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CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:42
Views : 167
My tailbone is taped in place, in anticipation of finishing Ted's tail cone.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:41
Views : 146
The foam tailbone, primed and painted. It is surprisingly sturdy now. I may have to try this with a fuselage sometime.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:39
Views : 137
Hanging at the museum. Maybe I should change the category from "Parked" to "Flying".
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:38
Views : 211
The museum was getting anxious so I got it prepped to hang without some of the hardware. Ted was helping me by turning some bombs on his lathe.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:36
Views : 165
I apologize for hogging the site, but I'm cleaning files and getting ready for a new build. James, could you add an ARF F-16 to the list? Thanks.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:35
Views : 147
No room on the couch (davenport) to sit down. You can bet I did not walk through the house with it assembled. I could barely handle the 3' wingspan of the Piper Cub without hitting something. Good thing I'm not a pilot.
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CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:33
Views : 186
The parts of the plane under several layers of Bondo, primer and final paint.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:32
Views : 169
Great stuff for adhering clear parts. I think it is the same stuff that watchmakers use to attach crystals. I bought it at a hobby store.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:31
Views : 187
The basic structure is from the model. I cut out the small windows and filled them with clear plastic, probably from some of those packages that are impossible to open without a nuclear device. I made the reflector from mirror paper from the art store. It took a while to figure out the shape, but it seems to look ok. The base is from that PVC box I cut apart. The slots slide over the wooden frame in the fuselage.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:27
Views : 159
Back to the camera.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:27
Views : 123
Paint for the rocket rails. Access panels are card stock (again). I tried using aluminum tape, but it was too thin and didn't show well under the paint.
CreosotewindScratch Built Solid ModelsParked14-Jun-14 19:25
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For a first effort it was ok, a noble try. But compared to Ted's work, it paled in comparison.
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