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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 5:19pm

[ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Hi,

Here comes my third series.
Eariy of this year I struggled with silver-color vinyl coated P-51D. My building was not very satisfactory. But I was proud to finish it. It was my first time to deal with a vinyl coated kit. Hopely next time I will be better than this try.

Before model building, I happened to collect three kits of P-51D. But sadly, I made big mistakes while I was coating a kit with gloss spray. I stacked parts before they completely got dry. As results, I got a couple scratches and foldings. Because this was my first triral, I decided to use as they are.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 5:23pm

Phase 1-1 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Building started from a front nose.
Skin parts were glued together without skeletons and then air intake parts got assembled. A circle skeleton was added later.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 5:26pm

Phase 1-2 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Skin parts were added to the front assembly. I moved to a tail side.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 5:40pm

Phase 1-3 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

The tail skeleton is one big part stretching from a tail to a cockpit. The experience in building Mustang III made me think about this tail skeleton. I had had great difficulty time in putting skins on tail skeletons. Instead I decided to insert tail skeleton like a cockpit skeleton. Here is what I did.
First I divided tail skeketon into three sections. A stabilizer section, landing gear section and exhaust section.

After a tail skin assembly, the tail gear section was inserted.
Another skin parts was added and then exhaust section skeleton was prepared. The exhaust skeleton was inserted.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 5:43pm

Phase 1-4 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

After finishing insertion, a front skin part and tail part got connected.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 5:54pm

Phase 1-5 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

A cockpit assembly,
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 5:57pm

Phase 1-6 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Ready for cockpit insertion,
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 6:02pm

Phase 1-7 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

After cockpit insertion,
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 6:07pm

Phase 2-1 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Stabilizers.

I really do not like the way I made a tail fin.... :(

A vertical stabilizer skeleton assembly was inserted from tail opening.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 6:10pm

Phase 2-2 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Wing,
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 6:13pm

Phase 2-3 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Fairing,
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 7:27pm

Hi YY DAD,

you show here another build report of a good-looking model od an airplane of the time of WW II. How long do you build paper models? Only planes, or anything else...?

kind regards

frettchen

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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 8:33pm

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Hi YY DAD,

you show here another build report of a good-looking model od an airplane of the time of WW II. How long do you build paper models? Only planes, or anything else...?

kind regards

frettchen


Hi Frettchen,

I learned papermodeling long time ago when I was about ten from my brother. He's very good and I still think he is one of the best modeler in the world. He even has a nice skill for painting, too. What a wonderful combination. He posted his work here at Kartonbau.de. Please check it out. I am still learning more from him.

Ty 45/Angraf/1:25/ Nr 1/2005

Going back to mine, I forgot paper modelling until about two years ago. I happened to reach Kartonbau.de and know about Halinski models. Since then, I've finished 13 WWII Haliinski models and working on my 14th Fw-190A-8. I posted my work on the Model Club "HOWPAPER" in S. Korea. I tried Renova Kraz 255B a year ago but I stopped in the middle of building after finishing a engine and frame. It took so much time but I wanted to learn more papermodeling by making more models. I will finish Kraz later, I hope.

Now I am focusing only on Halinski WWII propeller plane models. I still have about 20 models to complete. I guess it will take another two or three years. I plan to change model types after that. Probably a couple of tanks or ships. Currently, I am just happy by WWII planes along with memory of my brother.

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YY DAD

PS I attached Kraz255b photos.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 8:48pm

Phase 3-1 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Bottom radiator air intake, rudder and drop tanks,
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 8:53pm

Phase 3-2 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Landing gears and wheels,

I hoped less grinding wheels had given surfact like tread pattern but they were not very satisfactory.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 8:56pm

Phase 3-2 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

A rear wheel,
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 9:00pm

Phase 3-3 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Canopy,

A canopy film was shaped by molding, A mold was fabricated and then thin PVC film was heated and pressed on the mold.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 9:09pm

Phase 3-4 [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Spinner and propellers,

Frankly, I made a mistake in building a spinner. That's why I colored the spinner. Before coloring the spinner, I re-surfaced the spinner to round the surface.
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 9:12pm

Final touches [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Drop tank installation and exhaust pipes,
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 9:22pm

Finished [ P-51D ] Halinski MM 5/2006

Finished....
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Thursday, May 14th 2009, 9:24pm

Two large size photos

Here come two large size photos, showing better details.
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Friday, May 15th 2009, 9:31am

RE: Two large size photos

Hi YY DAD,

congratulations to the kind of your modelling!!! I think you will get even the same qualities in modelling like your brother ... and these are tremendous!!!

Greatings
Norbert

P.S.:Sorry for my poor english.

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Friday, May 15th 2009, 5:16pm

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Hi YY DAD,

congratulations to the kind of your modelling!!! I think you will get even the same qualities in modelling like your brother ... and these are tremendous!!!

Greatings
Norbert

P.S.:Sorry for my poor english.


Hi Norbert,

Thank you very much for your kind comment. I am learning more and more in paper-modeling with all help in Kartonbau and Howpaper.

Best regards,

YY DAD

PS. It's OK for English. English is not my native language either. ;)

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Wednesday, July 8th 2009, 11:46am

Hello, YY DAD,

the P51 is one of my favorites too. I built already the first version of this kit, but I fear not in the same condition as yours.
Great work, thank you very much for the images

Till

P.S.: I like to see, that you build your own canopies. But as I understood, you use the paperconstruction to get the plasticform?
Isn´t it too soft?
And don´t you get the edges of the paperconstruction transferred to the canopy?
Till now, I use the paperconstruction as a model for a copy in light wood - finely sanded and all that - which I then use to get the final canopy,
But maybe your way is sufficient. Seems so.
Is das Kunst, oder kann das wech?

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