Inspired by Paragon

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  1. Dragos

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    Hello,
    Inspired by paragon I've decided to make my own models. The first one is a Mig-21 E-2A, a soviet prototype. I've used Paragon's Mig-21 as a base to my model. The instructions are self-made. Is my first one so please don't laugh. :mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:
    The model is available in the downloads area.
    I will make another model using Paragon's parts A Nanchang Q5 ,after that the models will be maked using only the blue-prints.
    I will also make armoured vehicles like the K-wagen or the PZlnz.160

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  2. cgutzmer

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    Super!!! If anything is too large to upload email me at cgutzmer @ gmail . com and I will upload it for ya :)
    Chris
  3. Paragon

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    Very nice looking! Its always great when another designer is born, I look forward to more of your designs!
  4. Dragos

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    Thanks Paragon

    Altrough my intention was to make the Nanchang or the K-wagen as the next models. My french friends from Forum en Papier insisted to see the Coanda-1910. So the next one will be the Coanda-1910 jet airplaine. It will be an upgraded version of one of my old design.

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  5. Lex

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    ...Um is that an airplane? Oh I didn't realize... :D Nice work on the Mig, another designer is born!!
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    very good looking the Mig:thumb:

    Yes, I`ve already read about Coanda, and I will look very interested on this thread
    larevedere
    Edi
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    thats a plane? i thoght it was a bucket on a pole:mrgreen::mrgreen: nice mig
  9. Dragos

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    "thats a plane?" the same thing they've said almost 100 years ago. And more then that by testing this prototype Mr.Coanda discovered "the Coanda Effect"

    The wings are ready

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    Slow progress ...

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  11. Paragon

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    What are those triangle shapes?
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    Besides the revolutionary propulsion system Coanda's airplaine had a unique design. He had a X-shaped tail, so those pieces goes for the tail.

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    I'm not really one for biplanes, but me fingers are itching to build this one. Nice one. More early X-planes anyone ?
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    The design is ready. But I don't have time to test it. So any volonteer?

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  15. Lex

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    ...Just an idea... You can get Paragon to do it ^O^
  16. Paragon

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    Gah, I hardly have time to build my own models now! I just got around to building my A-10 yesterday, and I've had that printed out for months.

    Its an interesting model, so I may yet decide to help out...it all depends really, I just started design work on the C-27J Spartan, so building the Coanda will of course slow that down, but at the same time having a model of the world's first jet aircraft would be nice...

    One small issue I've noticed already from looking at it: the halves of the tail should probably be rotated so the longest sides are together; this would make construction a bit easier because instead of glueing the two seperate halves together you could just score that line and fold it in half.

    Also, since your MiG is based around my design, do you mind if I feature it on my site? I could just link to your copy if you want to keep track of the number of times its downloaded.
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    Paragon is right , time is the greatest enemy!

    Of couse you can feature it on your site. I have no problem with that . And I'm also reminding you about the Romanian Mig-19.
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    The Romanian MiG-19 is up there, but for now its just with the other MiG-19s, since I don't have any images of it. If you or someone else has built it and can send me an image, I'll put it in the "Fan Models" section.
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    Ok , I will build it
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    Hello again,
    My intention was to make a Nanchang Q5 and a soviet X-plaine the Sukhoi T-3, but for that i have to use again Paragon's models as a base. Actually yesterday I've started the designing of the Nanchang and I've stopped. I've said: "poor Paragon, he is working so hard to design the models and I'm using his work for my airplaines, I don't have the right to do this, is not fair"
    So no more Nanchang, no more T-3, I'm trying some thing new.
    I've maked the design , today I'm building it and soon it will be available.

    I'm talking about another X-plaine: the Arado Ar-581
    Soon the first pictures.

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