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Old 05-22-2021, 07:11 PM
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They look great, great previews.
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Old 05-22-2021, 08:03 PM
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Old 05-22-2021, 08:17 PM
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Smile Update in the builds.

In the last two days I tried to finish our triple construction. Recalling that these three models are a complete repainting (in the case of the NiD-52) and the other two are improvements in the painting of models previously made by Bruno.





















The construction of the wings requires a certain effort in their connection with the fuselage. In the photos we see some of the steps, with the gluing of the radiators and cables, as well as the arms that connect the wings, I recommend starting the gluing at the top and after adjusting it dry. With everything dry, we glue the remaining pieces and all that remains is to apply the varnish.
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Old 05-22-2021, 09:41 PM
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Smile Trio of Sesquiplans

Well friends first, the photos of the whole set of the three sesquiplans (in fact the NiD-52 is almost a parasol monoplane), and then we can make separate posts for each plane.
It is worth remembering that the NiD-62 and NiD 622 are basically the same Bruno models with more details in the paintings that were missing, such as serial numbers, weight and performance data on the tail, production numbers and insignia. The manufacture of the radiator on the legs of the landing gear, the electricity generator, in addition to modifying the wing of the NiD-622 are details that did not exist in the previous model, in this specific case the main difference is concentrated in the ailerons that are continuous in the wing of the 622. The two models of the NiD-62 and 622 are well known to modelers, mainly of the plastic model since the subject of the NiD 622 has the popular kit from Heller and the NiD-62 from Azur / Special Hobby both in 1/72 scale . In Bruno's catalog these models in particular are: # 788 and # 789. The NiD-52 is an integral repaint with no modifications to the original model.









Some details were painted because by manipulating the model the paper was injured. Detail that the tail ski was reinforced with cyanocrylate glue so as not to deform. The only detail in scratchbuilding is a conduit cable installed in each model with gray colored paper.
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Old 05-22-2021, 09:49 PM
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Smile Nieuport Delage NiD 622 "Defence of Paris"

The first of trio is a Nieuport Delage NiD 622 (production number 64) military matricule R-395 of 34th Regiment Mixte 6th escadrille of Armeé d'l' Air in 1932. this unit is based close to Paris and you duty is defend the French Capital.

This subject is based on classic box of Heller plastic kit and is one of my lembrance of adolescence in late 1980's and first contact on French Aviation...

The color is Vert Ermellite or Foliage Green, like a NiD-42 show previous a weeks ago...

























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Old 05-22-2021, 09:54 PM
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Smile Nieuport Delage 62 - Aéronautique Navale

The second model is a NiD 62 (production number 330) from Escadrille Navale 3C1 in 1930. This aircraft is a leader of third section of Escadrille (Aircrafts 7, 8 and 9).





















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Smile Hispano-Nieuport NiD-52

The third plane is a Hispano-Nieuport NiD-52 in colors before the Spanish Civil War. The subject represent a machine 3-58 allocated of 19th group (black panthers) of Military Aviation of Republic of Spain in 1935.





















This repaint is based on model # 790 from Bruno's catalog.

I inform you that all of these models with their modifications and repaintings will soon be available from Ecardmodels.

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Very nice work, both the repaint and construction.
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Very nice models.Those planes appear in few pages of the Osprey book "Spanish Republican Aces". Few aces started their part of war flying those planes. Reading that book I got an impression Spanish climate and lack of proper maintenance cut life of those planes a lot.
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Very nice models.Those planes appear in few pages of the Osprey book "Spanish Republican Aces". Few aces started their part of war flying those planes. Reading that book I got an impression Spanish climate and lack of proper maintenance cut life of those planes a lot.
Karol you again are right. Like a NiD-29 the NiD-52 have fuselage make with a mix construction of wood and metal, and Hispano Suiza engine require many cares in dust and dry climas. In fact at the time of Spanish Civil War, Gruppo 19 is divided and serve in both sides, and make a dogfights. NiD-52 are obsolet like Fiat CR-32 and Polikarpov I-15 and soon are replace.

Now continue my biplane mood and in french machines, I start four Breguet XIX...
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