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    Hi all. I will risk publishing some of my works. Maybe some points will be useful to you. Please don't judge harshly. I'll start with the general aspects of assembling the model.
    1. We reduce the original Fokker model from Marek Paczynski from a scale of 1:50. The easiest way to do this is by focusing on the wingspan. You will also need a drawing.
    2. We print several copies on thick and thin paper.
    3. I impregnate the capon with varnish.
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    4. I'll start by cutting out the wings. It is better to make them from 80 g paper. From the thicker one, the rough ends are very noticeable.Click image for larger version. 

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    5. I give the aerodynamic shape of the wing by rolling it around the edge of the table.

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    6. I imitate the sagging of the fabric between the ribs. You can press the ribs with an empty pen, as in the photo of the test wing. Or you can do this by pressing it with your fingers and a bamboo skewer on a special pattern. I make it from a spare printout glued to cardboard and filled with baking soda and superglue.

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    -I will fold the cardboard with the upper part of the wing glued on.
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    The photo was not attached. I'll try here.
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    Next, I pour in baking soda, soaked in superglue, and sand it.
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    Now I glue the wire, cut and sand the edges:
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    7. We press the protrusions on the finished matrix. Pre-color the end of the paper.
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    8. On the lower half of the wing we glue the superglue-impregnated and slightly reduced part taken from a spare printout on thick paper. We cut the necessary grooves and use a needle from an insulin syringe to pierce holes for the braces.
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    I do this with all the wings. I make the rudder and elevator without relief.
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    9. Making the cockpit. The photo is really bad. Sorry.
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    10. Let's move on to the motor. In this case I took the motor from Nieuport 11 published by Kampflieger. It is also 9 cylinders, but fits this scale better. I imitate the cylinder cooling fins with thin copper wire.
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    -I'm assembling the cylinder block. I bend and glue fuel supply pipes from 0.3mm wire.
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    In reality it doesn't look so scary...
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    11. I assemble a fairing around the finished motor. Alas, I didn’t guess the diameter correctly, so the motor doesn’t rotate.
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    I close the fairing. It is assembled from thin paper.
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    12. Assembling the body. The sides and bottom are made of thick paper. The top is made of thin material. I glue a magnet inside, at the bottom (I forgot to take a photo). I glue braces and control cables into the holes. They are made from a thread pulled from a child's bow. The same ones are in stockings.
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    -I glue the steering wheels. To firmly install the wing I use a sewing needle. I paste it into all pairs of wings.
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    13. I liked making the wheels from annealed copper wire. I fill the seam with glue and sand it. Then I painted it with gray paint. Spoke fairings - printed paper.Click image for larger version. 

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    14. I continue the assembly. Important! Mount the upper wing not closed. Pull all the braces through it, tighten and glue them. Only then close the upper wing. Luckily there are almost none here!
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    It is important to think in advance where to glue and how to tension the cables. I was wrong here too.
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    Amazing work Alex! I thought I put a lot into my painting but this is very intensive.

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    15. I make the screw from layers of yellow and brown paper soaked in superglue after cutting. For this scale, each layer consists of two layers of 80g/m2 paper. I draw the silhouette of the propeller in Corel according to the drawing and print it on an inkjet printer. I fill the reverse side of the printout with solid yellow or brown. Depending on the color of the silhouettes.
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    -I grind the profile and blades.
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    The photos are mixed up, but I hope you understand. The propeller is ready.
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    I tired you, so now the model itself.
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    First. Thanks everyone for your attention. I try to unleash the full potential laid down by the author of the model. And most importantly, it was all of you who inspired me to do the work I did. When I came here by chance, I was shocked.
    Further, I forgot to mention that if before final assembly you spray the parts with acrylic varnish from a can, the model will have a more correct shine for the given scale and there will be less paper fluff. Zapon varnish does not completely protect against them.
    Now a few photos to give you an idea of ​​the size against the background of the 1:50 Lothar model.Click image for larger version. 

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    Since I have not yet made a stand for the game, I will immediately move on to a very important point for me. The fact is that I really don’t like cola collections hidden from human eyes. And if the models are in the closet, then no one except the author knows anything about them. I tried to solve this issue with the help of simple postcards where I write about the pilot and the plane. The model can be removed and played, and anyone can read everything. So to the point.
    - I’m preparing a postcard from printouts and some cardboard. Don't repeat my mistake. Print only on thick paper. Otherwise, unevenness may appear.Click image for larger version. 

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    We glue the display. I use popsicle sticks and a bamboo skewer to make a frame. In the picture I am attaching a wire with a magnet glued on it. The model is also fixed on a gaming stand.
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    That is amazing work, especially with the wires etc.

