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Old 08-08-2012, 08:44 AM
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Thank's my friends! Ray is right , is a XBTK-1.

John you give me a good idea, but I need take more shots from my display case.

More three shots.

The shelves is more or less organized by subject...



1/100 aircraft collection...



The display is a MDF frame with glass...



Sci-Fi and plastic models section...
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Old 08-08-2012, 10:33 AM
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Wow that is fantastic!

You small scale building guys are on to something, THAT's the way to go if you want to have a great model display!

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Old 08-08-2012, 01:28 PM
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Thank's John

For a big collection I believe a small scales is a ideal, I like a lot 1/100 because is not too big (like 1/72) and not too smaller (like 1/144).

Currently I have 95 models and I built an average of two to three per month depending on the complexity. I prefer to use e-models (DGA, Marek, Lad'N'Dad), but in many cases scaneio magazines that I buy in stores and reduce it to the 1/100.
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Just gorgeous!! The only problem I can see is sneezing and having the model crash into the wall!!!!
As 1:100 is quite large, you should stop breathing complete when looking at this crazy guy K.u.K Seeflieger Arsenal auf der Insel St. Catarina in Pola (jetzt Pula) 1:1250 - Bauberichte Architektur - Kartonbau.de - Alles rund ums Kartonmodell who is constructing his seaplane port in 1:1250!
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I think the 1/100 is a good intermediate-scale aircraft. Work on the seaplane base is impressive, but 1/1250 is a reasonable size architectural scale, what impresses me are the details of this construction.
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gomidefilho,

Can you tell me something about the material out of which you build your models? I assume is not just heavy weight paper, but rather some thin foam core material. Is this correct? How do you print on this? Can you pass it through an inkjet printer?

-- Harry

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I use paper, in this case a 120g filecoat (sulfite) paper and 240g heavy cardboad. I use a two domestic inkjet printer: Epson T-25 and HP D2400, I printed my models in photographic mode, after I spray a layer of varnish for protect and light the print. I not use a foam or similar material for reinforcement (this scale is to small for this)
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