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Old 02-17-2020, 04:07 AM
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Excellent work Pericles! The step by step is very educational, it helps to know different valuable techniques and tricks for both beginners and modelers with experiences. Thank you very much!
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Old 02-17-2020, 04:52 AM
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Nice one mate. The elliptical wing makes a grand showing there.
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Old 02-17-2020, 06:01 AM
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As always, great work, and the step-by-step construction images and narrative are always welcome.

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Very well done, Pericles. Thank you for the photos.


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Old 02-17-2020, 07:11 PM
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Nice Heinkel.I did a larger version and it was a challenge in places.I'm glad you can do it even smaller.

He-70 wasn't that bad of a plane.It wasn't military plane and like most of conversions it just wasn't what Luftwaffe needed.Spaniards were happy with theirs for long time but those were used mostly for patrol of navigational routes and later for training.Many other bombers very quickly surpassed He-70 in usefulness- Do-17,Ju-86 come to mind and Ju-88 was on horizon as well.

He-70 should have stayed in civil service but even there older Ju-52 proved much more economical in use.Still,it was a groundbreaking design and a stepping stone for Heinkel for He-111,not to mention a very pretty plane
Thank's Karol, in fact the desing of he-70 is very elegant and sexy...

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very nice and educational, thanks for sharing!
Thank's my friend!

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Awesome Heinkel!

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Good job, Pericles.
For the master from Murph's Models builds! Thanks!

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Excellent work Pericles! The step by step is very educational, it helps to know different valuable techniques and tricks for both beginners and modelers with experiences. Thank you very much!
My pleasure! I like a lot this format of thread concentrate all in one... Thank's Sergio!

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Nice one mate. The elliptical wing makes a grand showing there.
The intention is help another modellers! Thank you!

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As always, great work, and the step-by-step construction images and narrative are always welcome.


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Very well done, Pericles. Thank you for the photos.


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Old 02-17-2020, 09:20 PM
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Status of Collection

Like I made in Scissors and Planes I list my collection and intention of builds, the list is ver very long, because I build models from Aaron since 2009, some are destroyed and not listed others need to replace...

My Oddball Collection

1. Consolidated PB-2
2. Curtiss CT-32 Condor
3. Martin WB-57
4. Mitsubishi F1M2 "Pete" (Green Version)
5. Grumman Windgeon (Civil)
6. Tsybin NM-1
7. Curtiss AT-9 Jeep
8. North American B-45 Tornado
9. Lockheed P-38F Lightning
10. Nord Gryfon
11. Avro Delta
12. Aeropastiale Super Frelon
13. North American AJ-1 Savage
14. Martin P4M-1 Mercator (Need replace for better build and repaint)
15. Hughes MD 500 (Detetive Paradise)
16. Kawazaki Ki-10 (Need replace for better build and repaint)
17. Nakajima Type 91
18. Nakajima Type 91 (Ksangi Republic Air Force)
20. Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
21. Curtiss XP-31
22. MiG-15 (Red Falcons)
23. Blackburn AD Scout

