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Old 10-03-2019, 02:14 AM
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Dear Kacper:
Patience my little grasshopper,

This is just your first attempt, and I agree some parts are difficult, like the engines., try modify and simplify them (I had to do that for my Bristol Bombay in 1/400).

Have a look at the aircraft Joachim Frerichs' aircraft carriers in 1/500, including a bimotor S-2.
https://www.kartonbau.de/forum/ein-s...un/t31015-f35/
And if you look at his gallery it also has a Ju-88 in that scale.

Another master of microscale is Tatasam:
My micro world

But this type of modeling is not for everyone.

ps and I did not forger Papermate
Airliners and Aircrafts 1/1000

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All those parts are just too small to manipulate comfortably and precisely.
Ah, but then the DC-3 needs a larger scale.
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