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Olivier 40

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About Olivier 40

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    Canopy Polisher
  • Birthday 06/19/1968

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  1. Hi Oliver. Thank you... I also love your work... :woot.gif:/> :woot.gif:/> :salute:/> Kind regards Olive
  2. Here is the winch, a small model to him alone. The roof (system SYREBOH) with its GPS antenna. A cut in the canopy will be necessary... Here is the stencil with the MARINE and the numbers of the 5 machines concerned by Berna decals sheet. Finally, the beautiful documentation CD (thanks Renaud) in which is contained a photoscope of the machine as well as photos of 5 machines concerned by Berna decals sheet. Be careful ... limited edition... If you are interested in this conversion, please contact me by MP or email: pinpin40olive@orange.fr Those who have already begun to receive
  3. This is the seat of the Revell model with the original part of the survival kit and the modified part. For survival kit, the wool bonnet is made with milliput glued of sodium bicarbonate. The effect is quite realistic even after moulding. The canvas of the cargo compartment lining is made of wrapping paper. Olive
  4. Here are the MK4 French seats. Those who are in the MK3 and MK88 kits are quite different to the back and especially survival kit. This is the seat of the Revell model with the original part of the survival kit and the modified part. Olive
  5. Hi all, Update today on the cockpit. Despite the time passed since my last update, I do not stayed inactive on the conversion. I started by adjusting the parts in resin of the dashboard. The fit is perfect as you can see on the pictures. The sheet Eduard has added many details for the interior of the cockpit. I have hesitated during a long time before changing the seats of the Revell kit and enclose them to the conversion. In view of photos of the doc and the pieces of kit, it could not be otherwise. I therefore modified the three seats, including survival kit and seat back to be more i
  6. Hello I search the kit of the Curtiss SC-1 "Seahawk" 1/200, in the scale model of the battleship MISSOURI Trumpeter. It is to upgrade my USS IOWA for 1945. I can exchange or buy... Thank you for your help. @+ Olive
  7. Hello I search the kit of the Curtiss SC-1 "Seahawk" 1/200, in the scale model of the battleship MISSOURI Trumpeter. It is to upgrade my USS IOWA for 1945. I can exchange or buy... Thank you for your help. @+ Olive
  8. Hello I search the kit of the Curtiss SC - 1 "Seahawk" 1/200, in the scale model of the battleship MISSOURI's Trumpeter. It is to upgrade my USS IOWA for 1945. I can exchange or buy... Thank you for your help. @+ Olive
  9. Hello, Thanks for your comments. For rivets, I used sheets Archer ref: 88014, 88016, 88022 I also used sheet Micromark, en HO ref: 84985. For the tail, I used the sticky of aluminum. For my F-8P(FN) Crusader 1/32 Trumpeter + scratch, here is the link of mounting in France. http://fighters.forumactif.com/vos-montages-avions-helicos-f2/f-8pfn-crusader-1-32-trumpeterscratch-t24786.htm Here are some pictures of my F-8P(FN) Crusader at 1/32 and more for fun. Olive
  10. Hello Thanks for your comments. I believe that some parts of the conversion can be used for British Army Lynx versions but also for other versions of Lynx. Yes, I think I'll sell this conversion. Olivier
  11. Here is a new which will delight all lovers of the French Lynx. Indeed, Berna decals has accepted our project's decal on the Westland WG-13 Lynx Mk4 (FN) at 1/32. Therefore, available next week. This sheet is available in 1/72, 1/48 and 1/32 scale. The decals sheet Berna on Westland WG - 13 Lynx Mk 4 (FN) ref. BD 32-33 : You can order these sheets of decals at this address: Xbpro@aol.com Here are the proposed decorations : -N ° 804 - flottille 34E - frégate Dupleix - Mission ZMOI (Indian Ocean) 2012 -N ° 808 - CEPA - Hyères 2011 -N ° 811 - flottille 34E - Lanvéoc N ° 276 - flottil
  12. Now here's the complete beam casting. The aim was to achieve a molding without too much failure but especially to keep the definition of rivets. Now, I'm not a professional, so I request a bit of indulgence, and for my level English too... Let’s look at photos. You can see the picture resolution of the rivets. olivier
  13. Finally, I'll mold again this beam that will be in two parts. To be "moldable", I therefore simplified the system of folding at least simple. I also inverted the fastening system between the beam and the aft fuselage of the Lynx. I also represented the locations of the various antennas under the beam, as you can see on the pictures. Olivier
  14. Now my beam is ready for the long installation of rivets. Being only an average designer, forgive me, if I forgot some rivets... I used the Archer rivets and the Micromark in order to have different thicknesses. I preferred to use softener Mark Softer instead of micro sol. Olivier
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