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Old 05-06-2010, 05:18 AM
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ผมชอบภาพพวกนี้มากๆ มันน่าทึ่งจริงๆ

i do love these pictures, it"s really amazing!!!
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Old 05-06-2010, 05:28 AM
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I built the VFC-111 recolor. I used a different nose cone this time.
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Old 05-06-2010, 06:36 AM
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แหม ว่าไปแล้วผมต้องขอบคุณตา คาเฟ่นี่นะ ที่ทำให้เจ้าคเรื่องบินจิ๋วของผม กลายเป็นของเล่นนานาชาติ ว่างๆ ผมว่าจะทำเล่นสักลำ

Dear Cafe,

It's really amazing to see my airplane have got these custom made parts!!!! I love it!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!! =)
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Old 05-07-2010, 03:17 AM
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You shared, Doubting Thomas shared, and I'm happy to share!

The main landing gear would be too short if the wings were glued a bit higher on the sides. It's actually taken from my F-5A/B/T-38. I just changed the shape of the doors.
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Hi,

Cafe, wow such fast work!!! Looks like the colors are even better than mine, they came out more closer to the real one in the picture.

Chiawat I really enjoy the videos you have on Youtube. I'm glad the children of Thailand have a great hero like you. I was wondering how you did the clear canopies
on the 1/200 scale planes. Are they made of resin? I saw how Getter 1 here on the
forum did one for the new Stalhart F-18. They really make the paper models stand
out.

Jeff
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Old 05-07-2010, 03:59 PM
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Wednesday was a stressful day at work. So I had to do something to relieve it once I got home.

I really like your coloring.
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Old 05-08-2010, 05:34 AM
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Cool

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Hi,

Cafe, wow such fast work!!! Looks like the colors are even better than mine, they came out more closer to the real one in the picture.

Chiawat I really enjoy the videos you have on Youtube. I'm glad the children of Thailand have a great hero like you. I was wondering how you did the clear canopies
on the 1/200 scale planes. Are they made of resin? I saw how Getter 1 here on the
forum did one for the new Stalhart F-18. They really make the paper models stand
out.

Jeff
The simple technique was posted on the F- 22 Raptor which all equipments, tools, and technique, please visit and take a look.

It's a thin plastic cover sheet that generally use to cover toys box, cake box.....That's it!!
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Old 05-08-2010, 10:51 AM
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Thanks Chiawat,

You do such amazing work. I'll have a
look.

Have you considered using a rubber band
slingshot to launch your paper airplanes?
So they can fly farther/higher.

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Old 05-10-2010, 12:51 AM
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Thanks Chiawat,

You do such amazing work. I'll have a
look.

Have you considered using a rubber band
slingshot to launch your paper airplanes?
So they can fly farther/higher.

Jeff
Dear Jeff,
My girlfriend once told me about this launching method which I considered that it will quite useful, however, for my personal favorite, I do love my pepr plane glide naturally.

Thanks for your kind advice.
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Old 08-17-2010, 03:15 AM
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Cool My F-5 Fleet!!!!!!

After watching your guys show for months, now it's good time for me to show off my fleet!!!!
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