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    Well done, Alex! Truly remarkable workmanship!

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    Can be placed on a table, can be hung on a wall (there is a cord at the top of the frame). The wire for attaching the aircraft is almost invisible from most angles.

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    That's probably all for today. I won't bother with assembly anymore. In the near future I will try to photograph and display the remaining, older models.
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    Very nice touch with the framed postcard.

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    Hi all. I'll continue the photo shoot. Today the legendary Fokker E2 from the amazing designer F. Prudenziati. As I remember, this is one of the very first models. Sorry for the heat and cobwebs. Go...
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    It's kind of hard to insert photos. You have to insert them into different messages.
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    Very nice work Alex. Thanks for sharing!

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    Yes, superb workmanship!
    I laugh in the face of danger - then I hide until it goes away!

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    Beautiful work on the Fokker, Alex!

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    Much more detail and shaping work than I did on my Fokker Dr.1! I really like some of your ideas, especially for the wing rib forming.

    The engine construction I think I will pass on, though. Beautiful work.

    And your display stand idea is pretty awesome, too.

    Thank you ever so much for sharing.
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    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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    I'm very glad you like it. Today I will continue the exhibition with a rare model by Anthony Fokker. Design by Zio Prudenziatti. From me - reworking the engine and that's it. For braces, thicker monofilament. It is used for sewing on beads. Although it does not fit the scale and is more difficult to glue, it is more noticeable on the model.
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    For those who will assemble: do not forget that the Oberursel U.III has two rows of cylinders!
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    While I was preparing the photo, I noticed how terribly crooked the wings were mounted. I remember that there were problems with the installation. They didn't want to stand at 90 degrees to the body. In the end I spat and stuck it as best I could.
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    It's time to fly!
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    While working on the postcard, I was once again amazed by the drama of the First World War. I tried, as best I could, to express it on paper.
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    They are ridiculously good, I just can’t fathom out how you do it.

    Never Knowingly Undergunned !!

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    Very talented.
    Piece of art.

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    This is stunning work, Alex, if only I could feel my fingertips I'd have a go !
    If you're happy I can tidy the position/order of your text & images. I've had a go at the propeller post, posting images can be difficult until you get used to it but if you hit return between text and images it will leave spaces and better present your incredible skills.

    Sapiens qui vigilat "He is wise who watches"

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    Good day. Dear flash, I am an amateur when it comes to the Internet, so do whatever is necessary and possible with my opuses. I will try to sort out the publication of pictures.
    Next, thank you all for the compliments, but in fact my contribution to this matter is limited. The main hero of the occasion is the Epson C 91, everything comes out of this chest, all I have to do is glue it together, I don’t even need to paint it.

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    So, the hero of the occasion: Halberstadt Dii. Designed by Batesyboy with Papermodellers. The model is ideal in the range 1:72-1:144.

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    This machine taught me that it is ALWAYS necessary to varnish paper. Without varnish, with intensive use such weathering occurs.
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    Do not use a 1mm diameter magnet for fixation. Ideal - 3mm.

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    Alex, congrats on your first medal for reputation, it's well deserved
    I've tidied up your previous posts, so they're easier to follow, hope you're happy how they turned out.

    Sapiens qui vigilat "He is wise who watches"

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash View Post
    Alex, congrats on your first medal for reputation, it's well deserved
    Yes, your work is brilliant, Alex!

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    All of your planes are wonderful. Amazing detail work Alex!

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    Thanks for your help in creating the posts. I hope to continue to help you in identifying and eliminating errors. Adjusting my award with a trembling hand, I present today’s airplane. This is Phoenix D1 from Paperdiorama, original scale 1:64. An excellent choice for simple modeling. I just added cylinders to the engine and glued the headrest, as in the historical original. But this is not at all necessary. The model perfectly combines appearance and ease of assembly.

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    I'm taking off!

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    Well, time for a postcard. The basis is a historical photo of those years.

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    Thank you, there are still a few models to photograph, so I hope to continue...

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    Hi all. Today I prepared DH2 from the designer
    djackso1. This is the author of amazingly simple models of aircraft paint schemes. Original scale 1:87. Improved the engine, profile and wing camber, Lewis. I tried to reproduce a complete set of cables.
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    When I cut out the propeller I missed the size. Laziness prevented me from redoing it.

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    When installing a magnet inside a very short body, you should try to place it as close to the stern as possible. Otherwise, the gaming stand easily catches on the chassis cables.

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    Postcard.

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