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Monday, March 8th 2010, 6:22pm

[complete] Fly model N52 Me-410 1:33

This is old Fly model kit with average print quality. It got some "face lifting" in photoshop and re-printed on 210 g/m2 paper.
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Monday, March 8th 2010, 6:34pm

RE: Fly model N52 Me-410 1:33

Dear Marmot,

go ahead...looks great so far. The spotty camouflage ist your work?
(Sorry, I have seen only the SuperModel-Messerschmitt and this was really scrap from my point of view.

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Monday, March 8th 2010, 6:43pm

Original is spotted too but not diffused:
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Monday, March 8th 2010, 6:57pm

Hewy, Marmot,

looks damned better. Great job.
(But don´t forget to colour the edges....)
Anyway, I´ll follow this report here constantly

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Thursday, March 11th 2010, 7:30pm

Because of complex curves of canopy I can't form it as one peace. I've divide it on two parts, vacuform them separately and then assemble together.
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Thursday, March 11th 2010, 7:47pm

Hello Marmot,

the canopy is a masterpiece !

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Thursday, March 11th 2010, 8:54pm

RE: Fly model N52 Me-410 1:33

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Dear Marmot,

go ahead...looks great so far. The spotty camouflage ist your work?
(Sorry, I have seen only the SuperModel-Messerschmitt and this was really scrap from my point of view.

Regards

Till


I second that too, Till. I had to give the SuperModel kit to my kid to play with it (although he didn't destroyed it, rather "fixed" it for his plays). The whole model is a mess.


Marmot, this one looks really good. The canopy is superb! So if you are not using te original paper from the kit... what is the kind of paper and printer you are using?
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Thursday, March 11th 2010, 10:47pm

RE: Fly model N52 Me-410 1:33

Hello marmot,
great, great, great!!!!
best regards
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Friday, March 12th 2010, 6:49pm

RE: Fly model N52 Me-410 1:33

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what is the kind of paper and printer you are using?


Kit printed on plain paper (drawing paper) 210 g/m2 thickness.
Printer is old HP inkjet

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Friday, March 12th 2010, 8:27pm

Hallo marmot, the canopy-work is a great one! Could you explain the work step by step, please. This part of modelling is one of my most critical.

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Sunday, March 14th 2010, 8:20pm

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Could you explain the work step by step, please. This part of modelling is one of my most critical.

You can find excellent tutorial on Papermodelers forum in the Mitchell thread. I'm make canopies in similar way.

1. Make paper form, fill it with putty/plaster/filler - any stuff that can be hard enough when hardened



2. When it's hardened, remove paper form and sand it to smooth surface and right profile.

3. Clear plastic should be warmed to soft condition and vacuformed on canopy mold. I'm use simple DIY device and vacuum cleaner:



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Sunday, March 14th 2010, 8:32pm

Just one question: should I remove swastikas from my photos or this is not strong rule?
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Sunday, March 14th 2010, 10:40pm

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Just one question: should I remove swastikas from my photos or this is not strong rule?


Hi Marmot,

This is a very good idea to erase those bad signs. ;) (they are forbidden according German law)

But your work is of its finest and showing your methode of vacuum forming the canopy is great.

Looking forward for the further progress.

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Sunday, April 4th 2010, 9:13pm

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Sunday, April 4th 2010, 9:15pm

And completed Hornisse
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Sunday, April 4th 2010, 9:18pm

Front, side, behind e.t.c
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Sunday, April 4th 2010, 9:20pm

And final part
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Sunday, April 4th 2010, 9:20pm

well done - great and clean work!

I especially like the "face lift", the resulting model is very persuasive. Although it is a rather basic model (basic with regard to the rather small number of parts and clear lines) the result is very attractive.

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Sunday, April 4th 2010, 9:38pm

GREAT !
Bis die Tage...

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Monday, April 5th 2010, 6:55pm

Very nice work!
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Monday, April 5th 2010, 7:10pm

Hello Marmot,


very fine work indeed !

I especially love the "spinners" (covers of propeller blades) with the red-and-white-pattern painted on.


What will you be doing next?

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Monday, April 5th 2010, 7:35pm

Thank's to all!

Next project probably will be Maly modelarzh Su-22 M4 repainted to Su-17 M4 (the same plane actually) in Soviet camo.

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Monday, April 5th 2010, 8:31pm

A soviet Su-17 would be very welcome ! I´am lookin forward to see this become reality !

b.t.w. nice 410 ! :]
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