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Link Posted: 2/2/2024 6:57:30 PM EDT
[Last Edit: bansil] [#1]
So...Breaking News.....Apparently a huge storm went through fairyland....wife has everyone saying....I need a fairy/gnome door...so I printed some and painted one...
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It's good to be messing around again with the art stuff folks...thanks I needed a spark of motivation..
Link Posted: 2/2/2024 7:20:45 PM EDT
[#2]
Took a break and played with this little guy....
4th one....1:10 move is going to be $$$$$

Plan is breakdown and paint...(this is why I made my airbrush thread)...I'm going to keep drive train stock....this is a truck I have wanted since the late 80's
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Link Posted: 2/8/2024 5:35:59 PM EDT
[#3]
Here she sits....as I wait on the air brush kit.....to learn how to paint it and then find the color

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Used a dremel to grind off melted tangs, guess I'll use super glue on back side after paint?
Link Posted: 2/9/2024 5:56:19 PM EDT
[#4]
So, an airbrush is amazing! So got body prepped and in primer now. Does vallejo primer need to be reduced? I used 3 Nozzle not the smaller 2.
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So nice to put on light coats and not lose detail
But I need to make a small paint booth...overspray everywhere
Link Posted: 2/10/2024 9:43:35 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 2/16/2024 1:03:17 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 2/16/2024 7:46:46 PM EDT
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My 1st attempt at this, I can see MY Vision....this is end of day one, Stage one is behind us now...in the morning into the desrt.... Stage two....
Link Posted: 2/16/2024 8:13:45 PM EDT
[#8]
Working on a 1/32 He 111



Link Posted: 2/18/2024 11:20:07 AM EDT
[Last Edit: bansil] [#9]
You folks that do these detailed airplanes.....blows my mind....wow..great job!!! Scott
Link Posted: 2/18/2024 12:13:09 PM EDT
[Last Edit: tnriverluver] [#10]
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Really nice weathering!  I don't bother with that on any of mine since they usually don't seem to last long.  122 atm but that number will start decreasing from this point forward.
Link Posted: 2/18/2024 8:48:57 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Loonytik:


1:48 or BUST!

I don't like the 1:72 models of any aircraft. Just too small for my taste. I wish someone would just make a die-cast. It would be expensive I'm sure.
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Originally Posted By Loonytik:
Originally Posted By Colt_sporter:


Price wise, you’d be better of trying to convince someone to build the Italeri 1/72 kit instead. Vacuformed models are a special type of hell. I’ve been building damn near 30 years and won’t touch em.

Good luck! There are plenty of people out there who do commission builds. I’ve done some, but for me it takes the fun out of the hobby and the builder isn’t truly compensated for their time.


1:48 or BUST!

I don't like the 1:72 models of any aircraft. Just too small for my taste. I wish someone would just make a die-cast. It would be expensive I'm sure.



I am not aware of any 1/48 B-2 plastic scale models.   Not even Eastern Europe and they have some compainies who have made some large plastic model kits.
But there is a bigger scale radio control B-2 bomber by Freewing - but unfortunately they are currently out of stock, and you'd need to contact the importer to see if they will be getting another shipment
https://www.motionrc.com/products/freewing-b-2-spirit-bomber-twin-70mm-edf-jet-pnp-fj31711p
Link Posted: 2/23/2024 2:08:30 AM EDT
[#12]
Just finished up this Tamiya 1/35 Hummer that I started 3 years ago. Got 80% done then moved and it sat in one of my to do later project boxes.

