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Well - my little 1/144 UFO'ish thingie is done, finished - and it came out almost as I had envisioned it! Can't ask for more. :winkgrin:

 

Link to WIP:

The pictures show the DRA-G1 on the day of the first flight. :D

The mechanics are making the last adjustments, while the flightcrew are viewing the cockpit.

A young belgian journalist and his dog are having a chat with the army intelligence officer at the entrance of the DRA-G1.

They seem to have a little problem with the leading landinggear, which is a bit crooked, but I'm sure they'll have it fixed before take-off. :hmmm:

 

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I hope you liked this little trip into my little fantasyworld - I know I had a lot of fun! :D

 

Cheers for now :bye:

Hans J

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Yg Models said:

have a nice trip outside earth 🥰

Thank you - they are to boldly go to infinity and  beyond where noone has gone before to a galaxy far, far away! :winkgrin:

 

Cheers :bye:

Hans J

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3 hours ago, HansReggelsen said:

A young belgian journalist and his dog

They'd better take off soon. Bad weather coming. It could be Snowy. 

Hans, it looks fantastic. Very impressive.

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On 9/25/2022 at 10:07 PM, S. Uehlinger said:

Fantastic Work!    Can't wait to see your next Project....

At the moment I've working on two old 'classic' kits from Revell - the Douglas Skyrocket and the Douglas X-3 Stiletto. :D

Both will be made as desktop models in flight mode, so a lot of putty and sanding! :winkgrin:

I'll put up some pictures in the Aircraft RFI when done - there really isn't much to show in a WIP! :lol:

 

Cheers :bye:

Hans J

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18 hours ago, HansReggelsen said:

the Douglas X-3 Stiletto.

I had this kit as a child in the late 60s. Loved the look of it!

 

Maybe I'll try to find one on the bay some time.

 

Cheers,

Alan.

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