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    A Zeppelin that is not a dirigible?

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    The Graf Zeppelin, Germany's premier Aircraft Carrier. Started it 5 years ago then ran out of things to do. Managed to get back to it.

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    What to do next . . . never finished the Dam project . . .

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    Crazy


    ... and awesome.


    I've said it before - you must have a massive storage unit ....

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    Nice! Nice place to store pieces between games! Also great conversation piece.

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    If I remember correctly you did the Hornet a few years back. That was something to see now this. Great work as always.

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    That is quite the hors d'oeuvre tray

    Fantastic, Dave!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clipper1801 View Post
    ...What to do next . . . never finished the Dam project . . .
    Then you'll have two targets for bouncing bombs !


    "He is wise who watches"

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    that some flat top Clipper


    I'm learning to fly, but I ain't got wings
    Coming down is the hardest thing

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    Does your computer count as your workbench? I came across my copy of Wings of Honor by James J. Sloan, Jr. and opened it randomly to the chapter on naval operations in 1918. There was a nice picture of a Naval air base L'bar Vrach, France with several Curtiss HS-1Ls. Daryl has a Shapeways model of the airplane and a top-down view of the airplane in his wiki, but no one has designed an airplane card or management card. Some hours later I present these.

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    My shading skills are not as good as Guntruck or MaxHeadroom, but it will get the job done.
    So how many books are in your personal library?

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    That is remarkable, there is no way I could have the skill or patience to be able to build something like that

    Never Knowingly Undergunned !!

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    David, that looks great with all the aircraft. Is that a 3D puzzle? Years ago I did a 3D Titanic puzzle - they are great fun!

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    Well folks I have another rehab project I just finished. Another 45-50 year old "out of Bob's storage box" 1/72 scale aircraft. A G4M1 Betty. Initially I thought that a little clean up was all that was required, but as I go into it there was a bit of work and scratch building that took place. If interested, the entire process can be viewed a www.theatomfurnace.blogspot.com.

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    This before and after shows the accumulated grime and cleanup.

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    Customization one was necessary to make the landing gear retractable. Back in the day my brother accomplished some amazing inginuity by "wiring" the gear doors to open and close; however, at some point the starboard gear broke and bob must have glued it to a pin he installed. My task was to figure a way to wire this gear to the pin to make it operate once again.

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    drilled holes for wire insertion then contorted a gauge 26 wire hoping to snap it in over the existing horizontal pin.

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    Success, but this also shows the level of grime on the underside, not to mention the 1970's testors blue.

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    Problem solved with the correct gray. The other customization was the cockpit. I added a floor, instrument panel and control console.

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    Techmod Decals were obtained, but after a little research I wanted to create the Admiral Yamamoto ship that was shot down as Operation Vengence, April 18, 1943. I had enough numbers but I had to cut them apart and place them individually - fiddly!

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    Let's fast forward through All of the masking and canopy work - filling in missing windows (I love Testors window glue), building replacement tail wheel and forward machine gun.

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    After adding new radio masts and radio wire, the final dullcoat and we are done with another rehab.

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    I started this rehab on August 19, but since I finised today I figured I could put it in the Sept. Workbench.

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    I've been working on some BSG stuff. Painted bases, control panels, and made some asteroids.

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    But in several years of painting I've never had this happen

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    I was putting some dropper bottle turquoise onto the palette and the nose was clogged (somewhat common, usually just clear it with the hand drill) but this time the end was clogged and there must have been a pinhole on the side of the crust because it shot paint over two feet onto the wall Thankfully, the Hound's Tooth wasn't there at the time and it didn't hit other stuff I'd been working on

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    rep guns jammed excellent job on the bsg stuff Chris!

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    Quote Originally Posted by milcoll73 View Post
    rep guns jammed ................
    Mine ain't!!!

    Super stuff there, Chris!

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    Thank you, Nuggets! There are more surprises in the pipeline. I blame @teaticket for getting me into this. Now remains the small problem of learning to play, but I have a buddy coming to visit this weekend (from our respective quarantine bubbles) and I'm sure we'll give it a try. Pretty sure he's a Cylon.