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Link Posted: 2/23/2024 10:18:50 AM EDT
[Last Edit: tnriverluver] [#13]
Working very very slowly on the 63 inch RC Snafu P-47G.  Health issues are making it damn near impossible to get much done.  20cc gas powered and only my 3rd gas powered plane out of 123 models now.  Fitting a 3D printed fake radial into the cowl to make it look more like the real thing.  PETG is some tough stuff when it comes to cutting and grinding.
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Link Posted: 3/1/2024 10:58:58 AM EDT
[#14]
Freewing 90mm EDF F-15 Eagle.  I swapped this EDF unit out of my F22 for a higher performance version so this one needed a home.  Can’t have one of these big EDFs just sitting around doing nothing.Attachment Attached File
Link Posted: 3/2/2024 10:23:23 AM EDT
[#15]
That's amazing work
Link Posted: 3/6/2024 7:01:11 PM EDT
[#16]
This is my first model and my hat is off to you folks
,every effect I want to achieve, is a new process....it's mind blowing


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Link Posted: 3/8/2024 9:30:23 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By JQ66:



I am not aware of any 1/48 B-2 plastic scale models.   Not even Eastern Europe and they have some compainies who have made some large plastic model kits.
But there is a bigger scale radio control B-2 bomber by Freewing - but unfortunately they are currently out of stock, and you'd need to contact the importer to see if they will be getting another shipment
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Wow, that thing is amazing! Thanks for sharing!

It's too big for where I want it so sit but, I'm glad to see the scale size.
Link Posted: 3/12/2024 9:03:03 AM EDT
[Last Edit: Johnny_C] [#18]
@tnriverluver

Nice bird!

Is the 4 blade prop on your model a working
prop or for display? If it's a work prop, who
makes it?

A friend of mine is looking for a 3 blade for a
G-62 powered Corsair, and I not finding much
positive info about multi blades for engines
that big. I would love to find a scale looking
4 blade for my big P-51's.

And in keeping with the thread topic, I am
finishing up on a GP 82" Ryan STA Arf with
Saito .120 dual plug Gold head motor. I found
the receipt in the Saito box where I had sent it
in for refurb to Horizon in 2008, so I bought them
before that! Ha!

I have added a pilot, on board glow, nav & landing lights.

I am expecting to be a real pleasure to fly, with great
scale characteristics, but will also get up & go with the
.120.

Great thread.

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Originally Posted By tnriverluver:
Working very very slowly on the 63 inch RC Snafu P-47G.  Health issues are making it damn near impossible to get much done.  20cc gas powered and only my 3rd gas powered plane out of 123 models now.  Fitting a 3D printed fake radial into the cowl to make it look more like the real thing.  PETG is some tough stuff when it comes to cutting and grinding.
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Link Posted: 3/12/2024 9:38:01 AM EDT
[#19]
63” Waco ymf biplane made by Phoenix.

Going with my usual, electric.  

6s,

Upgrades are:
Dubro wheels, just ordered some 3.25” diameter wheels as the 3.5” ones are going to be too wide.
Hi tec metal gear servos
spectrum 637 receiver
100 Amp ESC
Spectrum motor that is a rebranded Rimfire .80

I might have to repaint the supplied pilot figures, they’re a little sloppy with how the factory painted them.
Link Posted: 3/12/2024 9:39:20 AM EDT
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Nice weathering, not overdone!
Link Posted: 3/12/2024 9:41:25 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By tnriverluver:
Working very very slowly on the 63 inch RC Snafu P-47G.  Health issues are making it damn near impossible to get much done.  20cc gas powered and only my 3rd gas powered plane out of 123 models now.  Fitting a 3D printed fake radial into the cowl to make it look more like the real thing.  PETG is some tough stuff when it comes to cutting and grinding.
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Well shit, I didn’t know you were over here too!

Nice radial motor!
Link Posted: 3/13/2024 8:49:54 PM EDT
[#22]
Just started an Airfix P-51d.

Link Posted: 3/14/2024 2:49:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: tnriverluver] [#23]
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Well shit, I didn’t know you were over here too!

Nice radial motor!
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Originally Posted By SteelonSteel:
Originally Posted By tnriverluver:
Working very very slowly on the 63 inch RC Snafu P-47G.  Health issues are making it damn near impossible to get much done.  20cc gas powered and only my 3rd gas powered plane out of 123 models now.  Fitting a 3D printed fake radial into the cowl to make it look more like the real thing.  PETG is some tough stuff when it comes to cutting and grinding.
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Well shit, I didn’t know you were over here too!

Nice radial motor!

