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Samstag, 6. Oktober 2007, 14:33

F-4c Gpm 1:33

All of you.

I make F-4B of GPM this time. :D

However, will this be really B type?
I think that C type is proper formality because it is the coloring of the air force. Please teach a detailed person about this matter. ?(

The assembling manual is plain, but does not understand the position relations of the small part precisely. In addition, there is me at the time unless I understand explanation definitely because a native language is not English and Polish. :(

I begin production apart from it.
I dismantle a paper pattern, and I do filing of a part first.
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Samstag, 6. Oktober 2007, 14:46

RE: F-4c

I make a cockpit.
Because I do not understand position relations well, it can hit all parts after incorporating it in the body. ?(

I make a frame part next.
I put a cardboard of 1mm on the paper pattern and cut it.
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Samstag, 6. Oktober 2007, 17:57

RE: F-4c

sennaend-san

So far it looks everything is going well
Have a nice weekend

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Montag, 8. Oktober 2007, 07:16

Norm-san Thank you.
And yu-san is a splendid author, but I am still surely a beginner. :D

I dig out the middle of the frame part. This is teaching of yu-san. It gets lightness and ease of the production hereby.

Next, I began the beginning to cut of the body part .

Because I found a misprint in the part of the body part, I did coloring. However, I am weak in compound color. :(

To be continued.
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Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2007, 03:12

RE: Air Force F-4 C

ToKro-san

I thank for your kindness.

Du Moulin Tide which you make is splendid. :D

Because I want to make a ship sometime, give me advice then.

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Donnerstag, 11. Oktober 2007, 01:33

The cutting of the part of the body was over.

It is big, about the same size in comparison with F -14A.

Because my house is small, I must think about places well. ?(
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Donnerstag, 11. Oktober 2007, 15:24

Zitat

Original von sennaend
It is big, about the same size in comparison with F -14A.

Because my house is small, I must think about places well. ?(


Yes, our houses are much smaller than those of American and European peoples'
Yesterday I was with an American gentleman. I learned his house's land area is more than double of mine.
As a resolution how about making 1/400th ship?
Aircraft carrier would be good choice. You can enjoy aircraft and ship modeling at the same time.
There are a few modelers make 1/400th ship and I feel lonely.
I want you to join 1/400th club :D

Best regards,

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Freitag, 12. Oktober 2007, 03:58

yu-san, you are right. :D

I think that GAMBIERBAY which I watched in kamimokei.com and the ships which you made are splendid.

However, though I cannot clean even the airplanes of 1:33;1:200, besides, do not think that can make airplanes of 1:400 satisfactorily.

In addition, I do not feel like can make the antiaircraft gun group such as the dense forest of the battleship well again.

And my beautiful ?( Minister of Finance will not give me permission in purchasing the etching parts and metal parts as a solution. :O

Thank you

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Montag, 15. Oktober 2007, 01:18

RE: F-4c Gpm 1:33

I have finished cutting the part of the legs.

Because all parts were prepared in this, I took a ceremonial photograph.

It took about 20 hours for me to cut them.
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Dienstag, 16. Oktober 2007, 05:46

RE: F-4c Gpm 1:33

I was going to begin assembling of the body at last. :D

However, night grew while I thought which method was better. ?(

Probably I must do it carefully because it is the most difficult work of F-4.

Fortunately, I can see the ancient people's several examples.

I simulate it a little more in a bed. :] Good night.
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Dienstag, 16. Oktober 2007, 07:01

Dear sennaend, my admiration for your finished F14 and as well for precise layout of cutted parts of current project, I can not do the way like this.

And just one remark to space available. Allthough my family house is ground level around 90 square meters, I have only small display box available for max 4models of max lenght 40cm. When display box is full - time to give some models away :]

Looking for progress in build there
It is normal to own ORIGINAL

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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 00:30

Norm-san
Good morning. You are right. However, it is necessary to occasionally break a rule in the life. :D

bernie-san
I thank for your praise. :D
However, you are wrong. 8)
I have only work space of 0.5m2 made in only the middle of the night. And the photography of the whole view is performed in a late-night dining room.
I must clear it off after work was over. The sharp chip can trouble me. A serious thing happens when it attack to the soles of my wife in the next morning. (To be my country is a custom to take off shoes in a room.):tongue:

F-4C
I do preliminary arrangements for body assembling.
I do bending of the body parts and the painting of edges and assembling of the in take inside.

good night
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 01:34

Hi Sennaend,

very interesting how you present the model and show us all the cut out parts! It gives a nice impression on how it will go together.

Surely it will become a great airplane.

