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Wednesday, February 4th 2009, 7:45pm

[Fertig] Hobby Model Su-39 1:33 Next try

Well, this is our hero. Looks like we need some re-coloring, let's go!
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Wednesday, February 4th 2009, 7:49pm

Easy part of work: frame
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Wednesday, February 4th 2009, 8:20pm

Hi marmot. I don´t know what i like more - your Avatar (great animation film) or the model you´ve choosen :) .

Well about the model, i´ve started it two years ago but interrupted my building report due to some heavy problems -> Hobby Modell 86, Sukhoi SU-39 (1/2005), 1:33

But the fitting problems are the smaller problem. There are a lot of colour mistakes. But maybe you have also corrected them when you refreshed the colours? This would be great, because i tried it by myself but stopped because of a lack of know how :rolleyes: .

Wish you the very best for this model. I will watch closely, because this is one of my favourite planes.
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Thursday, February 5th 2009, 6:46am

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Hi marmot. I don´t know what i like more - your Avatar (great animation film) or the model you´ve choosen :) ..


Porco Rosso, one of my favorite anime, and Hayao Miyazaki is the great!

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Well about the model, i´ve started it two years ago but interrupted my building report due to some heavy problems ->


I'm study your report very carefully and it was very helpful for me when I start modifying this model. Most of color mismatches was corrected, and I make an "alfa-build" of the fuselage to ensure right color alignment.

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Wish you the very best for this model. I will watch closely, because this is one of my favourite planes.


Thank's zec, I hope it will be a nice model

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Thursday, February 5th 2009, 5:59pm

H-m-m, printed parts looks a bit darker then it should be.
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Friday, February 6th 2009, 6:14pm

Nose cone and cockpit are ready
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Saturday, February 7th 2009, 12:06pm

Yes, it looks really good - also the recoloured cockpit. And you´ve also added the bear on the nose cone. Nice detail :super: .

A few questions:
- Have you modified part 6D together with the recolouring or between the build? It looks like you´ve shortened part 6D and therefor added a few mm at the front end of part 7D.
- What was your procedure when building the middle section? I had some major fitting problems as i´ve builded it part after part. At the next try, i´ve connected the three parts (6D, 7D and 8D) befor glueing them to the frame. And that worked better.

Can´t wait to see the next pictures :) .
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Sunday, February 8th 2009, 7:31pm

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And you´ve also added the bear on the nose cone.

Yes, because of this is the right place for the bear, not engine.

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It looks like you´ve shortened part 6D and therefor added a few mm at the front end of part 7D.

Exactly. I've remove this strange hollow in 7D and 6D fits well

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- What was your procedure when building the middle section? I had some major fitting problems as i´ve builded it part after part. At the next try, i´ve connected the three parts (6D, 7D and 8D) befor glueing them to the frame. And that worked better.

Yes, it is more simple way, but it is potentially may cause a new problem: wrong shape of completed surface. I suggest that a frame have a correct shape and skinning should have the same shape. Then I build segment by segment. Every next segment should be cutted, trimmed and fitted until fit would be acceptable. If segment too small or short, i've enlarge and reprint it, so I have a space to trim and cut again. One more problem with "pre-joined" segments is misalignment of formers and joints, so former can be placed not in thick joint place but on the single layer of paper of the segment (really actual for the Hobby Model's precision :evil: ), so you will have the edge on this segment.
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Sunday, February 8th 2009, 10:51pm

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Original von marmotOne more problem with "pre-joined" segments is misalignment of formers and joints, so former can be placed not in thick joint place but on the single layer of paper of the segment (really actual for the Hobby Model's precision :evil: ), so you will have the edge on this segment.


Yes, this could be a problem.
But as i can see, it works with the segment by segment method also. The fuselage looks nearly flawless, especially for a Hobby Model-model.
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Thursday, February 12th 2009, 7:12pm

RE: Hobby Model Su-39 1:33 Next try

Engines, fit is terrible, a lot of work needed.
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Thursday, February 12th 2009, 8:59pm

RE: Hobby Model Su-39 1:33 Next try

but a great result!

keep on with whis great work, this will be a wonderful plane!
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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 9:42pm

RE: Hobby Model Su-39 1:33 Next try

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but a great result!

Definitely 8) .

It seems that part 12a made most of the problems?
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Tuesday, February 17th 2009, 6:23pm

RE: Hobby Model Su-39 1:33 Next try

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It seems that part 12a made most of the problems?


All three - 12 a,b,c. It would be a little easy to find right position of this parts based on their curves and then re-color them again to exact color match.
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Tuesday, February 24th 2009, 10:46am

RE: Hobby Model Su-39 1:33 Next try

Wingtips (airbrakes)
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Wednesday, February 25th 2009, 4:34pm

Good to see, that the parts of the wing have a nice fit.
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Friday, February 27th 2009, 5:10pm

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Tuesday, March 3rd 2009, 6:21pm

RE: Hobby Model Su-39 1:33 Next try

... and finished
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Tuesday, March 3rd 2009, 10:07pm

Hi marmot,

Very exactly and clean work, =D> =D>


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Monday, March 9th 2009, 3:37pm

Time to build canopy. First of all I've made an alabaster mold.
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Monday, March 9th 2009, 3:39pm

And then vacuum forming magic.
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Wednesday, March 18th 2009, 9:00pm

Cockpit completed
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Wednesday, March 18th 2009, 11:00pm

Well, the recoloured parts and some addons do really enhance the cockpit.
Please post some photos of the whole plane :) . I´m really curious about the look in this stage of the build.
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Friday, March 20th 2009, 6:52pm

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Please post some photos of the whole plane :) . I´m really curious about the look in this stage of the build.


Model is almost finished, photos will be ASAP
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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 7:59pm

It's done!
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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 8:00pm

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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 8:01pm

and more views
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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 8:28pm

Just one word:

A W E S O M E ! ! !

and thank you for sharing this wonderful build ;-)
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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 8:45pm

Hi Marmot,

@) @) :super: :super: :super:


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Sunday, March 22nd 2009, 8:54pm

Marmot,

It was worth to try, now you have to change the headline to successful.

Great show with an excellent result =D>

Best Regards and let us see more Gallery Pictures

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Monday, March 23rd 2009, 9:03am

I truly salute you marmot ! :meister: :meister:

An exceptional build showing the right kind of passion for a kit which clearly has is shortcomings.

:prost: ,
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Monday, March 23rd 2009, 4:35pm

Everything is said - i can just fully agree with the others =D> . What a distinctive beauty.
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Monday, March 23rd 2009, 6:40pm

Hi marmot,

your plane model looks fantastic great, really! @)Congratulation to its finishing.

kind regards

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Tuesday, March 24th 2009, 8:05am

good morning marmot!

i'm always glad to see, that, with the right ammount of craftmanship and patience, you can build a beautiful plane out of the worst cardboard-kit.

truly awesome!!!!

regards, thomas

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Friday, September 7th 2012, 12:27pm

Thank you for your building report, marmot, I got also the Hobby Model Su-39 yesterday. I was a little bit afraid about the rather high level of difficulty, but your report with these good pictures, gives me hope to bring this project to success.

(I know, its a very late answer -_-)

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