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KPawel

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Thursday, May 22nd 2008, 11:35pm

[Gallery] La-5FN Modelik

Hello everyobdy!

I am quite a new user to this forum although I have been reading it for almost two years. As I just managed to finish my next card model I thought it would be a good idea to post some pictures here as well.
Here are the photos:



Finally, in its final destination under the ceiling:



Greetings,
Pawel

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Friday, May 23rd 2008, 9:29am

RE: [Gallery] La-5FN Modelik

BOOAAAHHHHH....... @) 8o

What a fine and clean build! =D>

Very clean... =D> =D>

The plane has a nice camo....

That`s Cardmodeling =)

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Friday, May 23rd 2008, 9:41am

this is a absolute great and clean built plane! =D>
did you use some colours?


Ist Rechtschreibschwäche und grenzenlose Blödheit abmahnfähig?

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Friday, May 23rd 2008, 11:00am

There is some dry chalk powder rubbed in the surface in some areas. It doesn't really cover anything but helps to get all the surfaces look uniformly. So the final effect is print colour + dry chalk + matt acrylic varnish on top of it.

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Friday, May 23rd 2008, 2:04pm

Just a beautiful job of modeling, with first class photos showing it of!!!!!!!! :prost: :prost: :prost:
Peter Crow
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Sunday, June 15th 2008, 12:21am

Wow, great build 8o .
I´m curious if you also builded the motor?
LG
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Sunday, June 15th 2008, 6:10pm

Thanks for very nice comments :D

I didn't build the engine - with this design of cowling it is almost impossible to see it.

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