American airplanes will be no problem?
you show us an absolutely beauty! @)
Thank you for your kind words.
I will post this statement just in this thread, but it`s matches with all the planes you allowed us to look at:
All these planes are jewels, perfectly built, the canopies grand.
Do you have pictures from the building process? Would like to see them to get some tricks from you.
Please stay at our forum and let us share more pictures!
It is my great honor that you veteran modeler give me such a complement. Tell you how to make card model is like "Don't try to teach your grandmother how to suck eggs" as saying goes. I hesitate it.
Here post some fotos during construction although I am not sure these photos will be of any help to you.
Unfortunately, actually I do not have many tips.
What I always keep in mind are:
2. Careful work
3. Adjust especially fuselage frame size. If fuselage frame does not fit rounded skin, file it until it can be inserted into skin end without pushing with strength or paste thin paper around frame when space is left between frame and skin so that end of each fuselage section does not swell up or dent.
4. paint all cutting edges with watercolor. It requires patience and experience to make almost as same color as printed color of skin.
5. Rub surface of joint parts of each skin so that adjacent skin surfaces get almost same level.
6. Cut out frame inside as far as possible so that entire model weight can be reduced and it will prevent unfavorable folding of wheel legs at the root.
I think all of you already know what I wrote above.
It seems like you take the pictures for the "Prototype-Section" on the Halinski-Homepage (thats meant as a compliment ).
The only think i would wish, are some full-screen photos of these beauties =D> .
Ah and of course - do you have more photos of the Halinski PZL P-11c?
you must be a tricky guy. Where did you hide all these pics for the last few years ??
But, I think you have a problem...........there are no more kits for you to build??!!? =D> =D> =D> =D> @) @) @) @) @)
best regards FLU
This is amazing outstanding Work, so clean and Precisious. =D> =D> =D> =D>
I´m absolut impressed. =D> =D> =D>
A feast to the eyes @) @) @) @) @)
Thanks for showing the pictures
Thank you for your compliment. Here I attach full screen photos. Making photo larger, many mistakes stand out.
Next time I'll try hard.
By the way, I posted some photos of P11C there for your reference.
Thank you. I already bought several kits that keep me busy another a couple of years.
Yes. Dauntless is one of great kits and I like it. Although I made mistakes, I was satisfied when I finished it. Some day I would like to try again. Next time, never make mistakes, perhaps, may be....
@ Hi Norm,
Thank you. Halinski seems to be a perfectionist. When I found his home page for the first time I was mesmerized by his works and would gaze them day in, day out. And guessed how he makes them so perfectly. Still now I can not figure out.
On the other hand, I am a man of compromise.
When I start building new model, every time I tell myself not to compromise but once I make mistake I can not stop compromising from that time onward....
Thank you very much your kind words.
I am very happy you are pleased.
What is most stunning, this series doesn't seem to come to an end!