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Yu Gyokubun

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Sunday, June 10th 2007, 9:36am

F4u1a Gpm 1/33

Hello,

Please excuse my posting many pictures....
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Sunday, June 10th 2007, 9:52am

Hello,

Your models are showing quality I never expected one can build in paper. So go on and show us more. It would be nice to watch your work in progress too.

greetings, Peter
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Friday, June 15th 2007, 10:03am

RE: F4u1a Gpm 1/33

Hello,

what a fantastic work!! =D> =D> =D>

I'm very much impressed! :meister:

Please show us still more pictures, particularly from the tail wheel and the cockpit.


Many greets

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Friday, June 15th 2007, 11:52am

Hi Yu,
now we have both versions here. Yours in flying configuration and mine in parking configuration.
F4u-1a / Gpm / 1:33
Most impressive work you show us.
But tell us where you put all your models. You said your flat is quite small.

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Friday, June 15th 2007, 1:37pm

Hi Jan,

It's suuuuuuuuuupeeeer @)
You have done great job @)
Before I started construction, I thought which one to chose. Flying configuration or parking configuration again flying or parking......
Finally I opted for flying configulation.
Yours is really really really impressive. Congratulations!!!

I put all of airplanes on the wall using fishing line.
Now two sides of walls are occupied with my airplanes.

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Friday, June 15th 2007, 2:00pm

Hello Yu,

can you make a picture of your fishing line with "captured planes"?

Wonderful model! Congrats!

Cheers Bernhard

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Friday, June 15th 2007, 2:08pm

RE: F4u1a Gpm 1/33

Hi Bernd,

Heute möchte ich meine Version der CORSAIR vorstellen



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Friday, June 15th 2007, 2:15pm

Hi Bernhard,

I put up them on the wall as you can see in the photo unde Vielen Dank für Dein Kompliment


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Friday, June 15th 2007, 5:52pm

Dear Yu,

again: outstanding work! I love your models! And I'm really a fan of your clear and detailed work!!! Please, please show us more!!!

=D> =D> =D>

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Friday, June 15th 2007, 11:57pm

RE: F4u1a Gpm 1/33

Hi Yu,

thanks for more pictures. It's like a benefit for the eyes after a long day! :]

Your version to keeping the models I've never seen before, but it is interesting!

Bye

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Saturday, June 16th 2007, 4:02am

Hi Martin,

How observant you are. I was impressed!

I use "Bond for woodwork", in literal translation, manufactured by KONISHI. According to Wikipedia it was released in 1952 and soon KONISHI became a leading bond manufacturer in Japan as their domain name bond.co.jp implies.
This is water-based glue for woodwork and paperware.
It takes relatively long time to get dry. After taking it out color is white then after dried it becomes transparent.
I always take care not to let glue run off. But, very often glue run off as a matter of course.
If it dries on paper surface, it becomes glossy and standout though transparent.
Immidiately after it runn off I wipe it off with finger tip or tip of tweezer. By wiping it off immidiately, there remains no visible trace.

I do not know if you have this in Germany. Here this is very familiar glue to Japanese.

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Saturday, June 16th 2007, 4:13am

Dear Yu and Martin,

I may add that "Bondo" is very similar to what would be Wiccoll in Germany...

Have a nice weekend,

Matthias

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Wednesday, June 20th 2007, 2:55pm

Wow!!!! What a collection =D> =D> =D>
I'd love to see some more pictures, of the planes on the other wall, as well :D
Aren't they a bit exposed to dust?

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Wednesday, June 20th 2007, 5:20pm

Hi Ricleite,

Thank you for your kind words.
I have already posted almost all of my planes.
F16 and F4F I have not posted yet. Pix I took when they were completed were not so good. As you asked, piled up dust, aging and nicotin tainted their surface. I noticed this after taking Corsair's picture recently and reluctant to take new picture.

Taking advantage of Japan'S smoker friendly society, I am still smoking.
I must quit if I continue card modelling.

By the way, according to my observation, both Japan and Germany are smoker friendly countries.

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Thursday, June 21st 2007, 9:57am

Hi,
I meant that your planes look so good that they definitely deserve to be preserved carefully.
I guess that if you stop smoking, it will be better for your models and for you as well :D Anyway, it is your choice, of course...

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Friday, June 22nd 2007, 9:09am

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Hi Ricleite,

Thank you for your advice.

Today I will make a sally. No smoking on the plane.

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Friday, June 22nd 2007, 5:00pm

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Hallo Yu Gyokubun

Leider Spreche ich und Lese keinen Fetzen Englisch

Ich war so frei das Bild von deinen sehr gut gebauten Modellen mal rum zu drehen

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Friday, June 22nd 2007, 5:18pm

Ähem, Gusti?
Wenn du kein Englisch verstehst, dann dreh auch nicht anderer Leute Bilder rum. Die Modelle hängen nämlich an der Wand :D :D

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Friday, June 22nd 2007, 7:16pm

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Ups :rotwerd: :rotwerd: ja hast recht Jan ÄÄ wolt mir blos nicht den Hals beim betrachten verenken :rotwerd: :rotwerd:

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Friday, June 22nd 2007, 8:15pm

Hi Martin,

Thank you for taking the trouble to translate.

Posting my planes' picture of unnatural position a couple of days forced me to crane my neck too and caused stiff neck. After Gusti turned it, my neck is unstiffened :).
Now, I knew my planes are pitty hanged on the wall all the time. They can not take off..... :(

Please tell my best regards to Gusti.

Good night. I will be able to sleep well tonight since, thanks to Gusti, pain in my neck is alleviated

PS. Today I asked one of my colleague about German language. He said " I warn you. You never try to learn it. It too dificult."

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Saturday, June 23rd 2007, 8:16am

Hi Martin,

It might be good for my health to go out with rubber planes sometimes.

note: Thread starter carefully chose the picture that looks natural in order not to give someone uneasiness or craned neck or twisted neck.

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