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sennaend

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Tuesday, October 23rd 2007, 12:43am

Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat halinski 1:33

Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat halinski 1/98 1:33

All of you.

This is completion of my the second plane.

It is a slightly old paper pattern. 8)

There are two problems. You can easily cope. :D

The first is a frame. The body connects plural barrels closed the cap of with a frame. The gap of the joint between barrels grows big. You should use the gap hiding of the 3 mm width to join by a crust and a crust like a current design. And the frame next to each other should use only one piece among two pieces.

I did not do this. On the other hand, I deceived it by light weathering.

The second is an engine only for pictures. I misappropriated an engine of F6F.

I enjoyed it,sennaend
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Tuesday, October 23rd 2007, 1:40am

RE: Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat halinski 1:33

Storing for small my house ;(
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Tuesday, October 23rd 2007, 5:51am

Wilfried-san

I Thank you for your praise.

I think so that that it should have been F4F-4 or -5 type.(Can folding)

Gruß, sennaend

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Tuesday, October 23rd 2007, 8:20am

hi sennaend-sensei!

just another fine plane from your masterful hands - I like the planes from WWII pacific scenario (especially the japanese ones... :D )

really beautiful, i'm already thinking of building one (maybe Ki-43 or Ki-84 from Halinski) when my university is finished and you are to blame! :]

hope to see more from you

regards, thomas

ps: do not store your planes in this way, my heart is bleeding... just look how airgoon is handling this issue

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Tuesday, October 23rd 2007, 6:01pm

From an infant to babies :D

Thomas-cyan and Stephan-cyan

I feel your praise very glad.And ,it is very honored that you feel Japanese airplanes beautiful.

AND

It will grow big from my house if I made a carrier with 1:33. @)
I take it in my heart.

Thank you, sennaend

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