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Old 05-02-2022, 08:49 PM
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Thanks my friends! The next step is a showroom builds.
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Old 05-08-2022, 01:10 PM
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Well friends, Gerry1966 is starting the work of repainting the versions, and we are going as far as possible to assemble them. Despite some complexity, our model is relatively simple to build because most airplane structures are a box. In the fuselage, the front part that requires a little more attention.



The first version is a French battle machine belonging to the Armée de l'Air in unit GB1/23, commanded by Czech pilot Chief Sergeant Jan Hrnčíř during the Battle of France in 1940. This particular example has a non-standard mark which is this long blue arrow on the fuselage.















Note that the pieces have collage tabs in both directions, that the modeller has the possibility to choose the side by cutting the excess tabs or use the Prudenziatti gluing method with dual tabs. The fuselage section that fits the canopy also has a former it is necessary to use it to maintain the rigidity in the set, note that the tab of the central section where this piece fits was sectioned for the general fit and for the future gluing of the canopy.

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Old 05-08-2022, 04:22 PM
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Our first MB 200 looking good Péricles.
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Well, well, well, here they are!
All Blochs are ready for action. Finally, we prepared the following versions:
- Marcel Bloch MB.210 BN5 Verdun (Armée de l'Air de l'Armistice, unknown unit, Southern France 1941)
- Marcel Bloch MB.210 BN5 Verdun (Armée de l'Air, GB I/21, Capt. Pasteau, La Ferté Gaucher AB, May 1940)
- Marcel Bloch MB.210 BN5 Verdun (Armée de l'Air, GB I/23, pilot Sgt.Chef Jan Hrnčíř, Orange-Plan de Dieu AB, June 1940)
- Marcel Bloch MB.210 BN5 Verdun (Forțele Aeriene Regale ale României, Escuadrila 82 Bombardament, Southern Russia 1942)
- Marcel Bloch MB.210 BN5 Verdun (Fuerzas Aéreas de la República Española, Grupo 72 de Bombardeo Nocturno, 1937)
- Marcel Bloch MB.210 BN5 Verdun (Luftwaffe, A Staffel, Fallschirmschule 2, Northern France, 1942)
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Excellent job guys.
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Looking forward to this important bomber!

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Great design, Péricles and Gerry!

Good work so far on the model, Péricles!

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Old 05-11-2022, 06:13 AM
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Thank you my friends!

I hope that when the model goes on sale at Ecardmodels, you will have as much fun as Gerry1966 and I had fun designing. The construction of the current version continues, news coming soon.
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Old 05-11-2022, 11:23 AM
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Well done, Péricles and Jaromir.

It's good to have some "competition" in the 1/100 scale designs (not only from the two of you) . Anyway I don't mind (and I don't mean "competition" in a bad way, just in the sense that I don't design to get rich.)

The only "problem" that might occur if several people are doing Century scale models will be that we might have the same inspiration for our designs

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