Avro Lancaster

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  1. Wurger

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    There are some pics of an Avro Lancaster paper model in 1:33 scale."The author" of this quite big model is the guy who makes armoured vehicles and tanks also made of carton.Some pics of his "armament" I've uploaded at the " Post models that aren't yours !" thread earlier.

    I hope you will enjoy these.:D
     

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    I wish that I had that model Wurger :D
     
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    Also me, but I don't have enough space to keep this carton bomber at home.:(
     
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    Freakin real nice, but I like the detailing on urs better Wojtek...
     
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    THX but, also there detailing is good.The model was made using one of the first paper kits of FlyModel firm.This kit was issued long time ago.So taking its age into consideration it is amazing that this modeller managed to assemble it.

    Some additional pic.
     

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    Wojtec: I am truly amazed at the detail. How long did it take to build
    this model ?

    Charles
     
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    Hallo Charles,
    I haven't asked him about it.But according to my experience it took two or three weeks.It always depends how much free time you have.
    There some next shots.
     

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    fantastic model.

    Amazing skill involved though card modelling doesnt really interest me to be honest.

    Still she looks magnificent :D
     
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    Bescause you have never tried to make this kind of models.I think it is much more enjoyable then assembling of plastic kits.I have somewhere one guy's articale about Bf109E ( as memory serves).You wouldn't say it was made of carton.If I find this one I'll try to scan it and post some parts of it there.
     
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    Wow!!! Der totale Wahnsinn in Papier!
    Crazy in paper!!!
     
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    That's really amazing. Would like to have that one. I could replace my paper model of the starship Enterprise hanging from the roof.
     
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    And counting these green bombs you could fall asleep easly.:lol:
    Just joking.;)
     
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    How do you make the clear cockpitglass?
     
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    As I remember the guy used cockpit conopy set for Lancaster that was offered by one of model firm.The set concisted of all glasses for the bomber.
    Of course it is possible to make it by hand quite easy.
     
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    nice! thanks for posting wurger, this should help with my lanc that I'm building
     
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    Actually I have. Only it was the construction of buildings and a locomotive.

    I only say it doesn't interest me because I enjoy working with plastic as a primary object. :)

    If you find the article please post as I am interested all the same. 8)
     
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    I'll be remember about it my friend.I'll post it as soon as possible.:D
    Promise !!!
     
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    You are wlcome :D
    I remember this model.I have the same somewhere in my drawer.What about its progress?
     
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    i am still waiting on paint but theres still more I can do like assemble the engines, paint landing gear, wheels props and spinners. Its just been finding the time but now that I am on holidays I can get stuck into it again.
     
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