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Old 12-17-2017, 08:39 PM
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De Havilland «Mosquito» 1/33. History Parts

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This is a first experience for me as a publisher. Just want to share some info on my custom designed De Havilland «Mosquito» kit. It is in 1/33 scale. I choose this very nice and famous British bomber as a first simple kit to publish as History Parts brand series



Got the first kits from commercial printing house.



Cover art



10 A4 size sheets with parts/details



Manual first page



And the second one



First test build from one of the friends.



Upside down. Some engine nacelles inner interior visible.



Cockpit closer look. This is a home printed test build copy.



All the ailerons and rudders can be made rotatable.



Rudders

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Hope I'm not the only one who like beautiful "Mosquito" outlines so much!


Not sure it is a right place for announce or advertising - I am sorry in case I'm violating any forum regulations and ready to relocate the post in a proper location if needed.


Thank you!
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Old 12-17-2017, 10:15 PM
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Very nice looking model, also one of my favorites from WWII up there with the Spitfire and Mustang (B & D). I would like it but it's way above my building abilities. But still a great looking model
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Old 12-17-2017, 10:22 PM
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one of my favorites from WWII up there with the Spitfire and Mustang (B & D).l
thank you!
Spitfire and Mustang are just perfect too!

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would like it but it's way above my building abilities.
btw, all the rudders and ailerons can be build non-rotating, this is a way to make a build much easier/faster
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great looking model.how do we purchase
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great looking model.how do we purchase
Thanks!
I've made ebay page for this kit. Paypal is necessary for payments. Please note that manual is in russian only! I am about to translate it and make available for download as PDF probably.
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My favorite aircraft too. May I ask what program you used in the instructions manual?
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Old 12-18-2017, 12:42 AM
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May I ask what program you used in the instructions manual?
This is AutoCAD export with hidden lines + Adobe Illustrator for "painting" - a bit difficult and takes some time, but looks nice to me
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Old 12-18-2017, 07:46 AM
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Hello!
This is a first experience for me as a publisher. Just want to share some info on my custom designed De Havilland «Mosquito» kit. It is in 1/33 scale. I choose this very nice and famous British bomber as a first simple kit to publish as History Parts brand series










Rudders

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Hope I'm not the only one who like beautiful "Mosquito" outlines so much!


Not sure it is a right place for announce or advertising - I am sorry in case I'm violating any forum regulations and ready to relocate the post in a proper location if needed.


Thank you!
Eugene
Absolutely beautiful model. And I find the instructions excellent. As they should be, nice clear step by step drawings so any person can build the model.

The wooden wonder (As the Mosquito was known due to its balsa and plywood construction) deserves a beautiful and accurate model and yours looks beautiful.
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Fantastic model. Very nice job.

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Simple it ain't,good looking it is .

What's the web site of the publisher? I wonder if he has any other gems like that.
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