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Old 07-14-2015, 07:20 AM   #181 (permalink)
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Hi, George, thx

Regarding painting just bough EVOLUTION SILVERLINE Airbrush 2 in One to support the max of the detailing I am spending my time on

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Old 07-15-2015, 03:15 PM   #182 (permalink)
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It was time for me to put mechanics back into fuselage because I need to think about the way lipos will sit inside. But I also need to check hight of a swash plate follower and the look of the head part.





I do like the way it looks I just need to add thiner pitch links with a gummy between swashplate/swashplate follower and that is it.
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Old 07-15-2015, 03:19 PM   #183 (permalink)
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Just couldn't left the tail being unattached, the rest the pictures will tell







Today is the day I will be just enjoying the looks and the passed work being done on the heli.
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Old 07-15-2015, 11:19 PM   #184 (permalink)
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Peter:

SUPER TERRIFFIC work on the details ..

You ARE a MASTER of Scale ..Thanks for keeping us updated ..

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Old 07-16-2015, 12:28 AM   #185 (permalink)
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Huh, Russ thanks. I shurely will do my best to post all updates

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Old 07-16-2015, 01:02 AM   #186 (permalink)
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Peter:

Your helicopter is turning out really nice. The details are matching up with the original very nicely. I also discovered a lot of new details to my own CH-139 when I visited the flight school it is stationed at. I drove a total of 4200km round trip to get pictures of it and the original yellow and green scheme helicopters from the squadron. You might have seen the picture I posted of my model beside one of the original yellow group and there is no mistaking, the colour I chose was a perfect match. I am getting a bit too sore in the knees to get underneath the helicopter so I didn't get all the details I should have but my wife managed to get a picture showing the same three access holes on the underside and they, of course, match yours. I might add those in the next three weeks before I go to the US Nationals and IRCHA. I spent nearly an entire afternoon making up new stencils for the spots that I couldn't make out on the original pictures. There are so many more that should be there and in some cases, there is just a smudge because of the poor resolution of the picture. Some might even be scans rather than original pictures and that would explain a lot of the lack of detail in my pictures used for building. I hope your helicopter is a lot closer for you to get access than mine is. Now, I would go back and take hundreds more, if I had the chance, lol. Take care and keep it up.

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Old 07-16-2015, 04:30 AM   #187 (permalink)
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Don:


thx for nice words. Your work on CH-139 is also astonishing, bravo!
I must admit that my work is a bit easier considering details. I own detailed pictures and have also opportunity to visit Slovenian Police heli division to double check if there are any discrepancies between real heli and factory made fuselage. And not to forget wishing to include all the details is sometimes a nightmare, I find myself thinking in a sleep how to deal with specific details to make the most real looking outcome.


I say Kudos to all of modelers with the will and fait to make so nice handcrafted models, cheers to you all since scale heli builders are special guys!


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Old 07-16-2015, 02:39 PM   #188 (permalink)
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Postman finally arrived and left me a nice package,... Airbrush and accessories for my JR build



The story continues,...
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Old 07-17-2015, 05:25 PM   #189 (permalink)
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So I am back to detailing,.. Door handles were my object to make,..

On the real one they look like this;



I have made square opening and add material 3mm high 0,5mm thin wide fiberglass pieces with also adding aluminum and brass tube for main handles part finished with polystyrol 0,5mm thin.





And walaaa finished,.. one done three more to go



To be continued,...
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Old 07-18-2015, 04:32 PM   #190 (permalink)
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Peter:

As usual, your door latch detail, as well as all your detailing, is extraordinary !!

AND, I will have to say that having Don ( Keyrigger ) give you such kind compliments, is a sure indication of your scale building talent and dedication ..

GREAT job .. can't wait for the paint .. I'm sure your JR will be a Knock-Out !!

