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Old 11-06-2020, 05:49 AM
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Thanks for supporting with the links and images. Until now all parts of the fuselage fits well together. I decided to make the "dents" and the 4 canons at the front of the fuselage which were not intended in the original MM palns. The same is with the interior. I will make it by myself.
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Old 11-06-2020, 05:57 AM
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Whatever shade of green you use, please note that the Shinden was an experimental prototype and never went operational. So as such all the colors were in new and clean condition. No chipping, no wear, no stains.

The original Maly Modelarsz version was a product of minimum information and as such looked like a strangely worn war machine.


If you plan a "What if" version, then go ahead and have fun with it.


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"What if" is a good Idea! I like it.
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Old 11-16-2020, 02:06 AM
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Hello again. After a week of hard work in my job i have now a view days off, so can go on with my Shinden. I did the parts of the fuselage and the propeler. All parts fits well together. The concept work of this old model is really good. I did the interior of the cockpit by myself. Like I mentioned before, the interior does not exist in this model version. Next the wings and landing gears are coming.
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Now the Shinden slowly takes shape. I wanted to try out a new idea and made the landing gears wheel of some FIMO clay. I think they are not bad. The wings are also atached. But for the small vertical wings I have to built one small wheel on each side. They also are not on the original plans of MM like the cockpit.
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Cool model there, does it say who did the original design?
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It's coming together very nicely. Great work.


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Cool model there, does it say who did the original design?

The model for the MM was designed by Bohdan Wasiak.
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Old 11-21-2020, 07:39 AM
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Thanks. Ive now to make the small wheels, that prevent the propeler to touching the ground when the plane takes off. Thats what happend to the first prototype. I found pictures on a Youtube video.
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Sorry for the deley but I have a 64 h week due to the Corona. But I had some time to make the small wheels and finaly atached the fuselage together and some details on the rear fuselage (cooling inlets or what that word in english??).
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