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Some may argue if a paper airplane can be a kit. Well, if you need to assemble it, then that makes it a kit in my book. It comes in a large book with the major pieces printed on thick, glossy paper. There are also a number of templates and an equally large number of computer generated drawings that show the bits and pieces in place.
You can see examples of the kit parts and drawings shown above. Probably the part that will be most difficult for those who have never done such a model is that all the instructions are in Polish. That includes the assembly instructions and the guide on what all the little cartouches mean.
I would find it most helpful if at least an addendum sheet would have been included with the instructions translated, or at the least, the cartouches.
From what I can gather, several of the parts must be cut from other paper as, for instance, there are no part's 58 the main wheels included, though there are templates for them. Whether these are to be cut from paper stock or sheet plastic is unknown. Same for a number of other parts. What is included, but not shown, is a nice vacuformed canopy so one only has to cut and paste the framework onto it prior to attaching it to the rest of the model.
Fortunately, there are a number of websites that are dedicated to card modeling and the results can be truly impressive. I've included one here that shows this kit finished and it is incredible.
Back to the Previews Index Page. Scott Van Aken. Paper with vac canopy.
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Hood Updated Dec If you would like to write a review or a build article of any of these kits, or, if you know of something we have overlooked, please contact our staff. Hood This Polish card model is very large over four feet and highly detailed. Its a representation of Hood in her final "as-sunk" configuration in May Halinski had updated this kit fairly recently within the last ten years and as a result, it incorporates many of the "finds" we and other Hood researchers have uncovered details not shown in plans or not remembered prior to the s. We'll cover some of the specific errors below.
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Hello, everyone! I started this waaay too ambitious project, as for my beginner level. But I hope to make it. I'm going to make both. So, I started with Ridge Runner and that's my progress for now:. Attached Thumbnails. Login to remove ads.