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Raybo

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As an enormous fan of your step by step builds where I have learned so much, I would like to plead with you to show the build of a biplane with all the rigging etc. I have acquired an Eduard Bristol and am at a bit of a loss as to how to even start. So please, please do a biplane.

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Firstly, welcome to the forum, Ray, you pocked a great place to join.  Secondly, yes, I'd love to see some vids on rigging bi-planes, as I have a couple myself, albeit all WWII subjects, in my stash.
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Raybo

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Thanks for the welcome, I notice that Flory Models has done a Wingnut Wings Triplane, but I like it here and I think I learn more here than on say Flory Models which tends to get free stuff and promotes it whether he uses it or not. Do they do that here?
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I'm on Flory Models too, and I like both sites.  Phil has a business to run, so it makes sense to promote his own products, though to be fair they are excellent stuff.  Bobby uses them himself frequently, though both Phil and Bobby use many other makers products too, and always mention them when they do.  Bobby doesn't make his own stuff, so there's no self-promotion on here.  I like Bobby's method of educational tutorials, though the Flory forum is a lot more active.  Between the two I have learned a huge amount, and spend far more time on these two sites now than I ever did on any other social media.
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Welcome Ray. We met just before in the Skytrain topic. Posted some pictures of the unboxing. Very nice to have you with us. We have a lot of fun here. This forum give me the motivation to go on, the members are so kind and respectfull with each other. You will notice that my English is not so good but this forum help me so much with that too. So like Andy of Andy's headquarters always says... Let's get started. 
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Raybo

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Hi,
I take it that your first language is French. I used to speak some aeons past but now I am in my seventies my memory is not so good. Anyhow I am building the Douglas Dakota at the moment and some tips might be helpful.

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Most of the reviews are about the Airfix model Kit. But I wanted to try this one. Looks like the details are better. Reviews says this kit is good but expensive compared to the Airfix one. And not enough decals they says. For me it's far enough !!
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Ray, welcome! I've referred to the Flory site before but not joined yet. Hopefully I can in the future when I can spend more time covering two sites. Flory is a great site with loads to be learned there.
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