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Tino

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Friday, October 5th 2007, 3:51pm

Fokker DrI, Modelik, 1/33

Here are some pictures of my last model.

The model is very simple and I put an electric engine in it to make it better.

I also have a small video of the engine working in here:

http://rapidshare.com/files/33838557/P1000775.MOV.html
Tino has attached the following images:
  • DR1 16.jpg
  • DR1 17.jpg
  • DR1 18.jpg
  • DR1 19.jpg
  • P1000828.jpg
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Saturday, October 6th 2007, 9:10am

RE: Fokker DrI, Modelik, 1/33

Simple but nice...

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Saturday, October 6th 2007, 4:49pm

If simply, then why is it looking like that??? Please see it well built by his author on polish forum.
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Saturday, October 6th 2007, 6:02pm

Thank you for the comments!

I dont say that the model is bad ?(.
The fit is very good, but the model dont have a lot of details (sometimes that is good), even in the Modelik site they say that the model is simple.
I dont know if I understand well your post!!
I dont know if you want to say if my model is good or bad?!
Here is the link for my construction:
http://www.kartonist.de/wbb2/thread.php?threadid=913

Cant you give the link for the tread in the polish forum?

Another thing, I really apreciate your models.

Diamantino Mateus
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Saturday, October 6th 2007, 7:15pm

Yes, Tino didn't say the model is bad and I think the word "simple" doesn't mean bad. I think Moderik perhaps aims at a lot of paper modelers so that both well experienced modelers and even beginners can make the model with enjoyment.
I like the phrase "Simple is best"

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Saturday, October 6th 2007, 9:41pm

Hi,
I understand, that it was meant "simplified" - I agree. But wanted to say, that using even such a simplified kit you did rather poor model.

Here is the link
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Sunday, October 7th 2007, 12:41am

Ok - You're right - I'm sorry for beeing rude - it doesn't help. Making mistakes is a human thing - as I do a lot of them. Tino - next time just be patient, built your model slowly - try to get right shapes of the wings. Anyway - congratulations with finishing your plane!
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Sunday, October 7th 2007, 12:59am

everybody makes his models as good as he can.
we have a lot of great builders here,but like in real life not every card model builder have the ability to make his models "perfekt" (me included...)
but every finished model is a good model,and only the builder has the privilege to say "im not satisfied,its not well done..."
everybody here tries to do his best,so please tad be a little more tolerant to other modellers... ;)


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Sunday, October 7th 2007, 8:51am

=D>


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Sunday, October 7th 2007, 1:24pm

Thank you everybody for the comments and for the support.

But I also want to say more something.

1. I never intend to make a perfect build with this model. If you read the small construction tread you can see that I wrote that.

2. The model that you are talking isnt the same!! You are talking about the Orlik model and I am talking of the Modelik model!! You should read more carefully.

3. I know that the model isnt very good because the model have poor instructions and together with my mistakes it ended like that. I only try to modify a little the model in putting an electric engine in it. Also I have build it very fast and that doesnt help also.

4. I already have made some better models. You can see a tread of the Answer PT 109 in this and the other forum and the Halinski F16 only in the other forum. I think that those 2 models arent bad even if they0 arent perfect.
Tomorow I can put the links, if someone is interested.

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Sunday, October 7th 2007, 4:34pm

sure!we are very interested! 8)


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Monday, October 8th 2007, 1:18am

Tino,

You do not need to appologise...we all have our own motives for papermodeling and if it's ok for you than it is ok....

What is a perfect modell? Who can tell it. So enjoy your built and most important have fun while you do it.

I'm not able to built in a motor...for example, but I still love all my building expirience....

Have fun....

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Monday, October 8th 2007, 9:54am

Thank you again for the support.

Here are the links:

PT 109

Answer PT 109 1/100

F 16

http://www.kartonist.de/wbb2/thread.php?threadid=988&sid=


One question. What means abgeschlossene bauberichte?

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Monday, October 8th 2007, 10:13am

Hi Tino,

"abgeschlossene bauberichte" = terminated build reports.

Whatever other people may say: I like every model, wich is build to the end - I have too much half-done work around here...

Cheers
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Monday, October 8th 2007, 12:36pm

I made that question because my Pt 109 is finished but it isnt in that section. ?(
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Monday, October 8th 2007, 12:51pm

Hi Tino,

if you edit the title of your thread (add "Finished" or something), then one of the moderators will push it to that section!

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Tuesday, October 9th 2007, 7:43am

Hallo Norm,

...in Zukunft überlass ich Übersetzungen wohl lieber den Profis... :)

Schönen Gruss
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