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#286 Out2gtcha

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 02:24 PM

Absolutely stellar work, all the way! Hats down this is the nicest Erla G10 to date.
Thanks for sharing.

 

 

+1!



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Posted 12 January 2018 - 04:41 PM

Great build with lots of helpful tips.

 

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 08:21 PM

Very nice build John, well worth the effort of the replacement resin nose and love the subtle weathering  :goodjob:
 
Regards. Andy

 
Thank you Andy!  Going into this build, I was very worried about the AMUR Reaver cowling as I had never attempted such a big resin replacement.  I'm relieved that it turned out ok.
 
 
 

A really great and very instructive build that I have thoroughly enjoyed following! Impressive work!
 
Regards,
 
Steve S.

 
Thanks Steve!  I can't believe how quick this one went.  My last build (Dora Black 1) took seven months to complete!
 
 

Great stuff!
Both the model and the report.
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How did you attach the vertical thread coming from the fuselage to the horizontal one?
Thanks.
 
Juraj

 
Thank you Juraj!  I drilled a hole in the attachment point on the fuselage.  After I put the main aerial line into place. I glued the end of another piece of Uschi's thread into the hole in the fuselage.  Once the glue was dry, I placed a tiny dab of CA glue on the horizontal aerial in the location where I wanted the vertical aerial to attach.  I then gently stretched the Uschi thread into position and pulled it against the CA glue spot.  I actually had to do this twice as the first time, I stretched the vertical line excessively and it ended up pulling down the horizontal aerial too much.
 
 

John,
    Really a great build!  Like the others, I appreciate all of the creative tips that I can use to improve the finish on my models.
 
Looking forward to that RFI.
 
Gaz

 
Thanks Gaz!  I really appreciated your presence during this build!
 
 

Nice tight wiring.  Good show.
 
Sincerely,
Mark

 
Thanks Mark!  First time using the Uschi thread... I'll be using it more often!
 
 

Lurvely build, impressive stuff with some outstanding details and techniques - thx for sharing
 
Torben

 
Thank you so much Torben!
 
 

Absolutely stellar work, all the way! Hats down this is the nicest Erla G10 to date.
Thanks for sharing.
Cheers
Martin

 
That's very kind of you to say Martin!  You're help on this build was essential so thanks for that!
 
 

+1!

 
Thanks Brian!  Another one down... on to the next one!
 
 

Great build with lots of helpful tips.
 
Thanks for sharing!

 
Thanks Chuck!  I've got some other LSPs coming up so please check in on those!
 
 
Thanks everyone for following this build!  The G-10 Erla is finished and I have posted photos over at RFI.  Please check it out...
 
http://forum.largesc...showtopic=72790
 
Here's a sneak peak....
 
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Edited by Thunnus, 17 April 2018 - 09:13 PM.

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Posted 13 January 2018 - 08:55 AM

Thanks for putting together such a great thread John, I have enjoyed every bit. (The 109 looks great too!)


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