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Old 01-25-2009, 07:09 AM
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The He-162 and Lavi building

Here is the initial steps in the making of a He-162 and the early steps of a Lavi and the pictures of an F-16, Lavi and a J-10B

I am showing you a He-162 ejection seat in very early process of construction and some F-16`s cousins.

While the He-162 and Lavi have nothing in common these are the two current models i am making.
I have a Su-27 that is in late stages of building but it can wait a few days more to be finished while i show you the development of these two aircraft i really like
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Very nice models. Are they scratch built?
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Old 01-31-2009, 10:10 PM
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Very nice models. Are they scratch built?
Sorry Barx2 for not replying as soon as i should have done, however i have been very busy and i did not want to reply until i could show more progress on both aircraft.

Next week or in 15 days i will move, not only from house or state or city but of country so my current life is a bit difficult in terms of aircraft making, i have time but not enought to show real progress on the next pictures, however i will show you some progress of the Lavi which probably will become another F-16 instead a Lavi as the title originally suggested.

The He-162 also has had little progress and i feel to some people, it will a bit disappointing because the seat is still in very little advanced state.


To answer your question yes indeed my models are made not with a computer made designed sheet but instead hand made and the only computer i have to make them is my brain, my eyes are my printer and i only use pictures to make them, i have many books so i know them well, besides to be honest i have made some many times some models my memory already knows them very well.


All my designs have the following sequence

First i make the seat, later the cockpit and later the canopy. once that is finished i continue by making the nose radome, the engines, inlets and wings and after i have that i start assembling them. later i just add taiplanes or canards and vertical fins either dorsal or ventral.

Last stage is always the engine nozzle paddles or feathers.

Next week i will show you more progress
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