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33 | 1. February, 17:06
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Roland Sachsenhofer
"The tube": the Airspeed Horsa is indeed a design trimmed to the utmost practicality!
1. February, 17:08
Sebastian Meyner
That's something different 👍 Following
1. February, 17:53
Roland Sachsenhofer
Hi Sebastian, yes, I am tempted by the subject. I plan to build a series of cargo gliders over the coming time. The DFS 230 and a "Waco" have already been purchased, I'm curious to see what will follow.
1. February, 19:07
Łukasz Gliński
Interesting choice, watching
2. February, 12:12
Bart Goesaert
Looking forward
2. February, 19:34
Roland Sachsenhofer
I am pleased!
3. February, 17:07
Roland Sachsenhofer
Some progress in the cockpit; there will be not much to be added. Except a little bit of wear and tear possibly.
4. February, 09:08
Roland Sachsenhofer
A few steps further: the Airspeed Horsa, once assembled, shows itself to be quite an imposing model even in small scale.
9. February, 17:17
Lode Schildermans
Roland, you're hard to follow. You build at such a high speed that it looks like you do a model each week. But I can hardly believe that when I look at your outstanding quality each time. I guess you've either four hands, or a bunch of elfs working for you 😉 Great looking model, mate
10. February, 22:50
Roland Sachsenhofer
Thank you Lode for your comment! Besides the trick with the helping elves, I am just very grateful that I have the opportunity to always have three or four models on keel at the same time.
I admire you ship modellers for your consistent perseverance, which leads to such great goals.
11. February, 10:19
Roland Sachsenhofer
A few steps further: the invasion stripes are still being touched up a little, but in principle the Horsa is ready for the decals.
14. February, 18:47
Juergen Klinglhuber
Interesting topic and great looking model!
15. February, 06:45
Łukasz Gliński
That front looks as streamlined as a washing machine, doesn't it?😉
15. February, 08:47
Roland Sachsenhofer
Thank you Jürgen and Lukasz! You are right, reminds me on a ramming head- made of splintery glass and plywood...
15. February, 10:33
Daniel Klink
A very cool classic kit awakened by a masters hand..
Great job Roland 👍
20. February, 20:47
Roland Sachsenhofer
With these pictures, the Airspeed Horsa says goodbye to my work - after having given me a lot of enjoyment. I have anchored all the antennas, rudder compensation, pitot tube, venturi tube and the like with pins and holes. I built the double pitot tube myself from scratched parts and wire.
The Airspeed Horsa from Italeri is a model that demands commitment and attention, but can still cut a good figure. Thank you for your interest and your comments!
20. February, 20:47
Daniel Klink
Amazing Duo Roland👍 As earlier said really like your style and way of building 👍
20. February, 20:48
Łukasz Gliński
Beautiful finish Roland 👍
20. February, 21:17
Juergen Klinglhuber
Toll geworden ! congrats, as expected again a great build !
20. February, 21:18
David Taylor
Never mind the Horsa get the Stirling in view.Both look fantastic.If anyone brought out a 48 Stirling I'd be first in the que
20. February, 22:42
Neuling
Meisterklasse. Great modelling.
21. February, 11:02
Roland Sachsenhofer
Thank you very much for this positive and motivating feedback! I will stay on topic - and look forward to ICM's new Go 242 🙂
21. February, 13:31
David Taylor
Have you thought about Italeri 321 or 323 Gigant.
21. February, 14:08
Roland Gunslinger
Very nice result 👍
21. February, 14:12
Roland Sachsenhofer
Thank you Davis and Roland!
Yes, I will stick with the assault glider theme over a few models. DFS 230, Waco "Hadrian", Go 242- and Me-321 are already fixed, a model kit of the "Gigant" is on the way 🙂
21. February, 14:56
gorby
Beautiful build Roland!
21. February, 15:48
Lode Schildermans
I saw one of the last gliders 2 years ago in Normandy. You did a tremendous nice replica. Congrats, mate
21. February, 21:19
Bart Goesaert
Splendid work, that tug really puts its size into perspective
22. February, 14:56
Roland Sachsenhofer
I really appreciate your comments, thanks for the encouragement!
22. February, 17:53
David Taylor
Makes the Stirling look small.
22. February, 19:26
Roland Sachsenhofer
Indeed! Thank you David for your remark
24. February, 08:49
Rui S
Beautiful pair 👍
26. February, 19:25
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