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Old 07-24-2020, 10:31 PM
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Thank's my friends!

Initially I must work on the Vampire at the same time, leaving more free time for the DH-61, although in the next few days I should initially build the jig. In general, the Jigs that Aaron designs for his biplanes work very well, requiring very few adjustments, more because of the modeler. The prognosis examining the planned parts is of a quiet construction, but this will only be seen when I start the construction itself ...
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Looking forward to seeing Aaron's answer to the Vampire F1. Those bullets on the rudders had me holding off trying to modify his Oddball version. That Giant Moth sounds like a great kit.


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My solution to those bullet fairings was to do the earlier version that didn't have them.
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My solution to those bullet fairings was to do the earlier version that didn't have them.
Oh . Ok, will have to think some more on those .


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I'm also working on those.
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I'm also working on those.
That would be great . Your design skills are much higher than anything I can put together.


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After a one and half week delay, is time to show the advances on Aaron Vampire, I build ins same time three early machines, Swiss, UK and Swedish, I make wings, and part of tail, and prepare all formers (wing bars and fuselage sections).














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Last night I started the DH-61, on a 1/100 scale, as I usually like to build smaller pieces before moving on to larger sets. I built the cockpit and cut the tail and engine parts.












The formers are laminated too.
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Well friends!

Today we had little progress in the Giant Moth, built several subsidiary parts, such as the tail, engine, propeller, air intake, the central tank of the upper wing and built the model construction jig. I think this is a great favor that Aaron does to build his biplanes, although this jig does not serve to apply the cables (in this case we need the immobilized model, but with more movement and access area.







As recommended in the instructions, the base of the jig was glued on thick cardboard and the other pieces and elements on 120g paper. From my previous experience in this type of model, my prognosis is that we will have a beautiful assembly without major problems with this jig. Tomorrow I must also concentrate on subsidiary assemblies, as I will build the exhausts, the landing gear, the wings together with their formers, and then start to build the fuselage itself.











Time to dry the jig (24 hours maybe) and tomorrow more steps is finished (I hope)
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I appreciate all the clear images of your work (as always).

This is a most interesting aircraft.

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Thanks Don!

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