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Proper Plane

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  1. Thank you for the valuable information @Plasto! Now I am preparing another propeller for Sopwith Pup, then, if it is necessary I continue the line of propellers for other Sopwith planes.
  2. Hi @Plasto! It looks the same, but ufortunatanetly I have no proof that the props was the same. I used information from the site http://www.woodenpropeller.com/Britain.html
  3. Thank you @Shar2! Hello friends! I'm Alex Belov, a Proper Plane owner. I would like to say "thank you" for those who supported me and inspired to do that things. And now I'm very glad to hear that comments from you about my propellers. I hope I will surprise you with my products in future. If you want to ask me some question about my props, you are always welcome! By the way should I change my Britmodeller avatar to Proper Plane now?
  4. Does anybody know if the bottom side of upper wing was painted in black in fact?
  5. Thank you, friends! My little update: I've made a new slats by aluminium foil and separate the ailerons
  6. Hello! After Spitfire build has been completed, I decided to make a new model - Fairey Swordfish. So, I have: Model: Tamiya 61099 Resin parts: CMK 4063, engine Vector Photo-etched: Eduard 49212; Tamiya TA61069 I would be grateful for any help - especially I need of good quality drawings and walkarounds. Thank you!
  7. They are not sure this plane were exist at all. It was reconstructed according Johnson's memories
  8. Thanks a lot! With another my model A6M5 - The Best model IPMS Ukraine 2015
  9. Hi! This is my Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX - 1/48 Eduard finished yesterday. The model is built from Eduard production, the battery compartment has been made of foil. Enjoy! The model was built for the contest. You can watch the results and add your vote on Greenmats Club http://bit.ly/27PZ2t2
  10. Gene K You can remove ejector marks by sandpaper or putty/cyanoacrylate. It's not a problem. As for Variable Intake Ramp - this step will be hided by the aft part of B4-B5 Look at the pictire And some another pictures of my work I have removed all these wormholes and I'm going to make new ones using my own decal
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