Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by NOBI, Mar 5, 2008.
Update thread, just arrange all part into paper.
Another design from my dashboard, anyone can ID?
Without looking it up!
I think it is a japanese design that never made it to production from 1945! Joe
Looks to me like the XP-75 Eagle! What do I win if I am right?
Hmmmmmm......i doesn't seem to be the XP-75
It looks like the japanese ki-64
Or the Westland Wyvern S.4 ?
Xadow is right.
According to "Japanese Aircraft of the Pacific War" by Rene' J. Francillon,
It had two twelve cylinder liquid cooled engines in tandem, fore and aft of the cockpit and used a steam vapor system using wing and flap surfaces
The drawing in the book and the poor photo don't show the exhaust for the rear engine. ?
Update thread...panel line is drew and added into surface, Will add an exhaust pipe near wing root next (Forgot to add it)
Today, Unroll is done and result is below...
I love the look of a model when unrolled. It is asking someone to build it!
Great work Nobi.
Finally she's done...Pictures are below
Wait for next project...Alway welcome for your suggestion
you are my favourite paper-models designier
and I hope to see some models of yours from the great planes of past
I am very fond of Ju88 and Mosquito
and those have a lot of variants and camouflage to attract modeler's interest
from bomber to night-fighter to anti-shipping
and there aren't paper modesl of either, in 1/100 or 1/72 or 1/48 :thumb:
(my preferite in recce planes... :mrgreen
The de Havilland Mosquito
Osprey Publishing - Mosquito Photo-Reconnaissance Units of World War 2
Osprey Publishing - Modelling the De Havilland Mosquito
Aeromaster 72-100 for Ju-88
hope is of your interest
thanks for your work
I have already bought your "kawasaki_ki_64."
I agree with "a6m" for Havilland Mosquito 1 / 48 scale (I'd love) and also for the others.
Thank you for all suggestion, I know I used to have a poll before but now I have another poll Please go to http://thaipaperwork.blogspot.com and cast a vote, Let's me know what you want and I will design for you.
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Hi NOBI, I already voted.
I voted, and Googled also
thanks for your work
Ok this one is not in the poll, but a very interesting Pre- war japanese X plane, It is in a museum somewhere in japan, would be a nice model..
OK OK man, Surround me...Time to sharp your brain...ID me again...
Post answer at my blog http://Thaipaperwork.blogspot.com and winner will have a prize
YO-3A - VERY nice.
Here are some links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9klYgXlVhE
That Ki-64 is one of the most gorgeous looking planes I have ever seen, and your model looks excellent. I may have to get that one.
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