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    Nice BSG stuff Chris and thanks for posting the "wall" project. You just need to blend it into some sort of mural.

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    Nice BSG stuff Chris. Really nice job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJG173 View Post
    Does your computer count as your workbench? I came across my copy of Wings of Honor by James J. Sloan, Jr. and opened it randomly to the chapter on naval operations in 1918. There was a nice picture of a Naval air base L'bar Vrach, France with several Curtiss HS-1Ls. Daryl has a Shapeways model of the airplane and a top-down view of the airplane in his wiki, but no one has designed an airplane card or management card. Some hours later I present these.

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    My shading skills are not as good as Guntruck or MaxHeadroom, but it will get the job done.
    I don't know if you've seen this thread on custom bomber cards.

    Although it is featuring WWII planes, the techniques are pretty much the same for all plane cards. This post was about how I do shading, if you are interested: Custom Bomber Cards - Discussions Post #18

    Check Post #23, as well. For planes with multiple wings, or different levels, I use separate layers to control the shadows cast by upper wings or plane parts on lower parts. If you'd like examples, I could post something on the discussion thread.
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    Mike
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    Well shared Mike! Nice to see new efforts to fill in the game . . .

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    Always good to see new cards and accessories for the game! I've been working with Mike (OldGuy59) on making the drawings easier to use for card artists, and we've come up with something with somewhat wider, darker lines and larger scale (e.g. 3200x2400). I can't post images that large on this site, though; and I don't want to back and regenerate 300 drawings (even if each of them only takes a few minutes), but let me make this offer public...

    If anyone ever needs a drawing¹ of a plane that I've modeled in a larger scale or with stronger lines, let me know and I'll regenerate one and send it to you. I can make it any resolution -- it's just a matter of unpacking an archive, adjusting a few parameters, and pressing "Render Image".

    ¹ = an orthogonal top view, to be specific

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReducedAirFact View Post
    Always good to see new cards and accessories for the game! I've been working with Mike (OldGuy59) on making the drawings easier to use for card artists, and we've come up with something with somewhat wider, darker lines and larger scale (e.g. 3200x2400). I can't post images that large on this site, though; and I don't want to back and regenerate 300 drawings (even if each of them only takes a few minutes), but let me make this offer public...

    If anyone ever needs a drawing¹ of a plane that I've modeled in a larger scale or with stronger lines, let me know and I'll regenerate one and send it to you. I can make it any resolution -- it's just a matter of unpacking an archive, adjusting a few parameters, and pressing "Render Image".

    ¹ = an orthogonal top view, to be specific
    Just attempted the HS-1L, and there isn't anything useful online for it,. This is one of the reasons cards don't get made by me. Thanks to Daryl for all the effort to provide good drawings.

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    A composite image with Daryl's HS-2L front gunner:
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    Last edited by OldGuy59; 09-04-2020 at 18:35.
    Mike
    "Flying is learning to throw yourself at the ground and miss" Douglas Adams
    "Wings of Glory won't skin your elbows and knees while practicing." OldGuy59

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReducedAirFact View Post
    Yeah! Something like that...
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    Are there official stats for this plane?
    Mike
    "Flying is learning to throw yourself at the ground and miss" Douglas Adams
    "Wings of Glory won't skin your elbows and knees while practicing." OldGuy59

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    Quote Originally Posted by malachi View Post
    ...But in several years of painting I've never had this happen...
    Wife did exactly the same with her craft paints - the whole top popped out and shot paint about seven feet across the dining table - fortunately nothing that was not instantly washable was hit so no damage done.

    "He is wise who watches"

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    Think if I had a wall splurge like that I would be looking for a new home, lol

    Never Knowingly Undergunned !!

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    Yeh, paint spills are endemic to the hobby
    I managed to tip over my bottle of micro sol last week while decaling; lost half the bottle
    Karl
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    Inspired by @malachi's wonderful damage card box, I ordered a couple of the Broken Token kits to build boxes for my dad and myself.