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Old 07-18-2015, 06:32 PM   #191 (permalink)
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Huh Russ, guys thanks for kind words! If we meet in person someday we have to go at least for a beer

Today I was making holders detail that is not in use on real heli, thaw it is there so I have to add this detail to my fuselage



Material I used is core made of balsa being covered with Polystyrol and on the top aluminum part screwed with 1mm screws.






And finished,..



Until next time enjoy!
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Old 07-20-2015, 02:54 PM   #192 (permalink)
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Detailing regarding oil discharge, the look of the detail on the real heli;



Material used brass tube and polystyrol,..





that is it for today,...
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Old 07-20-2015, 06:52 PM   #193 (permalink)
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It really is the small details added to any model that elevate it beyond being just a flying representation of the original. I had little to go on when I did the vents on mine but was fairly close and certainly close enough to be passable. On yours, I don't see an item that is part of mine and that is what makes these models so interesting to see take shape. Mine has a small rubber priming type bulb on the fuselage just above and to the right of those two vents. I don't see it on yours but it might be in an entirely different place. I thought that the bulb was a pipe vent, lol, and was shocked to see what it really was. I was also missing three attachment screws in the doghouse that are used to hold the cold air baffle in place during winter flying. Manitoba is famous for extremely cold winters and those baffles are what helps to keep the helicopter running all year round. I see that your body kit, just like mine, had panels on the right side that are only on the left and to see that coming from these body makers shows that the plug makers are more interested in the general appearance rather than the correct one. It takes a modeller hours to correct what should have been done at the plug stage but there is no mistaking the final result. Your final model will stand out way beyond the average made from that kit. Great details and execution.

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Old 07-21-2015, 01:35 AM   #194 (permalink)
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Nice extra detailing yet again.....

Seems all Jetrangers are different with details in their year built and each to its own operator's specs.
But there should be some common vital parts that is seen on every B206 Jetrangers out there.

Keep it up..and post more pics please!

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Old 07-21-2015, 02:02 AM   #195 (permalink)
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It looks like that there is a lot of differences between Rangers .Our Slovenian police is having Agusta version of Jet Ranger. I find this differences interesting since as a modeler I try to make unique model not to be one of many but one of a few out there, that is more inspiring for me by far. And it is interesting when reading and checking on all those builds out there, how many differences are with specific heli quite interesting! I do think since JRIII is heli beeing sold in big numbers the customers wanted to have different kind of add on's specific to the need they have and this is understandable.





Thanks for your comments they are most welcome and also inspiring!


Take care,




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Old 07-22-2015, 03:35 PM   #196 (permalink)
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Details yet again, the look on big one;



Material used Polystyrol and 1mm screws no glue yet. First I will add primer than I will glue the panel and add screws.





A lot of small details adding lately, but I have to say with every detail fuselage is looking more realistic

Enjoy,
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Keep up the good work....
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Old 07-22-2015, 04:55 PM   #198 (permalink)
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Thanks Gh!
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Old 07-23-2015, 04:34 PM   #199 (permalink)
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So I haven't work on a lot of details so I just need to add some more

Antena time it was ,.. look on the real one



I was using the "old" model makers goodies you can get at any good model store; Cut with dremel to the right dimensions and glued,...



And walaaaa,...






Both antenas are detachable, for transport and colouring purposes,..

That is it for today,..

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I have been a busy little beaver on my instrument panel and exterior details I found on the full size originals, just as you are. I kind of wished that I had gone for a much bigger model (like yours) to attempt the level of detail that I have done. Yours has been a bit easier on you but still gives you a great challenge to re-create the individual details. You are very correct in that our models, although similar in overall shape, are quite different in the way they are equipped and fitted out. I can see that yours has no air conditioning because of the absence of the condenser just in front of the pedals. Now, there might be a completely different system in yours compared to mine (full size) and yours might be fitted from day one whereas mine was a retrofit. The level of detail that is going into yours is remarkable and well worth keeping a close eye on. I am getting mine ready for the US Nationals and IRCHA and will post the completed pictures after the competition. Keep it up, it is looking very real.

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