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CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked24-Jul-14 15:15
Views : 160
He is slowly coming to shape.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked24-Jul-14 15:15
Views : 149
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked24-Jul-14 15:14
Views : 180
I decided to model this pose using some Tamiya figures and a lot of putty.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked24-Jul-14 15:13
Views : 207
Yesterday a childhood hero died, Wallace (Bill Thompson).
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:58
Views : 266
One more shot of the missiles. The noses are clear plastic dimples cut from goggly-eyes. The real missiles have cameras in their noses.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:54
Views : 238
I cut two parallel lines the width of the plastic, and the diameter of the inner circle in the plastic. I notched between the two lines and press-fit the "propellor" onto the cone. Again, it is removable for transport.The tailbone was then attached to the fuselage using a butterfly clip.
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CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:51
Views : 227
Using Ted's tail cone, I had a another friend cut out a 12"+ diameter piece of clear plastic. I painted the prop to look like it was spinning. I probably should be a bit more subtle, but with the yellow warning strips, it came out pretty effective.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:49
Views : 258
The aileron linkage pieces can be seen in this photo.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:48
Views : 225
Attached to the plane. The keyhole attachment is very solid, yet easy to remove for transport. You can see the footballs and antenna in place as well.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:46
Views : 196
Parts are coming together. I attached the hard point body to the wing using screws. I cut keyhole slots in the wings, insert the screw heads and slid them back. Worked out great. Very solid attachment.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:44
Views : 162
Cardstock fins. I drilled holes for small dowels to peg into the missile rails for better security.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:43
Views : 186
Making missiles. The bodies came from Ted.
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