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Old 12-29-2019, 03:50 PM
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I continue in home the work on George, the only problem is a hot temp made in southern Brazilian, yesterday is a hottest place in Brazil, my place is a subtropical latitude (yes the clima is change...), not have difficult to made a main parts of model, the wing fillets need more attention to fix...





















Several white edges cracks and small details I paint after with acrylic paint, the only customization is made a canon pipes with card strips and add wire antennas...
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Old 12-29-2019, 03:52 PM
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Brent made a marvelous work in the textures as always!!
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Old 12-29-2019, 03:54 PM
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In the moment here my all 1/100 planes from Japan Mood repaint by Rata and Brent based on Bruno designs...







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Old 12-29-2019, 04:02 PM
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Time to update the list and make planning on Collection:

Update List Collection of all my builds from Scissors and Planes and Planning (change any time )


Model builds from General Catalogue:

1. Supermarine S6B
2. Loire Nieuport LN-411
3. Mitsubishi A6M2K
4. Renard R31
5. Martin T4M1
6. Dassault Ouragan
7. Dassault Mystere IIC
8. Dassault Mystere IVB
9. Dassault Super Mystere
10. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21UMD
11. Hispano HA-100 Triana
12. Vultee V-1 "Bombardero"
13. Yakovlev yak-15 "Feather"
14. DH-108
15. Lavochkin La-15
16. Yakovlev Yak-30
17. Lavochkin La-200
18. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Soviet Green)
19. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Polish)
20. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Polish)
21. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Tchecoeslovaquia)
22. MiG-9 (Chinese Green)
23. MiG-9 (Chinese Gray- Silver)
24. MiG-9 (Soviet Staling Flag)
25. Dassault Ouragan (EC "Cambralis")
26. Yakovlev Yak-25M
27. Yakovlev Yak-21
28. MiG-9UTI
29. Supermarine Type 224
30. MiG-17F
31. Yakovlev Yak-25S
32. Yakovlev Yak-25RV
33. MiG-9P
34. MiG-9 (Red 22 Soviet)
35. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Chinese)
36. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Yellow 22 Soviet)
37. MiG-9M

Models Builds from Mods and Repaints by Brent:

1. Yakovlev Yak-9P
2. Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki
3. Kawasaki Ki-100 Ia
4. Nakajima N1K1-J George


Models Builds from Mods and Repaints by Rata:

1. Nakajima Ki-27

In Preparation in CCCP Meetings:

1. Ansaldo SVA-5 (Mexico) - Temporary Hold (resume after second half of december)
2. Nieuport Delage NiD-29 (Spanish) - Temporary Hold (resume after second half of december)
3. Martinsyde Buzzard (Irish) - Temporary Hold (resume after second half of december)
4. Martinsyde Buzzard (Portuguese) - Temporary Hold (resume after second half of december)
5. Latécoère 28 (Air France)
6. Latécoère 28 (F-AJLO)
7. Latécoère 28 (F-AJNQ)


In Preparation (Brent Mods and Repaints):

1. Douglas DB-7 - Temporary Hold (resume after second half of december)
2. Aichi D3A2 - Cutting pieces
3. Yokosuka D4Y3 - Cutting pieces

In Preparation (Rata Mods and Repaints):

1. Nakajima Ki-27a (Triple build one with cockpit) - 10 th independent flying company - Cutting pieces and print Ki-27 Cockpit from Der Kampfflieger model
2. Nakajima Ki-27b 77th Sentai - Cutting pieces

In Preparation (My Mods and Repaints):

1. Mitsubishi Ki-21 - Royal Thai Air Force 1942 Unknown Unit - Cutting Pieces
2, Mitsubishi Ki-21 - 3rd chutai, 60th sentai -China 1940 - Cutting Pieces
3. Mitsubishi Ki-51 Mitsubishi Ki-51, Aikoku 569 (Kyushu Confectionery), Hiko Dai 44 Sentai, China Area, 1943 - Cutting Pieces
4. Mitsubishi G3M2 - 3rd Kokutai Takao 1941 - Cutting pieces

Planning on CCCP:

1. Douglas TBD-1 Devastator (with many mods - Double build)
2. Nakajima Ki-27b from Rata Recolours (Double Build Home Defense Units)

Planning on Home:

General Catalogue:

1. DH Sea Vixen
2. Korozawa Ko-4
3. North American O-47
4. Tachikawa Ki-55
5. Nakajima Ki-27
6. Mitsubishi Ki-51
7. Tachikawa Ki-36
8. Seversky P-43 Lancer
9. Bleriot SPAD S510
10. Sopwith Snipe (with my mod)
11. Nieuport Delage NiD 622 (with my mod)
12. Dewoitine D-372 (with my mod)
13. Hawker Persian Fury (with my mod)
14. Focke Wulf FW 44 (Chile Air Force)
15. Polikarpov I-16 Type 5


