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Old 07-28-2020, 08:36 PM
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Thanks Lorenzo!

I usually use surgical steel, but since the pandemic started to affect Brazil, I have had difficulties to buy this input so I have used the Rata and Michael Stanley technique of using bristles for wall paint brushes and brooms, I cut, separate the most thin and stick them with cyanocrylate glue. The results are good, although I still prefer the first material.
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Yesterday night, it was the day to finish the construction of the two biplanes by finishing the installation of the cables, touching up the painting with acrylic paint and building wheels and propellers.





This time I opted to laminate the wheels with rigid brown cardboard that was then painted.
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Old 07-28-2020, 09:03 PM
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Smile Finished Buzzards!

Finally the two Martinsyde Buzzards are finalized, ending a construction plan started in my model club in the first semester of 2019 seeking to build four biplanes with extensive modifications and with unusual decorations (the other models in the series are the Mexican SVA-5 and the Spanish Nieuport Delage NiD-29). With the pandemic and the end of the face-to-face meetings, all these projects were completed at home, the SVA still in the summer of the southern hemisphere, and the NiD-29 if I am not mistaken in May.



As in the other projects in this series, the models were extensively improved with small details that sought to add volume to certain pieces, insertion of cockpits (parts donated from Der Kampfflieger's SE5a Comic) and other small details. The cables, as already mentioned, were obtained through broom bristles (of a specific type for sweeping parquet floors).



As the entire biplane model always requires greater attention from the modeler, even with the added fact that Bruno's Buzzard fuselage is not easy to build, some attempts were made until I was satisfied with the result.



Talking a little bit about the plane. Like the NiD-29, the Buzzard arrived too late to participate in World War I, being the fastest fighter plane manufactured in England. Using the same engine as the Bristol F2B if the conflict had lasted a few more months, it would certainly have equipped French military aviation and the USAAC. After the war it was not used by the RAF on the front line, which operated less than 50 units in secondary tasks. However, the Buzzard continued to be manufactured in the post-war period, equipping several air forces, especially the Soviet, which had more than 100 units. Many were used in the civilian market and the F6 version was two-seater. The subject of my two models are F4 versions operated by Irish Air Corps and "Aeronáutica Militar Portuguesa" in the early 1920s. Ireland and Portugal each operated 4 Buzzards in this decade.

The models in Bruno's catalog are # 1031 and # 1032 respectively.

Modifications and additions:

- Insert a semi scratchbuild cockpit using parts of SE5a cockpit from Der kampfflieger;

- Add 3D painels in engine;

- Add push rods and wing atuactors;

- Add full rigging

- Laminated wheels.

- Add 3d engine exausts

In the next post more pics of finished models.
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Smile Time to update the list (again)

Updates in the list, I change for better read and make some modifications...

Time to update the list.

Update List Collection of all my builds from Scissors and Planes and Planning (change any time )

Model builds from General Catalogue:

1. Supermarine S6B
2. Loire Nieuport LN-411
3. Mitsubishi A6M2K
4. Renard R31
5. Martin T4M1
6. Dassault Ouragan
7. Dassault Mystere IIC
8. Dassault Mystere IVB
9. Dassault Super Mystere
10. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21UMD
11. Hispano HA-100 Triana
12. Vultee V-1 "Bombardero"
13. Yakovlev yak-15 "Feather"
14. DH-108
15. Lavochkin La-15
16. Yakovlev Yak-30
17. Lavochkin La-200
18. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Soviet Green)
19. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Polish)
20. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Polish)
21. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Tchecoeslovaquia)
22. MiG-9 (Chinese Green)
23. MiG-9 (Chinese Gray- Silver)
24. MiG-9 (Soviet Staling Flag)
25. Dassault Ouragan (EC "Cambralis")
26. Yakovlev Yak-25M
27. Yakovlev Yak-21
28. MiG-9UTI
29. Supermarine Type 224
30. MiG-17F
31. Yakovlev Yak-25S
32. Yakovlev Yak-25RV
33. MiG-9P
34. MiG-9 (Red 22 Soviet)
35. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Chinese)
36. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Yellow 22 Soviet)
37. MiG-9M
38. Polikarpov I-16 Type 5
39. Latécoère 28 (Air France)
40. Latécoère 28 (F-AJLO)
41. Latécoère 28 (F-AJNQ)
42. Vought OS2U1 kingfisher
43. Ansaldo SVA-5 Mexican Air Corps
44. North American O-47A
45. Nieuport Delage NiD-29 (Spanish)
46. Martinsyde Buzzard (Irish)
47. Martinsyde Buzzard (Portuguese)

Models Builds from Mods and Repaints by Brent:

1. Yakovlev Yak-9P
2. Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki
3. Kawasaki Ki-100 Ia
4. Nakajima N1K1-J George
5. Yokosuka D4Y3
6. Dewoitine D-520C1
7. Douglas DB-7 Armee d'l' Air
8. Dewoitine D-520C1 (with cockpit)

Models Builds from Mods and Repaints by Rata:

1. Nakajima Ki-27
2. DHC-1 Chimpmunk Royal Egiptian Air Force
3. DHC-1 Chimpmunk Royal Iraqui Air Force
4. DHC-1 Chimpmunk Portuguese Air Force
5. Nakajima Ki-27 77th Sentai

Models builds from my Mods and Repaints

1. Mitsubishi Ki-51, Aikoku 569 (Kyushu Confectionery), Hiko Dai 44 Sentai, China Area, 1943
2. Mitsubishi G3M2 - 3rd Kokutai Takao 1941
3. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-17F - VVS 1968 Czechoslovaquia Intervention.
4. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-17A (Early) - VVS Trial Operations 1954/55
5. Mitsubishi ki-21Ib Royal Thai Air Force 1942

Model Builds from Gerry Papermodels

1. Fokker DVII Hermann Goring
2. Fokker DVII Lothar Von Ritchofen

In my Home Workbench/CCCP Virtual Meetings in Buildind now!

