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AdamSzendrei

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Wow....I mean WOW. That is insane good detail and workmanship in every step. Excellent pro quality. Anxious to see the progression of this thread.


Thank you very much!! I've been finishing up my super hornet but will be working on this one this week and will post and update soon
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Beautiful work Adam, keep it up.
The only thing I spotted that I would've had a crack at cleaning up is the seam line on the exhaust, pain in the butt job I know. It doesn't detract from a great engine though.
And I can concur with the 1:32 Trumpeters. The Stuka went together very well. And I'd build them all day long if I had to.
Keep up the great work, def subscribe!

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Yes I must agree with everyone that the detail is just stunning.  I was standing next to a Bearcat yesterday at the Duxford VE airshow in the UK and I have a few photo's if you want me to post them just me know?  It was on static display showing the wings folded.
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Beautiful work Adam, keep it up.
The only thing I spotted that I would've had a crack at cleaning up is the seam line on the exhaust, pain in the butt job I know. It doesn't detract from a great engine though.
And I can concur with the 1:32 Trumpeters. The Stuka went together very well. And I'd build them all day long if I had to.
Keep up the great work, def subscribe!


Ya I didn't notice them at first until they were dry brushed [frown] by then I gotta admit I was too excited to get the engine together lol
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Yes I must agree with everyone that the detail is just stunning.  I was standing next to a Bearcat yesterday at the Duxford VE airshow in the UK and I have a few photo's if you want me to post them just me know?  It was on static display showing the wings folded.


Thanks so much and yes that would be great id love to see them [smile]
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Adam that is stunning mate that motor looks brilliant the effects on the exhaust are 1st class mate. following this one for sure
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No problem Adam.  I am working my way through all the photo's I have taken at the air show but I have found this one of the wing fold of the Bearcat.

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I hope this helps and I will post the others shortly.  If you don't want them displayed on your build page I will let you know when they are up on my flickr page with the rest of the photo's. 

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No problem Adam.  I am working my way through all the photo's I have taken at the air show but I have found this one of the wing fold of the Bearcat.

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I hope this helps and I will post the others shortly.  If you don't want them displayed on your build page I will let you know when they are up on my flickr page with the rest of the photo's. 


No feel free to post them here. That pic is great because i will be folding the wings so big help with the details [smile] Thanks
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Heres and update on where i am. Completed lots of glueing! Fuselage, wings, all control surfaces and the weapons so time for some sanding and filling. The fuselage fit wasn't great i believe due to all the bulkheads inside but that may be due to me not having them all properly lined up but didn't require a ton of filling and sanding. Also once the wings are together i notice a rather large gap between the wheel well bay and the fuselage so i used so card to fill. Will update once I'm done fitting the wings permanently

Untitled by Adam Szendrei, on Flickr

Untitled by Adam Szendrei, on Flickr

Untitled by Adam Szendrei, on Flickr
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Heres the gun bays prior to a wash

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Moving along well! nice pictures too. can't wait to see this piece of art roll out for the final images. its gonna be epic!
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Adam here are the photo's taken last weekend.  Not many I am afraid but I have added others which I took on earlier visits to Duxford.  I hope they help.

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Awesome shots Ian! Thanks a ton those will help on my up and coming paint stage [smile]
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Today I got the wings and tail on and u can see the filler needed..after about 30 mins of sanding this was the best fit i could get...u can also see the plastic card just to get the fit this good..the kit has been great but the fuselage and wing fit hasn't been very good. Anyways heres some current pics

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What a beautiful airframe, walk around pictures, and the point you have reached so far. what  GEM! built a couple of bear-cats years ago---many years--I love the proportions.
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