Getting back to work on my 80 inch P-40 that is nearly vomplete minus the engine install.  Stopped work on it last fall to work on other projects that finally are all out of the way.Attachment Attached File

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Link Posted: 3/18/2024 11:37:02 PM EDT
[#24]
Revell PV-1
In progress
Link Posted: 3/19/2024 8:33:41 PM EDT
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Cherry vanity.
Link Posted: 3/20/2024 8:53:42 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Johnny_C:
@tnriverluver

Nice bird!

Is the 4 blade prop on your model a working
prop or for display? If it's a work prop, who
makes it?

A friend of mine is looking for a 3 blade for a
G-62 powered Corsair, and I not finding much
positive info about multi blades for engines
that big. I would love to find a scale looking
4 blade for my big P-51's.

And in keeping with the thread topic, I am
finishing up on a GP 82" Ryan STA Arf with
Saito .120 dual plug Gold head motor. I found
the receipt in the Saito box where I had sent it
in for refurb to Horizon in 2008, so I bought them
before that! Ha!

I have added a pilot, on board glow, nav & landing lights.

I am expecting to be a real pleasure to fly, with great
scale characteristics, but will also get up & go with the
.120.

Great thread.


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Won’t work swinging a scale prop directly with a G62. Remember Byron Originals?  They did a belt drive reducer to spin the bigger prop slower.  
I wonder if anyone makes anything like that now?  
I remember scale guys flying with tiny props sticking out of a huge spinner.  Looked like it would never work, but the tip did all the work anyway.
Link Posted: 3/21/2024 7:19:42 AM EDT
[Last Edit: tnriverluver] [#27]
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Originally Posted By Johnny_C:
@tnriverluver

Nice bird!

Is the 4 blade prop on your model a working
prop or for display? If it's a work prop, who
makes it?

A friend of mine is looking for a 3 blade for a
G-62 powered Corsair, and I not finding much
positive info about multi blades for engines
that big. I would love to find a scale looking
4 blade for my big P-51's.

And in keeping with the thread topic, I am
finishing up on a GP 82" Ryan STA Arf with
Saito .120 dual plug Gold head motor. I found
the receipt in the Saito box where I had sent it
in for refurb to Horizon in 2008, so I bought them
before that! Ha!

I have added a pilot, on board glow, nav & landing lights.

I am expecting to be a real pleasure to fly, with great
scale characteristics, but will also get up & go with the
.120.

Great thread.


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Originally Posted By Johnny_C:
@tnriverluver

Nice bird!

Is the 4 blade prop on your model a working
prop or for display? If it's a work prop, who
makes it?

A friend of mine is looking for a 3 blade for a
G-62 powered Corsair, and I not finding much
positive info about multi blades for engines
that big. I would love to find a scale looking
4 blade for my big P-51's.

And in keeping with the thread topic, I am
finishing up on a GP 82" Ryan STA Arf with
Saito .120 dual plug Gold head motor. I found
the receipt in the Saito box where I had sent it
in for refurb to Horizon in 2008, so I bought them
before that! Ha!

I have added a pilot, on board glow, nav & landing lights.

I am expecting to be a real pleasure to fly, with great
scale characteristics, but will also get up & go with the
.120.

Great thread.

Originally Posted By tnriverluver:
Working very very slowly on the 63 inch RC Snafu P-47G.  Health issues are making it damn near impossible to get much done.  20cc gas powered and only my 3rd gas powered plane out of 123 models now.  Fitting a 3D printed fake radial into the cowl to make it look more like the real thing.  PETG is some tough stuff when it comes to cutting and grinding.
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I never saw this and didn't get a notification for some reason.  The 4 blade is a working wood prop from ZYHobby.  However it is only on at this point for display since I have no clue what size if any a DLE20cc engine can swing.  I do have a wide variety of sizes and pitches I plan to try at some point once I have this flying but until then it will be using a 2 blade 16 x 8 most likely.  ZYHobby is on EBay, Amazon, Alibaba, and their own site.  All ships from China of course.  I have a smaller 71 inch Phoenix Model Ryan STA powered 20cc electric (way overpowered ) and it is amazing.  Even won me best of scale last year which shocked me considering the number of huge expensive planes that were at our event.