Planning from Rata Recolous:

1. Ryan ST-M ML-KNIL
2. Curtiss P-40N
3. Tiger Moth (RAAF)
4. Seversky RP-43 Lancer

Planning from Gerry Papermodels:

1. Reggiane Re.2000 Sr.IIIa Falco
2. Reggiane Re.2000 GA Falco
3. Reggiane Re.2000 Sr. I Falco
4. Reggiane Re.2000 Héja I
5. Reggiane Re.2000 Héja I
6. MÁVAG Héja II

Planning from Brent Recolors and Mods:

1. Kawazaki Ki-45 Toryu
2. Aichi B7A1
3. Curtiss P-40M (NZ)
4. Supermarine Seafire III
5, Bell P-400 Airacobra
6. MiG-17F (with my mod)
7. Regiane Re-2001
8. Brewster B-239D ML-KNIL
9. Brewster Buffalo Mk I
10. Dewoitine D520
11. Morane Saulnier MS 406
12. Bloch 152
13. Breguet 693
14. Mig-15 Chinese
15. MiG-15 Chinese Camo

Planning from Pacificwind Recolors:

1. Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless (NZ)
2. Kawazaki Ki-61
3. Yokosuka D4Y2 (with my mod)
4. P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback
5. Curtiss P-40E
6. Mitsubishi A6M5 (with my mod)
7. Nakajima Ki-84 (with my mod)

My Mods and Repaints:

1. Tachikawa Ki-55 - Manchukuo Imperial Air Force - Mudken Air School (1944)
2. Tachikawa Ki-55 - IJAAF (I not able to identify the unit)
3. Yokosuka E14Y - (Y-25) - Midway Battle 1942
4. Mitsubishi Ki-21 - 21st chutai, 61st Sentai - Khakhin-Gol area, June 1939. This aircraft took part in Nomonhan Conflict.
5. Vickers (Hispano) Vildebest (camo scheme Republican)
6. Potez 450 (Project French Thai War)
7. Morane Saulnier MS 406 (Project French Thai War)
8. Potez 63 series (Project French Thai War)
9. Potez 25 (Project French Thai War)
10. Vought V93 (Project French Thai War)
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Old 12-29-2019, 04:08 PM
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Nice work on that Shiden. I've always liked this plane. Brent did an excellent work with repainting.

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... the only problem is a hot temp made in southern Brazilian, yesterday is a hottest place in Brazil, my place is a subtropical latitude (yes the clima is change...)
Honestly, I envy you that hot temperature in Brazil.
Here is the winter, temperature is mostly 0°C or slightly lower, days are really short, it gets dark very quick, lot of wind(unfortunately not PacificWind), gray skies with no sun. Really depressing atmosphere. California Dreamin' lyrics are so true right now.
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Old 12-29-2019, 04:21 PM
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Thank's but is a real temp in the time of write this post, my city is very big many skyscrapper and concrete...is not nice the hot temp up of 30ºC (may be up of 90°F of North American Friends)



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Old 12-29-2019, 06:16 PM
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Hot here in Australia too Pér. Over 40 deg in some places. And horrible bushfires too. Yes, the climate does change as it always has. And at the end of Summer and going into Autumn and then Winter it will change again- as it always has.

Anyway, enough of that. Nice 'George' buddy.
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Old 12-29-2019, 07:55 PM
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If anyone want to cool down come up to Toronto.Temp is hanging just a hair above freezing,it's breezy and wet.Winter will be late and it will drag on till May me thinks.

I tried to get my builds organized like Pericles but of course that doesn't quite work out.

Currently building king size A330.Even in 1:100 it will be the largest plane I ever build.
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Old 12-30-2019, 12:11 AM
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Thanks for the test build and comments, you did a really nice job. My weather for the day was 9 degrees and sunny at my home. I drove to my cabin in Washington state this afternoon and had the same weather.

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Old 12-30-2019, 07:24 AM
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Hot here in Australia too Pér. Over 40 deg in some places. And horrible bushfires too. Yes, the climate does change as it always has. And at the end of Summer and going into Autumn and then Winter it will change again- as it always has.

Anyway, enough of that. Nice 'George' buddy.

Sometimes the people in north not have idea what is dangerous the entire season have temp over 30ºC (more of 90ºF) at this moment is morning on Brazil 10:20 AM and temp have 36ºC with UV level extreme high and 0% of humidity... Is a consequence of Global change of clima ,the summer in south of Brazil 30 years ago is different, more rainy with max temp on 33ºC


But thank's Garry, I like a lot the George...
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