Hi again friends :)

Continue with the inner pipe-construction of the "canopy" Using 0.4  wire and super glue:

 

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And the three main parts of the interior - pilots, passengers and radio-gunners "room" :

 

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Well, now it is time to riveting the outer fuselage, and after that will start to detailing the inner walls :)

Thanks for watching guys and CHEERS ;)

 

 

 

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