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jawkers

Airbus A380 Revell 1:144 + full illumination

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I welcome.
Some time ago I started the structure Airbus A380 from the Revell company in scale 1:144.
If he comes off in the model I want to do the full illumination. I have lighting inside, wings, light of the landing, anta has thoughts conflicting and so on, and so forth.

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Electronics already in the set

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Shin glued together of the front chassis

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Alcove of the front chassis.
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Cockpit
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Inside cut from frames

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I painted everything with undercoat what so far I did.

Economy class

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Class business
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The first class
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Stairs
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I reached a conclusion, that how already to do it to do, I will be painting every armchair individually.
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Elements of a nose wheel and back.
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Hind shin.
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I still stuck the alcove of the chassis and I sprayed the inside with undercoat in order to it to stick some coating light not permeable.
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The producer didn't do side panes in the model. I will have to alone from something make some more them. Not yet I know from what but something will invent itself.
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26 minutes ago, Jessica said:

There was a fully lit up version done on another site a few years ago. It didn't have an interior, but it still may give you a few ideas.

I thank Jessica for links. :cheers:

Very interesting and detailed account which I will certainly use how I will have no idea already in the head.
This way I won't be lighting the cockpit, since after closing halves of the body, almost there one can see nothing.

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Hello..

Front shin and one from back, are already almost ready. I must improve these abscesses in a few places on the hind shin.

Front shin.

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Back shin.

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You've committed yourself to a lot of work there! Well done so far; looking forward to seeing how it comes out.

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Amazing work on the landing gear, looks very special!

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Hello.

To be there is nothing in the dam.

Last week I finished painting economy class.
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Yesterday I painted the back of the business class on brick color.

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Now I make color for the armrests.

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She's coming on a treat; my favourite modern airliner!

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Hats off to you. I doubt I'd have the patience to paint that many seats. Nice one. 

Jake

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Hello.
Class one painted.
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Painted boxes
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It was painted the walls and improved some seats. Then I take for lighting.
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Helo.
I began to slowly light the decks.
I do not have a soldering iron but a transformer, but it was excellent advice.
Below the LED compared to the Polish penny, size up to 10 Euro cent.
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On the sides I sold copper wires.
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Then I mounted the diodes in the "headliner".
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This is one of the diodes in the ceiling.
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I am only praised for one moment, which illuminates the stairs - warm white light.
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Hello.
The bottom deck lighting is over.
In the photos the blue chairs look gray, I do not know why.
The effect of self evaluation.

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In the upper deck week.

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Hello. Let it become bright.
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The naked eye looks great, and in the macro some unevenness can be seen.

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Great job Jawkers!

 

I have an A380 in my stash.  Lovely aircraft.  Still not sure where I'll put mine when it's finished.

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On 19.08.2017 at 16:36, BluesModeller said:

Great job Jawkers!

 

I have an A380 in my stash.  Lovely aircraft.  Still not sure where I'll put mine when it's finished.

 

Witam.


Thanks BluesModeller

 

I took my wings. At the first fire went the position lights.
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Airbus has a different landing light shape than Revell did. It is necessary to make a change.
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Composite without glue
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The green diode glows dimly. We will see.
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Almost the whole installation is ready. First attempt.
Effect below.
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First test and first glazed in my plane.
What shall I say to judge myself?

Landing lights.
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Strobe and position lights
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Landing lights.
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Stroboscopic and anti-collision lightening
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Only lighted positioning.
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