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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 05:28

Hi sennaend-san,

Your build is more careful than me.
I am quite sure it will turned out to be ultra chick model :prost:

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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 13:57

Hi,
as na advocatus diaboli I must say - it's boring... Will you show us some modellar job or still the same (!) pictures of cutted parts? We all know how to cut paper or how to use scissors - as we do the same...
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 14:31

TAD,
Sennaend has his own way of presenting the build - if you don't like it, don't visit his threads, but if you do visit, remember that you are the guest so act like one and not like a party-crasher.
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 14:40

remember that you are the guest so act like one and not like a party-crasher.



That's your point of view. In my - I have right to comment what I see and establish my opinions - do you think opposite? If not - keep your "kind" advices for someone better than me.
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 15:04

Of course you have the right to your own opinion - nobody will deny it - but you shall try to be polite when expressing it.

I consider this diversion closed.
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 16:11

exactly!
everybody has his own way of presentation.
tad if you dont like it, build your own models and make building reports that you like.... ;)
you are right,everybody knows how to cut paper...but everybody knows also how to put some cutted parts together,everybody knows how to glue....so we need no reports anymore!!

please be polite in your comments and let others present their models as they like!


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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 17:08

Ha ha - I do not forbid anybody make his treat as he wants. I just say that this is boring for me. I wait for reall report from building - not for hundreds pictures about "scissors and cutted paper".
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 19:57

sennaend-san,

I always cut parts little by little because I am afraid I forget which parts cut and which not. Also am afraid of losing some of them.
But, seeing your way it might facilitate construction later.
This is instructive for me. Thank you for your report.
I like cutting out inside of framers because later we can put something from there to press glueing tab to glue skins firmly.

I am looking forward to seeing your progress.

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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 20:23

Hallo at all,

il like the f-4 since i'm able to build models. My first phantom i ever build was in LEGO!. My second in plastic (Both lost!.... :O).

My third one will be in paper but that one from WHM (1:50).

I like the building reports not only for getting tips how to build, to get a impression of the model building obstacles or to see what style of working the builder has . I like the aesthetic aspekt, the way of represent the process of building or showing the parts in a detailled view or an overview.

I always stunning about people who are able to do their work with a strong order and acting with patience and accuracy.

Our hobby has a lot of aspects and if somebody answered a post with strong feelings the reader can learn more about the answering post-writer, then the critized builder.

sennaend i'm unpatienced in seeing how you work and represent your work.
Herzliche Grüße
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 21:05

Zitat

My third one will be in paper but that one from WHM (1:50).


When I was a wee lad in jr. high, my first paper model was the WHM F4. It's unfortunately long lost (along with every model I built as a kid). I really like the detailed 1/33 scale kits, but I think at some point I will have to pick up the WHM F4 and build it again.

Sennaend - I look forward to following this build. I also can't imagine cutting out every part for a model like you do - I'm sure I'd lose pieces before I get it complete. I also use white glue, so I often need drying time, so I use those downtimes for cutting the next assemblies. It's all about whatever works for you though ;)
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Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2007, 22:12

Me again
While taking bath I remember one of Japanese modeler also cut out all the parts first.
I tried to figure out why then the answer is that it is attributable to Japanese house.
Japanese houses were built from paper and wood.
Kid's play was to cut out paper from sliding door and make origami
When their mothers find out cut paper they scold their kid
Kids become wiser through these experiences then they cut as much paper as they need first.
Even after grewing up this tendency remains not knowingly
Am I correct? or is my analysis stupid? :D

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Freitag, 26. Oktober 2007, 01:08

Thank you,All of you. :D

I transmit a state of the assembling to all of you by my method.

Radar Dome.

Probably the designer commits a small mistake. 8)
It is that one position of the radar comes forward. I think that it is the mistake that happened because a frame was shared with F-4E.
Please warn the person opening radar Dome.
The black part is one-peace.

I do not open it. 8)

And this report continues like a tortoise slowly. :P

Can enjoy all,sennaend
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Freitag, 26. Oktober 2007, 22:12

:D :D :D Stephan. Sorry, I can understand your feeling when model in child-hands :(

Under impression of Yu-san´s build I have ordered F4E, but got from Poland F4B - MiG Killer :rolleyes: What to do now? Repeat order to have both Phantoms :]

Sennaend-san, nice shape, keep on posting us =D>
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Montag, 29. Oktober 2007, 03:01

Stephan-san

Your beautiful work =D> and pretty daughter. =)

The airplane will fly from my child's hand to the air at the moment if I give him an airplane. And to the ground. 8o
I do not believe the hand of the child like bernie-san, too. :D :D
However, your daughter seems to be a good pilot, and there is not the worry.

