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Old 09-18-2018, 05:24 PM
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Thanks guys !! Kacper what I mean at the beginning is my construction, by the nose. The aluminum effect is great, lights and shadows, the photos do not do it justice, in my hand it looks great. The base is I found hand, wire and paint. You did another great job, thank you Kacper!
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Old 09-18-2018, 05:57 PM
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Greetings to all. Today we inaugurate the PWA with the first DC-3 in flight conditions. Do not be afraid of its appearance, it is very capable of flying, when taking the photos, a gust of wind made it fly like 2mts and left unharmed. If you dare to travel in it, the first trip is free. We do not guarantee your safety or have insurance. But we are brave and here we are ready for the adventure.
Now seriously, Bruno's first model that I build and I understand some parts, I guided myself with a thread of Kacper and so I was orienndome.Salvo the nose that did not go well the rest came out pretty well. If I had not stuck in certain parts this is built very fast.
Thank you very much Kacper for El Hornero and well, we will see who They are the brave ones in encouraging themselves to climb.

A beautiful looking aircraft. Very nice work. What weight of paper/card did you use?


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Old 09-18-2018, 06:07 PM
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Thank you very much Gary! Actually I do not know exactly, since I do not have a printer, I go to a copying center and I always have to laminate these small models on sheets of 75grs. I calculate 140grs more or less.
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Why is the colour tone different on various sections of the fuselage? Is it the lighting or the printing?

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Why is the colour tone different on various sections of the fuselage? Is it the lighting or the printing?

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I think it's just a my way for creating weathering effects. These models are originally light grey. I change that grey into aluminum looking color with some shading. Achieving metal colors is probably one of the most difficult things in recoloring.
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