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Sunday, June 17th 2007, 4:59pm

[FERTIG] Ki-84 HAYATE/HALINSKI/1:33

Hello,

Since my interest shifted to ships, I stopped construction of this plane and left it more than one year.
Seeing many thread here, I was influenced and resumed its construction.

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Sunday, June 17th 2007, 5:35pm

Hi Jörg,

Thank you for your information.
How nice it is to see lighting head light in the dusk. I recall a scene in the movie Casablanca. Rick and Ilsa are standing before the plane with its light on in the night.
After the plane took off Renault said "This is the beginning of our beautiful friendship".
Wow!
Usually when I make HALINSKI air plane I seldom look up data because their kits are well studied. I am not sure if my construction report will be of any help to you since you seem to have many ideas to make nice model.

I am happy to know you are enjoying not only construction but also preparation.

I also looking forward to seeing your HAYATE!

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Sunday, June 17th 2007, 6:18pm

hi yu!
every construction report is helpful,because everybody makes the planes in a different way,and has some tricks to share.
especially you,because your models are absolutely fantastic!
im looking forward your report!


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Sunday, June 17th 2007, 6:54pm

Hi Peter,

Thank you. I will do my best making good use of all my technics.


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Monday, June 18th 2007, 3:21pm

Hello,

Today I made vertical fin

1. Assembled frame for vertical fin.
2. Cut skin for vertical fin. Also cut out top section edges of back side of the vertical fin in order to have perfect fit.
3. Form it using something having round shape
4. Made similar color to the printed color of the skin.
Mixed brown, yellow, white, black, green and tiny amount of red.
Painted it on scrap paer to compare. So so.
5. Paint it on the cutting edges.


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Monday, June 18th 2007, 3:25pm

6. Seeing from front
7. glue one end of upper and lower skins.
8. glue other end then glue onto frame.
9. tentatively put it on the tail of fuselage for checking.
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Tuesday, June 19th 2007, 3:20am

Hi Norm,

Thank you.
As was expected, you are really kind person...

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Saturday, June 23rd 2007, 7:45pm

Seeing other peoples nicely made models, I have less time for making mine......

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Saturday, June 23rd 2007, 7:59pm

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Seeing other peoples nicely made models, I have less time for making mine......

Regards,

but your models are extremely nice too... (even with seeing other peoples models) ;)


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Monday, June 25th 2007, 4:01pm

Hi Peter,

Thank you.
The more I see other peoples thread, the more I found out incredibly talented people. Its really exciting and drive me to make mine following their example.

Today made engine base.

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Saturday, September 8th 2007, 4:53pm

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Hi Yu,

Please forgive my curiosity, but whatever happened to this little beauty? Are you still working on it sometimes?

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Norm


I have come back from business trip right now.
I just forgot I was making this airplane because I put it on the shelf. Thank you for remiding me.

In Korea I took Korean barbecue a lot and drunk Korean wine hard though I am not a good drinker. It is their custom to drink together and I had to follow their way. Drink off straight whisky made me completely drunk every night but thanks to alchol and no complaint from my wife I was able to have a good sleep:P I regained my power to make paper model so that I can restart modeling of this plane in the near future.

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Friday, September 28th 2007, 7:42pm

Today made rudder.
After assembling framer, cut out upper part of the rudder. Chamfer edges then glued it. Lower parts consist of two pieces. Shape them before assembly. After glueing two pieces together cut out white colored part.
After all, I love HALINSKI products.
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Friday, September 28th 2007, 9:05pm

Hi Yu, (japanese: Yes Yu - english: Hello You)

it is always a pleasure to see how good you are with rounding parts...

I have to learn a lot in that regard.

Now, I wonder if the writing on the tailfin actually means anything.

Here in Germany there's a joke that you never know what the sign above the door of a Chinese or Japanese restaurant really means - it could be "Worst food in town" - and nobody would notice....

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Friday, September 28th 2007, 9:39pm

Absolutely excelent shape Yu - my admirations =D>
It is normal to own ORIGINAL

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Saturday, September 29th 2007, 5:37pm

Michael and bernie,

Thank you for your kind comments

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Hi Yu, (japanese: Yes Yu - english: Hello You)

Here in Germany there's a joke that you never know what the sign above the door of a Chinese or Japanese restaurant really means - it could be "Worst food in town" - and nobody would notice....

Michael


Hi Michael-san (Yes, Mr. Michael. In Japan we always add "san" when we address somebody. Its polite way)
Thats why I seldom go to Japanese restaurant when I am in foreign countries. Its joke :D
Generally speaking, local food in each country is the best.
I can't forget the taste of German rye bread I took at an small hotel in near Ulm. It was really nice.

Today made elevator. Shape upper and lower part respectively then glue them together.

BTW writing on the tailfin is "Mutsu". In ancient age certain region of North East Japan was called as Mutsu. Its also the name of IJN battle ship.

Have a nice weekend
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Sunday, September 30th 2007, 8:51am

Hi Norm and Stephan

Both of you know how to flatter people.
I am awful glad that I provide you big cutting mat at excessively special discount price. Please tell me your mailing address if you want it :D

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Saturday, October 6th 2007, 6:45pm

Taking whole day I've made landing gears
As always, Halinski kit fits very well
Now this bird stand with its own legs
It remind me of the day my boys started walking with their legs
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Saturday, April 19th 2008, 10:42pm

Hagen-san thank you

Seeing Martin-san's Hien I recalled I was building Hayate and for the first time in a half year took it out
Today made airlerons

Haven't kept it in a box, color change is significant like natural weathering
I must retouch coloring later....
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Saturday, April 19th 2008, 11:21pm

Hi Yu-san,

You are not in a hurry with this build, but it is looking very good to me. I think it deserves that you finish it, is a precious airplane in the best hands to handle it.