Phoenix Models Ryan STA 70 inch Third Flight
Link Posted: 3/25/2024 9:04:18 PM EDT
[Last Edit: jkirkon] [#28]
I am in awe of many of you modelers. Such magnificent work, and I am not worthy!!

I haven’t built a non-Star Wars model in quite some time, so I decided to take on a helicopter.

Takom AH-64E Guardian Apache. 1/35 scale.


I’m planning on a moderately weathered bird. A few mods, but a mostly out of box build.

Starting on the cockpit.
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Link Posted: 3/25/2024 9:12:53 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By jkirkon:
I am in awe of many of you modelers. Such magnificent work, and I am not worthy!!

I haven’t built a non-Star Wars model in quite some time, so I decided to take on a helicopter.

Takom AH-64E Guardian Apache. 1/35 scale.


I’m planning on a moderately weathered bird. A few mods, but a mostly out of box build.

Starting on the cockpit.
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Sweet.  You're off to a great start.  Looks pretty dang worthy to me.  You should start a build thread.
Link Posted: 3/26/2024 2:13:34 PM EDT
[#30]
Slowly moving along. This is a big bitch!  Hope I bought enough paint.

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The AH-64 Apache cockpit is pretty much finished, aside from a little touch up paint and cleanup.

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1/35 Scale? Nice!

I'd like to find a metal 1/48 scale to match my other models. I have a 1/55 and it is noticeably smaller than my others.
Link Posted: 4/3/2024 8:11:03 AM EDT
[#33]
@tnriverluver
 
Hey!  I finally saw the big ZY Hobby banner
on prop and looked them up. There are a few
products I will buy from China, but 4 blade
props for large scale models won't be one of
them. Your Ryan looks great. I am doing final
assy of my Ryan to complete the CG check.
I should get to fly it in the next few weeks.
I can't wait!

@ScottsGT

I had forgotten about the Byron's reduction
system. I suppose they had fallen off the earth
before I got into giant scale. I fly my giant GP
G-45 powered P-51 with 2 blade, too.

What image host is good these days. I haven't
looked for one since tiny pic went tango uniform.
I'll post up picks when I can.

Lastly, Do you guys make it down to the Joe Noll?
I haven't been in a few years, but I am wanting
to go this year.

Later!

John
Link Posted: 4/3/2024 8:19:21 AM EDT
[Last Edit: ScottsGT] [#34]
Use to go to Joe Nall all the time when it was in Pat Hartness’ back yard.  The guy that was in charge of my old clubs field moved to Greenville and maintained Pats property.  Loved the huge BBQ cookout he had at his home.  Those were good times.

I use Imageshack for pic hosting.

Byron Originals had some nice stuff. When Byron sold it all off I guess the new owners didn’t have the same business skills and it died off.
Link Posted: 4/3/2024 8:28:55 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Johnny_C:
@tnriverluver
 
Hey!  I finally saw the big ZY Hobby banner
on prop and looked them up. There are a few
products I will buy from China, but 4 blade
props for large scale models won't be one of
them. Your Ryan looks great. I am doing final
assy of my Ryan to complete the CG check.
I should get to fly it in the next few weeks.
I can't wait!

@ScottsGT

I had forgotten about the Byron's reduction
system. I suppose they had fallen off the earth
before I got into giant scale. I fly my giant GP
G-45 powered P-51 with 2 blade, too.

What image host is good these days. I haven't
looked for one since tiny pic went tango uniform.
I'll post up picks when I can.

Lastly, Do you guys make it down to the Joe Noll?
I haven't been in a few years, but I am wanting
to go this year.

Later!

John
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@Johnny_C  if you can name me one single product RC related that is not made either in China or Vietnam I'd be happy to know about it.  Sure I mainly buy through USA distributors like HH, Gator, and Legend but at times my only resort is ordering direct from China to find a needed part.
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[#37]
Good point.

I just don't want to trust my giant scale
RC's to a cheap prop.

Later!





