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Old 03-20-2022, 12:13 PM
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We glued the engine fairings and the pixelated Ukrainian trident appeared beautifully. The method was the same as the back gluing, note my special 3D printed assembly repair, optimized to 1/100 scale, custom made especially for me.







We started the construction of the stabilizers and the air inlets/engines, note that I used a creasing tool (which is common in Brazilian crafts that work with book binding and custom diary manufacture) to make the folding of the air inlets look curve.









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Marvellous Péricles . Top build.
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Old 03-20-2022, 02:51 PM
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Taking shape and looking good Péricles.
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A nice model, and a sad remainder of what is going on :-(
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Old 03-21-2022, 05:08 PM
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A nice model, and a sad remainder of what is going on :-(
Indeed Pablo I'm afraid about the results of this war in Europe, autocrats with nuclear weapons is a real danger...
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Well friends, the model is heading towards the finals as we say here in Brazil.

We prepared the air inlets / motors, note that there is a part in the air inlet that goes internally and that works as a kind of "ceiling", the next part of the hood after built will be rounded to fit the other parts of the hood.













After drying the parts, we prepare the hoods, which are composed of three parts, two external and one internal, note the perforation in the gluing flaps of the upper fairing of the engines for a better fit, we took advantage and glued the horizontal stabilizers. always checking plants to scale.











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Old 03-21-2022, 05:24 PM
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We prepared the canopy and the rear and front sensors, small parts that require attention because they need to be glued from the top of the corner, in the canopy as in other parts we separate and glue the flaps behind.











We then prepare the vertical tails. It is divided into three different pieces, an important tip is not to glue them all together before gluing to the fuselage, if you glue from the largest to the smallest, the camouflage textures fit beautifully.











The main part of the model is completed, which was to check the camouflage alignments. Bruno did as usual, an extraordinary job, the precision of the "pixels" fitting is impressive, there is no misalignment whatsoever. Tonight I have to finish the landing gear, touch up with paint all the details, bruises and white edges and finally a coat of varnish. And we can move on to a new project.

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Top marks to both Bruno and yourself Péricles.
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