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Sunday, April 20th 2008, 6:39pm

just a note: the ailerons are in wrong position - one must go up and the other down...
but anyway, very nice work.
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Sunday, April 20th 2008, 7:06pm

Hi,

Pawell, I am sure Yu know this ;), now he is only trying the aileron fit.

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Monday, April 21st 2008, 9:16am

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Pawell, I am sure Yu know this ;), now he is only trying the aileron fit.


yep, you're definitely right - I wouldn't dare to underestimate Yu-san like this, but I thought it would be better to note it anyway. ;)
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Monday, April 21st 2008, 10:14am

You are exagerating a bit, Pawell 8o. At most, just one of the ailerons is still in the arguably not so correct position :rotwerd:

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Monday, April 21st 2008, 2:05pm

Thank you for your pointing out and support but to tell the truth I didn’t know wrong position of ailerons :rotwerd:
I like modeling but it doesn’t always mean that I have specific knowledge on aircraft and ship.
Taking as an example, one of my Japanese friends, who has plenty of knowledge on IJN ship, would pointing out mistakes that I made in building my Fuso. Thanks to his comments I learned a lot so I appreciate your comments on those my mistakes.
That is one reason I joined this forum to obtain not only skill to build models but knowledge on real aircraft, ship, train and etc. :)

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Monday, April 21st 2008, 4:18pm

the ailerons are used to roll the plane along the "long" axis - from the physical point of view, it's done by increasing the lift on one side (by turning the aileron down) and decreasing the lift on the opposite side (by turning the aileron up). This means that the wing with the aileron down goes up and vice versa, thus rotating the plane. Of course, this also means that the plane gains a yawing momentum which rotates the plane along its vertical axis (because of change of lift vectors for each wing).

the one who wants can always learn... and it's better than dying stupid... ;)

EDIT: here is a basic introduction to flight physics:
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Saturday, May 3rd 2008, 6:33am

Hi pawell and Martin,

Thank you very much. I became wiser!

Before building engine, made cowling.
Formed narrow skins round shape before gluing
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Saturday, June 21st 2008, 2:56pm

hier nun der Motor von heute
(Is this grammar correct?)

Recently I stay my home only about one week to ten days a month so that when I am at home I cannot stop building paper model all day long without saying something to my wife :(
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Saturday, June 21st 2008, 3:04pm

And what does your wife say about this? ;)

Great build, and the grammar is also o.k.
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Saturday, June 21st 2008, 3:33pm

Yu-San,

Du schreibst besser Deutsch, als ich Japanisch ! :yahoo:

The radial engine is a masterpiece as usual and also the cowling and of course everything else.

Yours,
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Saturday, June 21st 2008, 6:55pm

Hallo allerseits,
Dank für deine netten Worte.

@Helmut-san,
My wife says nothing. My wife ignores paper model. She really ignores my model. But, only once when I built Curtis BF2C1 she said “Are you building plastic model? You are supposed to be crazy about paper modeling, aren’t you”. She mistook paper model for plastic model. After all she’s nice wife :D

@Rene-san,
Don’t pull my leg :D I wrote only one German sentence :rotwerd:

Heute habe ich der Motor und die Teile angebracht

Hum... to write German is more time consuming than paper model building....
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Saturday, June 21st 2008, 7:47pm

hi yu,
the engine and the cowling looking great! very clean work =D>!
nice to see that your built go on :).
kindest regards,michael

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Saturday, June 21st 2008, 9:23pm

Hi Yu-san,

The airplane is looking very well to me. The end is now only some little cut and glue steps beyond you. :)

Greetings.

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Sunday, June 22nd 2008, 4:31pm

@michael-san, Lluis-san,
Thank you for your kind words. Since last October I have been traveling around a lot so I have a little time for paper modeling. Remaining works of this Hayate is not that much but I expect perhaps completion will be next month….

@Norman-san,

I do not use Anreibekugel though I saw you introduced it in your thread because I did not know where to buy it.
Thank you very much for your valuable information. It looks worth trying so I will buy one.

BTW, the way I round up narrow strip of skin is rather rudimentary :rotwerd:. Use round bar of various diameters from 1.5mm up. Place skin on finger cushion and press round bar on it to shape skin’s cross section as round.
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Sunday, June 22nd 2008, 4:49pm

Well illustrated Yu!
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Saturday, June 28th 2008, 8:26am

Hi John,

When I was kid my grade point of art class was better than average but I am not so confident in drawing that I get a kick out of your complement 8)

Today made spinner and shaft
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Saturday, June 28th 2008, 1:13pm

Propeller finished
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Saturday, June 28th 2008, 2:06pm

Outstanding! =D>
You are proving that a clean and smooth spinner can be achieved using only parts provided in the kit.
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Saturday, June 28th 2008, 2:09pm

Thank you Michael but I am crazy. I can't stop building paper model whole day ;(
Head rest and gunsight are finished
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Saturday, June 28th 2008, 8:01pm

Me again
Today I spent long time for modeling from morning until small hours and managed to finish canopy but workmanship is not good because hastened to make it :(
Remaining work is small parts on wings
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Saturday, June 28th 2008, 8:59pm

Hi Yu-san,

I´am speechless......... :super: :super:

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