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Originally Posted By tnriverluver:


@Johnny_C  if you can name me one single product RC related that is not made either in China or Vietnam I'd be happy to know about it.  Sure I mainly buy through USA distributors like HH, Gator, and Legend but at times my only resort is ordering direct from China to find a needed part.
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Good point.

I just don't want to trust my giant scale
RC's to a cheap prop.

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I recently purchased a 20cc P-51 (Old Crow version) off Alibaba trying to find a replacement for a 20cc Hanger9 that I crashed last year when it went into a high speed stall or something and the Lipos caused a major fire during our fall Warbird event.  At least it won me best crash award!  This P-51 off Alibaba is the most scale detailed plane I've ever owned!  The first arrived with a crushed fuselage however but with some very pleasant communicating with them was able to get a replacement shipped over.  Also my first composite fuselage plane.  Not making the mistake with my un replaceable Hanger 9 I went and ordered a second one of these through ZYHobby at about the same price to have a complete second plane or spare parts plane because it is just that nice!

https://www.zyhobby.com/products/p-51-mustang-68inch-20cc-electric-gasoline-composite-fuselage-scale-model-airplane-rc-aircraft-fixed-wing-plane-uav-arf

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Ok. Color me impressed.

With retracts installed, apparent build &
finish quality, at that price, and working
gear doors? Wow!

And in looking at the depth of their product
line, it certainly lends a lot of credence to
their props.

Think on this, I will.

That's a great looking P-51. But aren't they all?

Thanks for the responses.

John



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Originally Posted By tnriverluver:

I recently purchased a 20cc P-51 (Old Crow version) off Alibaba trying to find a replacement for a 20cc Hanger9 that I crashed last year when it went into a high speed stall or something and the Lipos caused a major fire during our fall Warbird event.  At least it won me best crash award!  This P-51 off Alibaba is the most scale detailed plane I've ever owned!  The first arrived with a crushed fuselage however but with some very pleasant communicating with them was able to get a replacement shipped over.  Also my first composite fuselage plane.  Not making the mistake with my un replaceable Hanger 9 I went and ordered a second one of these through ZYHobby at about the same price to have a complete second plane or spare parts plane because it is just that nice!

https://www.zyhobby.com/products/p-51-mustang-68inch-20cc-electric-gasoline-composite-fuselage-scale-model-airplane-rc-aircraft-fixed-wing-plane-uav-arf

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Originally Posted By Johnny_C:
Ok. Color me impressed.

With retracts installed, apparent build &
finish quality, at that price, and working
gear doors? Wow!

And in looking at the depth of their product
line, it certainly lends a lot of credence to
their props.

Think on this, I will.

That's a great looking P-51. But aren't they all?


Thanks for the responses.

John




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Originally Posted By Johnny_C:
Ok. Color me impressed.

With retracts installed, apparent build &
finish quality, at that price, and working
gear doors? Wow!

And in looking at the depth of their product
line, it certainly lends a lot of credence to
their props.

Think on this, I will.

That's a great looking P-51. But aren't they all?


Thanks for the responses.

John



Originally Posted By tnriverluver:

I recently purchased a 20cc P-51 (Old Crow version) off Alibaba trying to find a replacement for a 20cc Hanger9 that I crashed last year when it went into a high speed stall or something and the Lipos caused a major fire during our fall Warbird event.  At least it won me best crash award!  This P-51 off Alibaba is the most scale detailed plane I've ever owned!  The first arrived with a crushed fuselage however but with some very pleasant communicating with them was able to get a replacement shipped over.  Also my first composite fuselage plane.  Not making the mistake with my un replaceable Hanger 9 I went and ordered a second one of these through ZYHobby at about the same price to have a complete second plane or spare parts plane because it is just that nice!

https://www.zyhobby.com/products/p-51-mustang-68inch-20cc-electric-gasoline-composite-fuselage-scale-model-airplane-rc-aircraft-fixed-wing-plane-uav-arf

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They did have this in 3 different schemes but I'm only seeing the one now.  They had the red tail Tuskegee and a yellow nose version.

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