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My new job in the style of Egg-Plane.
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Matija Skobe said on April 21, 2014
hihihihih, makes me giggle, great job
Bryan W. Bernart said on April 21, 2014
AL HOFFMAN said on April 21, 2014
Just can’t get away from these I-16’s can you.
Looks great & brightens up a Monday morning.
Craig Abrahamson said on April 21, 2014
You took an easy build and made real work out of it, didn’t ya. Now that’s modeling! Nice job – (what WAS that you started with?)
Mike Maynard said on April 21, 2014
Outstanding use of re-cycled food stuffs. The “green award” of the year!
Alan Rush said on April 21, 2014
That’s great! The real plane is so short and stubby, it’s hard to tell the difference! Great imagination.
Korolev Vlad said on April 21, 2014
Thank you, friends!
Glad to cheer you up.
Best regards, Vlad.
Mark Housley said on April 21, 2014
Holy C**p you actually used an egg!!!! Fantastic build
George Williams said on April 22, 2014
Now that’s what I call an ‘organic, free-range’ egg!
Korolev Vlad said on April 22, 2014
Thank you, friends! 🙂
Frank Cronin said on April 23, 2014
Eggceptional. Beautifully done.
bob mack said on April 24, 2014
Korolev Vlad said on April 24, 2014
Thank you very much!
Robert Bausch said on April 24, 2014
Vlad, I thought that looked like an egg! Did you take the insides out, and if you did, did you have to strengthen the eggshell somehow? Amazing, and very creative. Well done, and thanks!
Robert, thank you!
I made a hole in the shell and poured the contents. After washed with water.
To strengthen shed its shell glue. superglue.
Then all filled with paper towels and glue.
Vlad, thanks for your reply. The Polikarpov I-16 is the perfect subject for this treatment!
Farouk Tan said on May 1, 2014
Vlad, BIG thanks for showing how it’s done the NATURAL way…. More power to your scratch-eggbuilding… Keep well
Korolev Vlad said on May 1, 2014
Farouk thank you!
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