My Murph's Models Collection

1. Heinkel He-70F-2 (Luftwaffe Splinter)
2. Burnelli CBY-3
3. Douglas A3D-1 Skywarrior
4. Sikorsky S-40
5. Lockheed F-104N (NASA Late scheme)
6. Lockheed F-104G (Marine)
7. Lockheed F-104G (Starfighters)
8. Lockheed F-104C (USAF)
9. Lockheed CF-104 (RCAF Tiger Meet)
10. Handley Page O/400
11. Northrop BT-1
12. Northrop BT-1 (Gray CAG Aircraft)
13. Focke Wulf FW-189 Uhu (white scheme)
14. Focke Wulf FW-189 Uhu (camo scheme)
15. Bristol Blenhein MkIF
16. Aichi D3A1
17. Aichi D3A2
18. Savoia Marchetti SM-79I Sparviero
19. Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero
20. Focke Wulf FW-44 (Finland)
21. Focke Wulf FW-44 (Swiss)
22. Focke Wulf FW-44 (Romenian)
23. Focke Wulf FW-44 (Luftwaffe pre war scheme)
24. Focke Wulf FW-44 (Brazilian Navy)
25. SPAD XIII (Guynemeyer)
26. SPAD XIII (Rickenbaker)
27. SPAD XIII (Frank Luke Jr.)
28. Curtiss B-2 Condor (Need replace several damaged in the move)
29. Junkers J-1 (Camo Scheme)
30. Junkers J-1 (Sand/Green Scheme)
31. Noorduyn Noserman (Civil)
32. Noorduyn Noserman (Canadian Civil with floats)
33. Noorduyn Noserman (USAAC UC-64)
34. F&W 3605 (Swiss Air Force)
35. F&W 3605 (Civil Warbird)
36. F&W 3605 (Civil Glider Tug)
37. Mitsubishi Ki-1
38. Zvesno Aviamatka (Need replace (one day) wrong colors)
39. Ryan L-17
40 Ryan Navion
41. Eurocopter AS 350 (Brazilian Navy Esquilo)
42. Martim PBM-5 Mariner (Outdated build need replace and recolor)
43. Martim PBM-5A Mariner (Outdated build need replace and recolor)
44. Mitsubishi Ki-30
45. Kawazaki Ki-32
46. Kawanish H6K4
47. Kawanish J7W1 Shinden
48. Heinkel He-59D-1 (D-ARIX)
49. Heinkel He-59D-1 (Luftwaffe)
50. Douglas TBD-1 Devastator (Midway On permanent CCCP display)
51. Douglas B-18 Bolo
52. Douglas B-18C Bolo
53. Diamond DA-40
54. CANT Z1018 Leone
55. CANT Z501 Gabbiano (Need replace several damaged in the move)
56. Boeing Preagnant Guppy (Need replace several damaged in the move)
57. Boeing KC-97G Stratotanker
58. Boeing E-3 Sentry
59. Boeing KC-135(Need replace several damaged in the move)
60. Douglas A-1 Skyraider (USN Vietnan)
61. Douglas A-1 Skyraider (USN Korea)
62. Douglas A-1 Skyraider (South Vietnan Air Force)
63. Aerocommander U-4B (USAF)
64. Aerocommander U-4B (USAF - Air Force One)
65. North American P-51H (Early) Mustang
66. Vought XF8U Crusader
67. Vought F8U-1 Crusader (USN)
68. Vought F8U-1 Crusader (Drone Controller)
69. Vought F8U-1 Crusader (NASA FBW Lab)
70. Breda 88 Lince
71. Pilatus PC-7 (Chilean Navy)
72. Pilatus PC-7 (Swiss Air Force)
73. Pilatus PC-7 (South Africa Air Force)
74. Yermolaev Yer 2
75. Petlyakov Pe-8 (Need replace (one day) wrong colors)
76. North American FJ-4B Fury (USMC)
77. North American FJ-4B Fury (USN Drone controller)
78. North American BT-9C (USAAC)
79. North American NA-46 (Brazilian Navy)
80. Fouga Magister (Brazilian Air Force - Esquadrilha da Fumaša)
81. Fouga Magister (Civil)
82. Lockheed F-104N (NASA early color scheme)
83. North American AJ-1 Savage (NASA)
84. Grumman J4F-1 Windgeon (USCG)
85. Witteman-Lewis XBTN-1
86. North American XF-86H Sabre
87. North American F-86H Sabre
88. MiG-25 (Outdated build need replace and recolor)
89. Hall PH-3 (USN)
90. Hall PH-3 (USCG)
91. Dassault Falcon (FEDEX)
91. Grumman HU-25 Guardian (USCG)
92. Grumman HU-25 Guardian (NASA Clima Lab)
93. USS Akron
94. Lockheed U-2B (NASA)
95. Lockheed U-2B (CIA)
96. Lockheed U-2B (USAF)
97. Convair XP-82 early
98. Convair XP-82 late
99. North American T-39 Sabreliner
100. North American Sabreliner
101. Lockheed A-12 Blackbird (NASA)
102. Lockheed A-12 Blackbird (CIA)
103. Lockheed M-21 Drone System
104. Lockheed YF-12 Blackbird
105. Yokosuka D4Y2 "Judy"
106. Tupolev Tu-22M3 (Need replace several damaged in the move)
107. MiG-19C (VVS Red Falcons)
108. MiG-19C (VVS)
109. MiG-19C (East German Air Force)
110. Shenyang F-6 Early
111. DHC Dash 8 (Civil Flybe)
112. DHC E-9 Widget (USAF)

My Fiddlers Green/Murph's Models Collection

1. Ford C-4 Trimotor
2. Curtiss A-8 Shrike
3. Curtiss A-12 Shrike
4. Douglas TBD-1 Devastator (Pre War On permanent CCCP display)
5. RQ-1 Predator

My Texas Tailwheel Association/Murph's Models Collection

1. North American P-51H Mustang (Texas National Air Guard)

My Recolors and Mods from Fiddlers Green (Aarron Designs)/Oddball/Murph's Models Collection

1. MiG-15 (VVS in China 1951)
2. MiG-15 (Soviet Defector 1956)
3. Martin 139WH-3 (ML-KNIL 1942)
4. Martin 139WAN (Armada Argentina 1939).
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Old 02-17-2020, 09:40 PM
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Here my planning schedule for future builds, is change sometimes and I add in the future new itens.

Betas

Cunliffe-Owen Clyde Clipper
Burnelli CBY-3 (N17N register)

Others Builds (Murph's Models)

1. Curtiss P-36 series
2. Brewster F2A3
3. Argentina PBY Catalina
4. MC-202 Folgore
5. NA-46 Sweden
6. DHC Caribou (Santa Claus)
7. Grumman TBM (George Bush plane)
8. GD F-16C (USAF)
9. Avro CF-100 Canuck
10. Aichi D3A1 (Midway colors)

Tomorrow I post about ODB, Fiddlers Green (by Aaron) and my intention on mods and repaints...
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OMG such a long list...........you're gonna be around forever!
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OMG such a long list...........you're gonna be around forever!
Is a ten years of modelling, is natural the long sequence
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About my future build plans from other branchs (designed by Aaron) and my future projects of repaint and Mods


Future builds by Oddball

He-111 (Trop)
He-111 (Battle of Britain)
Aichi E11A1
Cessna Skymaster
BV-141
Henschel P035
Grumman X-29
Mitsubishi G4M2
DH Vampire

Future builds by FG (Aaron Design)

Martin B-10 (with my mod)
Martin B-10A (with my mod)

Future builds by Oddball/Texas Tailwheel Association

Martin 167

My future projects on repaint for all Branchs

Martin 167 (ALA)
Kawazaki Ki-10
Nakajima Type 91 (upgrade for II version)
Aichi D1A2
Aichi D1A1 (downgrade)
MiG-15 series
Tupolev TB-3
Polikarpov I-16
Polikarpov I-5
Tupolev Tu-16 Series
MiG-25
Ford 5AT (repaints and downgrade to 4AT)
Ki-30
Ki-32
Magister
UH-60
S-58
Martin 139
FW-44
DC-2
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