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Old 03-18-2017, 10:40 AM
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Outstanding craftsmanship!

I can smell the castor oil.

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Old 03-18-2017, 10:45 AM
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amazing work on the engine

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Old 03-18-2017, 11:30 AM
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Hi guys,
Thanks for all the comments
It's time for another update.

I've done all of the instruments, pedals, stick and seats. Pedals and stick are made of wire. I decided to use it instead of paper to get better effect. I've added copper rings to the instruments and put 2 layers of gloss varnish to imitate glass. I've added metal parts to the belts as well.

Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170318_134750.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170318_165653.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_001445.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_001510.jpg

Now I am going to make cockpit frame and finish all the body.

Lukas
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Old 03-19-2017, 10:17 AM
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Hi,

I've done the whole skeleton of the body and cockpit frame.
First I changed this:
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_120537.jpg
Into this:
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_194158.jpg

After that I glued the skelton parts all together. Everything went perfect. So the result of this step you cen see here:
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_230328.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_230348.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_230405.jpg
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_230421.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_230449.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170319_230437.jpg

Now I am going to work a little bit with retouch color modulation and cockpit stringing. I am also going to grind skeleton a bit before I put skin on it

Lukas
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Old 03-20-2017, 09:29 AM
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Hi,

I've started working with stringing. I have no idea how to do it right.
I've created something like that:
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170320_211517.jpg

and after I've painted it:
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170320_214545.jpg

I decided to place it behind back frame. Just for try. There, those elements won't be so visible. I think it doesn't look so bad, but it could look better.
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170320_215308.jpg

Have to find a solution how to make better stringing and turnbuckles because I have 7 more frames to go.

Lukas
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Old 03-23-2017, 07:31 PM
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Hi,

I've done the stringing in frame. I've made 2 different stringings. First with fishing rope and second with thread. Both look ok, but I think when it comes to cockpit's frame it's better to use finishing rope. Stringing looks thinner and match better to the frame. Thread is better for general stringing because it's thicker. I think I won't change the thread stringing inside cockpit. This part won't be so visible.
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170323_210835.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170323_211054.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170323_211118.jpg

I've made and added fuel tank right behing the seat. I decided to make it, because this part will be visible if you'll look inside cockpit.
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170323_220249.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170323_222020.jpg

Next I added rest of the parts inside cockpit.
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170323_222047.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170323_224412.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170323_224421.jpg

Now I am going to cover the ckeleton.

Lukas
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Old 03-23-2017, 09:53 PM
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your work on the seat belts is amazing, very detailed, especially the holes and buckles.

well done

YOAV
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Old 03-28-2017, 09:34 AM
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Hi guys,

Thanks Yoav!

I've done the body. I added some rivets and paper parts to boost look of the model a bit.
I didn't have much problems with this step.
On the pictures you can see current look of model.

Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170328_221305.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170328_221315.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170328_221349.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170328_221358.jpg
Free Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170328_221412.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170328_221421.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170328_221250.jpgFree Model #5 - WAK Morane Saulnier G-20170328_221222.jpg

I am going to paint all the black parts that's why I didn't retouch it. I also going to paint all the gray parts with silver paint to give them metalic look.

In the next step I am going to do the tail. I already glued strings which help me with it
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Old 03-29-2017, 06:47 AM
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Mind blowing detailing.. beautiful clean work!!
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Old 03-29-2017, 08:12 PM
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eatcrow2,
Thanks! I try to put my models on the higher level and improve my craftsmantship. Hope that I am on the good way
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