Sopwith Triplane 1/24 scale card model

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  1. deckape

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    Ahoy
    Here is another I finished in the card model department. this was a free download project offered on the papermodlers.com website The model was intended to be in the scale of 1/32 I had it blown up to 1/24. Tonoite I will finishe up my Ju52 and this Wednsday I will start my big Lancaster build in dedication for Wojtek. Here is my flying stepladder.

    Boats:D:D:D:D
     

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    Looking very nice. I like the way you made the prop, my friend. However it might have been sanded a little bit more in order to get a better shape in cross-section.

    :thumbright: :thumbright: :thumbright:
     
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    Nice one Boats. I'm gathering some stuff for your Lancaster build, mainly internal detail at the moment. Is there anything specific you think you might need?
     
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    wow very nice Boats
     
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    Very impressive!
     
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    Excellent!
     
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    Great Job.
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    Love it Boats!

    Terry, if you find anything on Lincoln interiors during your search, please let me know... bugger all on the net.
     
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    Wow....that's a great build Boats!
     
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    I tell ya those paper kits really look good :thumbright:
     
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    Whenever a paper model turns out that good, I question my own skills with styrene. Nice work, Boats. That cowling looks like hammered metal.
     
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    I don't know how you do it Boats. Your card models are stunning.
     
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    #15 at6, Jul 8, 2012
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    Amazing what you have done with paper. I've just started to build in paper and hope at some point to get close to the quality of your build.
     
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    Great stuff Boats. Looks amazing.
     
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