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Old 05-23-2020, 05:34 AM
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Light bomber Caproni CA-311M by Juan (pucara73)

Hello to all.

I'm very glad to possibility to tell modeler community about one very good development. This is a first model of our colleuge Juan (call sign pucara73 :-) who is topic starter "The corner of my paper planes" in Aviation subdivision.
This model interested me becouse it had been developed and painted by hands, without using a 3D modeling programm.

In anyway, model made accurately and it very plesure and easy to assemle.
So, let's go.

First of all I decided to save slightly. :-)



I started with central part of fuselage. It was need to start with nose part. I didn't work with models for a long time and foget the order of assemling a little.






It is better way to cut out details by knife and template. When I was a student I drew my drawings in this way. There is another important moment. I mean way of cutting. Do hold your knife slightly inclined to outside when you cut. Then an edge of your detail will be have angle, which let you make a tight joint with zero gap between connectable dtails.




Now I have a break.



Step by step and fuselage is complete and it got a tail.




So far, so good by the moment.
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Old 05-23-2020, 05:36 AM
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Looking good!
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Looks very good. The parts seem to fit nicely.
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Old 05-23-2020, 06:26 AM
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Thank you.
Unfortunately, joining the parts made not as good as I would like. Hopefully later it will be better.
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Old 05-23-2020, 07:32 AM
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Thank you very much Dane for posting the assembly of the model, it looks great!!
and a small correction, the model was made with a 3D program (Metasequoia),
textured with Corel Draw and Corel Photo Paint, in some future model i am going to
experiment with hand texturing, in this post you can see a advancement
I made while developing the Caproni http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/704737-post18.html
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So far, your work on this Caproni looks really good, Dane.
Should be a nice model and definitely an interesting WWII plane too.
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Thank you for sharing this very illustrative!
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Old 05-23-2020, 05:00 PM
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On the second day of construction, the model showed a soul ....



It is very convenient to cut the wheels with a round chisel.



I made wheels with a drill.



I soldered the legs of landing gear from wire from paper clips. Previously, I sawed the grooves in the racks with a file, so that the total diameter of the leg was the right size.





Never throw away used pencils. With their help, you can color a lot of models.



The model is ready with the exception of two parts. I don't understand how to make fairings for machine guns at the root of the wing. It seems to me I tired. Day was long.






I liked the model. Its easy to assemble it. This model is well suited for adolescents and beginners in modeling. In spite of the simplicity of design, the model looks very high quality. I would add more formers so that it is possible to make the shape of some details more accurate. I mean the front window of the cockpit and the shape of the wing in the area of ​​the engine nacelles.







I congrats Juan with the first model. I wish him a new good designes.




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Looks great! Wonderful work Dane.
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Very nice work Dane.Are weathering effects still visible after printing?They look great on files but I don't think most printers can actually make them as great as they can be.

On other note this bomber looks a bit like a child of Model 10 Electra and Avro Anson MkI.
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