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    After a few rounds of polyurethane and light standing, the boxes are constructed.
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    Next up: decals, corner hardware, and artwork.

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    Lookin' great, Chris!

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    Again outstanding efforts all around. Here is my contribution for the last few weeks. Also got in a few more jobs this week. The dwarf is a custom built Heroforge model FOR ME.

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    Found the overstuffed box on a dusty shelf in the Clpper Archives . . . then an oddly wrapped roll of green stuff . . . the light reveals a lost secret mission yet to be completed . . .

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    . . . all the bits are here . . .

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    So it begins . . . the path to Damnation Week! No, just a big table top . . . 4' x 6', we will see!

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    Now to go 3-D . . . that means numbers . . .

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    Two water levels

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    Some sections beginning, need more scale calcs . . .

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    I know, I know, not another old model rehab! Well, we all keep busy as best we can. My brother Bob and a Friend, Marc Miller, got together this past Saturday for a liitle flying and lunch. As you can see, in my garage "The Cave" the door is open and we are distanced. My brother's portable table is covered in my mats and we are ready to fly the OTT mission 3 scenario. I am the Central Powers with a DR1, Pfalz and Rumpler to try and take out Entente tanks, while Bob and Marc are going to attack my trenches. We ate and we flew and my trenches got taken out with regularity while my planes went down - Ugh. Even my Rumpler, after bombing one of the tanks couldn't survive as she caught fire on the way back to base.Click image for larger version. 

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    But enough about Saturdays fun. This is about another 1/72 Rehab!

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    When the decals arrive I will add a couple of completion pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clipper1801 View Post
    Now to go 3-D . . . that means numbers . . .
    Wait... what? You're making my head explode!

    This is going to be so cool. Keep up the posts, please.
    “Fly fast - take chances!”

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    Will, your projects are always a treat to read - especially now that I have a 22" monitor to view them on.


    Looking forward to the finished product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumptonian View Post
    Will, your projects are always a treat to read - especially now that I have a 22" monitor to view them on.


    Looking forward to the finished product.
    Im very happy to hear that Pete. I try to make the builds entertaining and with a bit of history thrown in. I hope you are okay out there. We are hearing horrible things about the fires out west.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willi View Post
    I hope you are okay out there. We are hearing horrible things about the fires out west.
    Thanks, Will. It was touch and go on Thursday - we were packing bags in case the fires got closer.
    We were just 3 miles from Level 1 "Get Ready" and 9 miles from Level 2 "Be Set to Leave"
    Felt like Deja Vu of Baz in Australia last winter.

    The weather changed drastically on Friday - no more high winds, and the temperature dropped from the 90s to the 60s.
    So I think we are good now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumptonian View Post
    Thanks, Will. It was touch and go on Thursday - we were packing bags in case the fires got closer.
    We were just 3 miles from Level 1 "Get Ready" and 9 miles from Level 2 "Be Set to Leave"
    Felt like Deja Vu of Baz in Australia last winter.

    The weather changed drastically on Friday - no more high winds, and the temperature dropped from the 90s to the 60s.
    So I think we are good now.
    Link: Thoughts and Positive Vibes for the West Coast of USA - September 2020
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    Stay safe out there guys.

    A few more done this week, been busy lately. Not up to Clipper's standards but keeps them happy.
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    Things are about to get a bit "Albatrossy" around here.............

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    geeze! thats a lot of albatri!

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    Geeze! Thats a lot of aircraft cards......!
    Run for your life - there are stupid people everywhere!

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    Do you get wafers with 'em ?

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    And I thought when I get 10 or 12 planes that was something.

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    that is a lot of albatri - what Jastas, paint schemes do you have in mind?

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    Here are the planes I have done so far this month. To start 2 Aviatik D 1's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milcoll73 View Post
    geeze! thats a lot of albatri!
    Unfortunately, it really isn't!

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