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Old 05-18-2018, 03:54 PM
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Wow! Nice job.

NOT a criticism but was the fuselage start really oriented that way on the real one?
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Old 05-18-2018, 04:08 PM
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I was wondering who will notice that first

Yes,that star should be rotated.Aaron is much better at adjustments like that.I haven't even noticed until I starter rolling fuselage pieces.
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My printer is acting up again so this one came a bit pink-ish.

La-9 in livery used by N.Korean AF,likely flown by Russians and/or Chinese pilots.Interesting plane as it brings together original Lavochkin ideas with some American ones and a whole lot of German technologies.All this in really small package,just look up videos of one flying air shows.

Kit came together all by itself with no troubles .It's scaled down a bit.

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Old 06-20-2018, 07:19 AM
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My second paper build

Having a crack at Murphy’s SPAD from Saratoga, I think this one is dragging me deeper into the murky world of papercraft, I now have four kits on the go including 1 more of Murphs and two from AirDave
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Old 06-20-2018, 07:22 AM
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Murph SPAD

Forgot to add my photo to the previous
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Old 06-20-2018, 08:06 AM
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Army T-28 Chase Plane

Great La-9 and SPAD!

Here is my test build of Murph's T-28 repainted by John Bowden to resemble one of the U.S. Navy North American T-28Bs bailed (loaned under executive agreement) to the Army in 1966, initially to be used by the U.S. Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity (AAEFA) at Edwards Air Force Base (AFB) as chase aircraft for the Cheyenne helicopter test program.

The T-28Bs were not fast or agile enough for the Cheyenne program, but three of them (137702, 137716, and 138327) remained in service with the AAEFA on airspeed calibration and miscellaneous test support duties until 1987, when they were replaced by Beechcraft T-34C Mentors.

The Army Airborne and Special Operations Test Board (ASOTB) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, also used T-28Bs as parachute delivery system chase aircraft.

This model (with no serial number, so it is just a generic Army chase plane) is in the Navy color scheme. The first T-28s bailed to the Army were in Navy dark blue, some operated in the white/dayglow orange Navy scheme, and most were repainted in the standard army gloss olive drab and white scheme.

John has done several repaints, so some day I hope to build a set of Army T-28s in the various color schemes.

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Having a crack at Murphy’s SPAD from Saratoga, I think this one is dragging me deeper into the murky world of papercraft, I now have four kits on the go including 1 more of Murphs and two from AirDave
Look for my SPAD build on here somewhere. I did it in 1:100 and it is one of my best builds.

(Well someone has to toot my horn!!)

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Old 06-20-2018, 09:36 AM
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Interesting T-28. It looks so good,I should try one as well.
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Murph's Henschel HS P.75

Here is my completed Murph's Models Henschel HS P.75 from the Bass-Ackwards collection.









I made a few (a lot of) errors, but it came out looking OK. Scale is around 1/35 figured by taking the wingspan and then the length of the model and using the information on the instructions sheet provided with the model. The length of the model is 13.75 inches or around 35 cm.
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Old 06-24-2018, 09:29 AM
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That's one sleek bird.Doesn't look like that many errors were made.It looks very good.
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