Main Menu
User Login
User Name
Password



View By Aircraft

Top Ten Aircraft :
(numbers in brackets represent number of images online)
Top Six Manufacturers :

Browse Images

Virtual Aerodrome Image Browser ( Small / Large ) Show : All | Parked | Flying | Build | Aerial | Reference
Page (41 in total) :  <<   5   6   7   8   9  [ 10 ]  11   12   13   14   15   >>  [ < Prev ] [ Next > ]
Hangar Aircraft Category Date Preview
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 15:02
Views : 163
Cut it apart because I needed the round pipe. I didn't want to buy an 8 foot section of pipe.
CreosotewindGuillows Series 800 - Stearman PT-17Parked13-Jun-14 15:00
Views : 812
For the camera I found this PVC fitting from the hardware store. I'm not sure what it is used for, but was almost perfect for my needs.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 13:42
Views : 184
The cut out pieces.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 13:41
Views : 162
I wanted to have a better detailed camera, so I had to cut out the wood brace and part of the molded in fuselage.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 13:40
Views : 159
Intake scoop epoxied to the fuselage. Several pieces of scrap wood filled the gaps.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 13:38
Views : 143
I needed to cut out another intake on the top of the scoop. I boxed it in with heavy card stock (an old business card.) Again, much use of the Dremel.
Hangar Aircraft Category Date Preview
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 13:36
Views : 181
The air intake needed to be cleaned out, opened up and a splitter added. The Dremel came in real handy on this project.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 10:04
Views : 223
The basic fuselage and wings on my desk.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 09:58
Views : 180
This would be an in-flight exhibit. First order was to patch a lot of holes and missing parts of the fuselage. I used some large pieces of basswood and epoxy to fill the gaps. This is also the cleanest my desk has been in a long time.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 09:53
Views : 169
Some of the reference images from my book.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 09:52
Views : 206
I did this project about two years ago for the Arizona Military Museum at Papago Park in Phoenix. They wanted a large scale model of a drone for their display. I gathered a lot of info on the internet for the MQ-9 Reaper and made a reference book to use during the build.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked13-Jun-14 09:50
Views : 255
New (old) project
Page (41 in total) :  <<   5   6   7   8   9  [ 10 ]  11   12   13   14   15   >>  [ < Prev ] [ Next > ]