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Old 11-15-2018, 07:52 AM
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Now for the critical question... Since you could not actually build two models at the same time means you worked on 1 (blue/red) and then repeated the step on (red/blue). Based on that fact means that one build came out slightly better than the other because of the "natural learning process"... so which is the better build?
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Old 11-15-2018, 06:08 PM
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Now for the critical question... Since you could not actually build two models at the same time means you worked on 1 (blue/red) and then repeated the step on (red/blue). Based on that fact means that one build came out slightly better than the other because of the "natural learning process"... so which is the better build?
I think the red plane was more challenging because it was modified, I had to cut and reassemble the pieces to have two similar kits, then during the construction first worked on the blue plane and then red one, so red plane must be the better build, but im very proud of both models.
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