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About HansReggelsen

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  1. Well - his name is after all Bernhard Manfred Wassertropfen! Cheers Hans J
  2. Now that the Aerocar is all but done I'll turn my attention to the figure. Now in Denmark we have a saying that goes - almost - something like this: Without drink and food - the hero is no good! So I figured I couldn't send Opa (grandad) along on a ride without something to eat'n drink: Now for some painting! Cheers Hans J
  3. A small update This is the aerocar with the wings installed: ..and how I plan on presenting it - an aerial view of Eibsee in Bavaria - hence the blue/white colourscheme of the aerocar! Next up is the painting of Opa (Grandad!) Cheers Hans J
  4. I think I agree with you - also the backstory is that the pilot is on the first flight so it wouldn't have a wellused look to it - but a little bit.....just a little...... Cheers Hans J PS.....just an itsy bitsy teeny weeny.... PPS ..Have I mentioned that the pilot/inventors name is Bernhard Manfred Wassertropfen?
  5. Thursday! I'm getting closer! I can't decide - to weather or not to weather? Cheers Hans J
  6. Monday! First things first - an apology for the lack of updates in the weekend, but my internetconnection broke down saturday but the repairman has just left and I'm back! But that means, that today I have a magnificent offer for you: Three updates for the price of one! First - the basic paintjob on the aerocar is done: Next up is the painting of the wings: And at last how the Aerocar looks now: I chose to paint the headlights in gloss white. Cheers Hans J
  7. Saturday! No more talking - let's see some action! Time sure flies when you're having fun! Cheers Hans J
  8. Hats off for your task of rescribing the whole model! And the result speaks volume! Cheers Hans J
  9. Sure would and I have searched the 'net for it, but the photos I could find were in black'n white! But I found a beautifull shot of Eibsee by Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria that I intend to use. But enough yakity-yak from me - it's time to get some building done and pass on some pictures on the net! Cheers for now - and with any luck the primer will be pouring tonight! Hans J
  10. Been thinking about what to do with this when I'm done..... Cheers Hans J
  11. ...and then it hit me! And when I regained consciousness I remembered where I'd seen the drivers face before: Tamiya's Churchill Tank! So a quick beheading ensued and behold: a new headmaster! Much better - and the Tamiya kit also has goggles! I'll give him a pair around the neck! Cheers Hans J
  12. Saturday! Not as much of an update, but more of a confession: On a lighter note - I think preliminary painting is coming close! Cheers Hans J
  13. Thursday! Went to bed late last night as the pondering of how to make the rudderassembly took longer than anticipated. But here's my solution! Alas! - sleep came to me easily upon this most triumphant idea! Cheers Hans J
  14. Not a bad idea! My initial idea for the steering was some sort of rudders in connection with the propulsion a bit like the exhausts on the GR.1 Harrier, just external! Does that make any sense? Cheers Hans J
  15. Thrusters.... More pills? - I think I'm taking enough as it is! Cheers Hans J
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