And splendid F-4B. =D>

Did you upload the construction diary of this? I want to watch the production diary of your airplane. It will improve my work speed.

The reason why I can see my work surely is that I have little experience, and work is slow. I do not yet understand it I concentrate on it and where can advance early where.

Thank you Stephan-san,bernie-san.

Slow production. The assembling of the body part of the cockpit area.

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Montag, 29. Oktober 2007, 03:45

@Stephan-san,
Seeing your daughter's happy-looking face, I am sure you've done beautiful thing :D
Someday she will be great paper modeler like you ironing paper instead of clothes :D

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Dienstag, 30. Oktober 2007, 23:52

The body first half.

I temporary; at last noticed that paper did not stick only by crossing it. And I used the paste. :D

The camouflage part went the satisfaction, but a harvest of the radar dome which I made is a slightly sad poor-looking thing the other day.

... which the photograph represents all, and cover all. 8)

Two mistakes of the assembling manual of this process.
Parts Number 25 are reverse to parte number 24 of the place for missile,
and This model(F-4B/C,D) does not have the Pitot tube of the tip. (Probably)

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Mittwoch, 31. Oktober 2007, 13:21

hi sennaend-san!

excellent build! the only advise which i can give from my humble person is: don't give the plane into children's hands! :D

i can't say anything more.

regards, thomas

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Mittwoch, 31. Oktober 2007, 18:24

Hi sennaend

Your Building is fantastic(and i can learn much more) :) :)

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Donnerstag, 1. November 2007, 00:07

Good morning all of you. :D Thank you for much comments.

Thomas-san. My small pilots cannot fly my airplanes. Because my airplanes altitude in during a flight or the hangar of the corrugated cardboard. :D

phantom

Manufacture of the body.
I fit frames after having affixed panels. It is to keep the precision of the pasting up between panels. This frame does not seem to be too right shape. (Shape of the top of the mountain in particular)

To be continued. :D
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Donnerstag, 1. November 2007, 00:22

Good!!! good!!! good!!!

According to my experience I think the way you connected fuselage skin is must be the best way for this kit!!!

Mata ne (bye-bye see ya)

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Donnerstag, 1. November 2007, 03:31

Thankyou yu-san

This week is big airplane week.
I will back to small after body make.

This experience (panels section) will be for hull of big ship. maybe. :D

A usual ruler photograph. sennaend
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Freitag, 2. November 2007, 22:21

You have a very good and interesting technique of building airplanes :super: . Just the quality of the photos (so i mean the resolution- it´s quite grainy) could be better :D . Or do you use your mobile-phone for making photos?
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Samstag, 3. November 2007, 01:51

Hello Michael-san
You are right. I surely use "keitai"(japanese:mobile-phone).
Yes, I want to(mast?) up the quality of the photograph more, too.
But it is easy to use "keitai" for me very much,now.

Please allow to be hard to look a little for a while.

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Samstag, 3. November 2007, 02:16

Center of body

I finished the making of integumentary covering of the body.
And I glue frames in it. I thought that the shape of the top of the mountain of frames was not right. Therefore I did not use bond for the top. Of course it has small gap. However, it seems to have enough strength.

It is an experiment to reduce the gap of the panel to attach a frame later. ?(
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Samstag, 3. November 2007, 02:44

I have a question.

The all of you have a cube of the red and white.
Where did you get it?
I believe that many techniques improve when I have that cube. :yahoo:
Is this true?

The red and white is very lucky in Japan. Wedding ceremony ,entrance ceremony,graduation ceremony and etc, good event are used the decoration of the color.

F-4
End of body :D

The part behind is complicated shape. Therefore the work same as the center-body is not possible. Thus I must advance to every one phase. But I put a frame in that after an integumentary covering was made.

The last part makes a blunder a little. ;(

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Samstag, 3. November 2007, 06:09

Very nice work, Sannaend!

The cube with the scale is a free download that you can get here in the forum under:

http://www.kartonbau.de/wbb2/filebase.php?fileid=289&lim=0

Have a nice weekend,

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Sonntag, 4. November 2007, 12:19

"Arigato-gozaiamasu", Matthias-san
I take a beautiful photograph with this cube.

F-4
The stomach of the snake and air-intake

I noticed the curve of the nose after having attached air-intake. @)
(I was upset so as to forget to take a photograph.)

I was at a loss. However, I made up my mind to remove the nose. ;(

I succeeded in taking off the nose at a minimum by damage. :rotwerd:

To be continued.
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