|Richard Foenander||21/04/2017 11:33:13|
3089 forum posts
Hi Jim...I'm bold over with your Fury.
At the beginning I thought you were going to carve the build just like your earlier scratches but this one surely is ingenuity at its best. Even if it was some one else's method it doesn't mean a thing unless you've tried it and it works perfectly here.
Really nice work...I'm learning something here.
|Jim Barry||21/04/2017 20:31:28|
975 forum posts
Simon, Thanks.! Glad you stopped in. Your work has always inspired me to SLOW down and dig deep. This thing is sure one way to force it!
Richard. Thanks much for the kind words. You create some pretty impressive things so I know your bar is high before you tip over. I do hope sharing here as others have done for me does help your work. I'm pretty happy working with other's methods and then showing them here. You are right though, it's still far from being delivered on a plate.
12735 forum posts
Looking great and shows a great deal of skill and patience.
|Tim Marlow||22/04/2017 12:39:36|
904 forum posts
This is great.....I can't believe how far you have come along the scratchbuild route in such a short time...the depth of talent on this site is astounding and you add to it in full measure...it's a nice looking kite as well...
|john hutton||22/04/2017 13:05:52|
3931 forum posts
Add great work on the wing , to a growing list of scratch building skills being put to excellent use on this 1/24th beauty . Terrific throughout this build mate .
|Steve Jones 12||22/04/2017 22:40:13|
2379 forum posts
Terrific work on the wing. Once painted this will look the DB's. Well done sir
|Jim Barry||23/04/2017 12:32:53|
975 forum posts
Thanks guys! . It's the support like that gets me through the trying times. I nearly started over after seeing that cutting the aileron caused the wing to lose its contact point. This was during the patchwork drying looking all wonky. I took a rest from it, went to do errands and dinner with the family and then returned the bench rested and ready for some more. Still a little more tuning near the end of the aileron, but basically it's flying again. I think I could get a job at an auto repair shop for really small cars now, too.
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