1. Ki-61 (Pacific Wind)
2. Ki-84 (Pacific Wind)
3. Tachikawa Ki-36
4. Tachikawa Ki-55
5. Tachikawa Ki-55 - Manchukuo Imperial Air Force - Mudken Air School (1944) (My repaint)
6. Tachikawa Ki-55 - IJAAF (I not able to identify the unit) (My repaint)

Pipeline in CCCP Virtual Meetings and Home (Because COVID 19 Pandemic all meetings are stopped, but the week reunion is now virtual)...

1. North American F-86H (Brent Repaint) - (Double build one with Cockpit) - Print, missing print Cockpit from Der Kampfflieger and Formers from Murph's Models F-86H
2. Aichi D3A2 (Brent Repaint) - temporary Hold
3. MiG-15 (Chinese silver) (Brent Repaints)- temporary Hold
4. MiG-15 (Chinese camo) (Brent Repaints)- temporary Hold
5. MiG-17 (with my mod) (Brent Repaints)- temporary Hold
6. MiG-15 (North Korea) (Brent Repaints)- temporary Hold
7. Mitsubishi Ki-21 - 3rd chutai, 60th sentai -China 1940 - (My repaints) - All pieces cutting. (hold)
8. Mitsubishi Ki-21 - 21st chutai, 61st Sentai - Khakhin-Gol area, June 1939. This aircraft took part in Nomonhan Conflict. - (My repaints) hold

Long term Projects (not date to start):

1. Nakajima Ki-27a (Triple build one with cockpit - Der Kampfflieger) - 10 th independent flying company - Cutting pieces and print Ki-27 Cockpit from Der Kampfflieger model (future project maybe in CCCP).
2. Douglas TBD-1 Devastator (with many mods (combine Murph's Models and Maly Modelarz parts - Double build) maybe I transfer to home this project.
3. Project MiG-21 (Build all variants offer from Bruno, Gerry , Brent and my own repaints).
4. Falco Project (Build: 1. Reggiane Re.2000 Sr.IIIa Falco 2. Reggiane Re.2000 GA Falco 3. Reggiane Re.2000 Sr. I Falco 4. Reggiane Re.2000 Héja I 5. Reggiane Re.2000 Héja I 6. MÁVAG Héja II from Gerry Papermodels)

My special Projects:

1. Potez 25 Repaints / Mods and Add Ons - in preparation
2. Vought V-91/92 Corsair repaints / Mods and Add Ons
3. Nieuport Delage 52/62 repaints - in preparation
4. Grumman JF-1/2 Duck Backdate project
5. Seversky SEV-1/3 Conversion Project
6. MiG-15/15UTI Repaints

My Single Repaints (Done waiting build):

1. Yokosuka E14Y - (Y-25) - Midway Battle 1942 waiting build test
2. Vickers (Hispano) Vildebest (camo scheme Republican) waiting build test
3. Potez 25 TOE Armee d'l' Air de Armistice - Indochina 1941 waiting build test

Planning Builds from general Bruno Catalogue:

1. DH Sea Vixen
2. Korozawa Ko-4
3. Tachikawa Ki-55
4. Nakajima Ki-27
5. Seversky P-43 Lancer
6. Bleriot SPAD S510
7. Sopwith Snipe (with my mod)
8. Dewoitine D-372 (with my mod)
9. Hawker Persian Fury (with my mod)
10. Focke Wulf FW 44 (Chile Air Force)

Planning from Rata Recolous:

1. Ryan ST-M ML-KNIL
2. Curtiss P-40N
3. Tiger Moth (RAAF)
4. Seversky RP-43 Lancer

Planning from Gerry Papermodels:

1. Blackburn Skua
2. Fairey Fulmar
3. Bristol (Ikarus) Blenhein Mk I
(See special projects)

Planning from Brent Recolors and Mods:

1. Kawazaki Ki-45 Toryu
2. Aichi B7A1
3. Curtiss P-40M (NZ)
4. Supermarine Seafire III
5. Bell P-400 Airacobra
6. Regiane Re-2001
7. Brewster B-239D ML-KNIL
8. Brewster Buffalo Mk I
9. Morane Saulnier MS 406
10. Bloch 152
11. Breguet 693
12. Sea Hurricane
13. F-84G Thunderjet
14. Pfalz DIII (Double build)
15. Fairey Fulmar

Planning from Pacificwind Recolors:

1. Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless (NZ)
2. Yokosuka D4Y2 (with my mod)
3. P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback
4. Curtiss P-40E
5. Mitsubishi A6M5 (with my mod)


Planning from Butelczynski Recolors:

1 DH-89 (Portuguese Air Force)
2. Junkers F-13 Dobrolet
3. Fokker DXXI (Finish Airforce Set)
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