Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Horten Ho II 978 (flying wing concept) 1:100

it's been almost nine month since my last update, well 2013 wasn't my year for papercraft beside I've just lost all my data on my pocket drive, which include all of my papercraft model... f**k yeah.Since that, day by day it's very hard for me to maintain the mood for designing papermodel.But just before the new year,  suddenly no idea what kind of devil cross on me, sat on my laptop and making some interesting aircraft, and again (hope you all not bored) came to be a nazi scifi concept.A long range bomber with jet and radio guide bomb.Ok here we go...there's a first time for everything
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testbuild time :p
canopy assembly

canopy assembly


wheel assembly
main body assembly
henschel Hs 293 and engine assembly


fit out























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13 comments:

  1. Great to see you designing again but that sux big time about losing all your data...thanks for this interesting design...

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  2. Cheers mate, glad to have you back! Sorry about the data loss...
    Also, more historical designs:D

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  3. Sorry to hear about your data loss. I still have some of your earlier designs. If you want, I can pass them back to you. BTW; that new aero-design looks great. I especially like the dorsal V-1 concept.

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  4. @sjponeill, ktistai, tony
    thanks for your concern my friend

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  5. Great design !!! Interesting item. As always this one could mix up with BANDAI Master Grade in the same scale 1:100. Sieg Zeon !!

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  6. Great design,as always !!! Maybe could mix it up an make diorama along side Gundam 1:100 Master Grade.

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  7. Very nice concept, but I realize, that if you start inner pair of engines, you will blow up horizontal tail wings, maybe you should use Me 609 type...

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  8. Another excellent model, thank you!

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  9. Sorry for your troubles with a loss of all your data. ( And thanks for finding your muse again and for sharing of this nice model with us!

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  10. Thanks for such a neat model --- it will take me quite a long time to do, as I have requests to paint many war-games metal miniatures --- but the time will not be "work". Could you recover some of your material from people who have already downloaded the models?

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  11. Great work --- looking forward to building this. Will probably modify just a little by putting the horizontal stabilizer atop the fins to avoid the heat of those paper engines (as per M.Goga's comment.

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  12. thanks for the comments guys,
    karl and goga
    sorry friend I miss that one, you can modified when you built it..have fun

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  13. Very Impressive. I am new to this, looking at marketing for my book, and really blown away by your talent. Kudos!

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