Test build 737-800

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by shika, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. shika

    shika Member

    I've got the template from Paper Replika.
    It is 737-800 Corendon Airline, Netherland.
    I've use computer program "Paint" to recolor it to
    Low Cost Airliner "Air Asia" and "Nok Air"
    Note: Nok = Bird, in Thai

    Some part I have to hand paint coz it's too complicate.

    This is the test build to see what can be improved.
    And it's a lot more graphic works which need to be done.
    I might need to find some other way to do this.

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  2. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Shika, your persistence inspires me. I hope you understand anything I write to you is just to try and help you improve your skill. I have enclosed some pictures that showed a good method of putting fuselages together The green parts are pieces you glue one side in first, let it dry, then, glue the next part, checking for fit. Big planes are hard because they show more mistakes.

    This isn't a real airplane. It was one I drew up to try and explain what I was writing to you. :)

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  3. shika

    shika Member

    Thank you Zathros,

    This fact annoy me too.

    When I try to glue part together it doesn't seem
    to be fit and very hard to make good shape.
    I'll take the picture when I try this next time.
  4. Hi-Torque

    Hi-Torque Member

    Sawatdee kraup Shika,

    It has been some years since I was last based in Suvarnabhumi. My copmany at the time was chartered with Thai Airways to haul freight on our 747's.

    Keep up the good work, you will get there eventually.

    Please eat some phanaeng gai for me...its nearly impossible to get over here.

    Kind Regards,

  5. Cybermac

    Cybermac Member


    Nice little B-737's!:thumb:
  6. shika

    shika Member

    Dear Cris,

    Sawasdee Krub (Hello) and Korp Khun Krun (Thank you).
    It's been a long time for me too that I haven't have Panang Kai
    (Curry Soup with Chicken).



    And thanks, Cybermac ^ ^

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