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#1 SCREWYFITS Apr 21, 2012 01:31 AM

pics of the Mig-7 builds
 
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I figure I'll post all the pics here so I don't clutter the forum threads:p

#2 gabrielisrael Apr 21, 2012 10:21 AM

Great looking scheme on the black plane. Can you provide some feedback of how it looks in the sky when you fly it?

#3 Tsavah Apr 21, 2012 02:11 PM

Mig-7 Builds
 
Very nice. Looks like you are using the construction methods getting to be more common for thin foam RC models. By now many will be familiar with the method and how much easier it is to keep the model weight down. Sort of like scale paper airplane methods, but using thin foam instead of card stock paper. Thanks for sharing your excellent work and I hope to see more in the near future.

#4 SCREWYFITS Apr 21, 2012 03:32 PM

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Originally Posted by gabrielisrael (Post 21395063)
Great looking scheme on the black plane. Can you provide some feedback of how it looks in the sky when you fly it?

THANX for the complements, it looks great in flight, in my opinion it looks better flying...

#5 SCREWYFITS Apr 21, 2012 03:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Tsavah (Post 21396545)
Very nice. Looks like you are using the construction methods getting to be more common for thin foam RC models. By now many will be familiar with the method and how much easier it is to keep the model weight down. Sort of like scale paper airplane methods, but using thin foam instead of card stock paper. Thanks for sharing your excellent work and I hope to see more in the near future.

Thanx for the kind words, I'm unfamiliar with this thin foam technique or modeling that your referring to, sounds interesting :cool: as these need a diet bad, they end up being a mid to high wind sloper or a power plane...
Thanx again, Dirk
The threat that hooked me is correx Mig-7 scratch build and I join in at post #1633...
I'm interested in this thin foam building, where is a good place to start?
Love the toon jet in your avatar...


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