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  1. Here Central Control, ready to assemble the main engines to shuttle space... Some photos and diagrams that I use: Here a representation of the engines on my model: Some materials that I use Thanks!!
  2. I am amazed by the discipline, talent to translate to a model all the details of reality, good! Adrian
  3. Thank you Pete, and I follow your project every steps you done and is out of this world , good!!, we are in communicate... Space Shuttle Launch Pad 39A with Challenger STS-6 (1:144) Adrian
  4. Hi! Here are new advances Now we focus on the engine room We start with the first part of pipes Now with
  5. Hi Pete!!, thank you for your words!...good Yes!!, ...and I have more pictures of the Payload bay...I'm glad to share with you too , if you like...I will give you my email and you can write me , and with this medium , with zip and dropbox I will send you all the pictures I had ( included of the all the shutter orbiter). I only use google but with keywords like 'sts-125 FSS' or 'atlantis shutter orbiter ORUC with LOPE, NoPE ...'...with the names of the all little comopents...etc, you need to be patient... I have estimated that no less than 50% of the project
  6. Here the progress of the ‘representation´ of the main components of Payload Cargo. There are still details in each component that will be completed throughout the process. Thanks. I'm doing tests to photograph the model for last. Some Photos Include in
  7. Your search and attention to detail is truly amazing. Add the precision of each component and the patience to execute it. Thank you for sharing your work and in the end give your work more greatness. we are in contact Adrian
  8. Yes!!...yes..., yes !! Pete...nice to see you again !! Yes, in this moment a began to work on the Payload Bay I'll take a shortcut to show you how I'm doing but then I will show how I did it... I will show you some pictures... Note: all the main components are not glued yet and I added a red and other oxigent tanks, circuit and other components JUST FOR TO SEE how it looks but aren´t glued yet... In the last picture , I took one to take it out of your post, ( the back of the payload bay ). Thanks.
  9. First, I'm going to give you some sample photos to give you an idea of my goal. Thanks. This is from the Buran
  10. Hello As a first step, cut the plastic in all the parts I need for the project. Use the dremel to cut the plastic, because it is faster and more practical. Here the photos. Thanks You and any questions or suggestions welcome.
  11. Hello, I am very excited to start this project. I've always been a fan of space and I've always dreamed of having a kit like this. For this project I have chosen a kit for children in 1/179 scale. Different scale from those known. And I did it because of the size that is neither too big nor too small. And especially a size like this you can add an incredible detail. The scale model consists of 4 or 5 pieces that with a screwdriver fit. My project is to make all its interior from the nose to the wings including the cargo bay, wings ,
  12. Please Ret, can you erase my post here, because no will be surprise when I post it again in about two weeks. I'm very happy thanks!! Adrian
  13. Thanks you Peter and Ret for all your tips !...( in about 2 week a will start my own thread) and I will contact because I want to show all the steps I can ( the project already beginning some time ago ) Let me tell you K2Pete, here in Guatemala many people has lookin your work and talk about it ( of course, they comment to me ) and admiring you!. In Guatemala there is not work ( any kind) that has your ability. My work is separately from the plastic. But I'm very happy for knowing you and talk about it ...thanks !! There's is no too much guys like us (joke!!
  14. Thanks you for yours words, I really appreciate. Yours 1/72 Shuttle and Hubble Space Telescope is sometime spectacular because you pay attention to detail top and try to do close up to reality...I will follow this... For my project I will take the STS-125. ( same to you)...and I will not attach the Hubble to the shuttle space. It will be with the canadian arm. I decide this for two major reason 1) I want to see inside the engine room, and if the Hubble are in its position the engine will not be possible to appreciate a lot. 2) I want to se
  15. Thank you K2Pete to motivate to show my work and in more or less one week I will ready to make a new topic and I will keep in touch. Firstable thank you again for all your motivating work because give me a lot of reference. and i'm a lot of impaciencia to know about your new project. Thanks. Yes!!, is in scale 1/179, I bought a child kit in the grocery store. ( please don't suggest anything at first look of the child kit ) I tell you about a child kit. Consist of a shuttle space in 6 pieces, with a screwdriver to screw the piec
  16. I am fascinated by your work, completely fascinated by the dedication, detail, beauty, research ... etc. I am looking for references because before seeing your work I thought about doing something similar and I found your work, thanks. My work will be the repair of the Hubble in 1/179 scale (with the Hubble completely scratched)
  17. Hi! I want to congratulation for your explendidos work. I’m from Guatemala (50 years old) and I’m new here. I like the WWI airplanes too and I decide to talk you because you like the structures of theses airplanes and you have already 4 of them. I’m interesting in your work because a like the same and I already build at scratch a Fokker E.IV and a triplane Dr1 in 1/72. When you have time I would like to present my work at address below http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index....;hl=fokker+E.IV Thanks and very much to pleasure to talk you. Regards !!
  18. Hi! I’m Adrian Urrejola from Guatemala in Central America (I’m new in these forum and please all comments are welcome!!) , system engineer, 50 year old. Other hobbies: photography, astronomy and static modeler. I have a lot of project but now I only have two airplanes on 1/72, a Fokker E.IV and a Fokker Dr1 Each of one took me about 1 year to build. All scratch except the rivers of Fokker E.IV and tires. (from eduard kit) Each airplane has about 500 pieces. All are metal and brass, no plastic parts. The Fokker EIV was the best of show at IPMS Guatemala in 2009. I give you some
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