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Rubber Band Flight

Rubber Band Flight

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Project Blog by spea6712 Cult of Games Member

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About the Project

After a charity shop visit with my daughter she chose to get a rubber band plane which we made together and took up the field and spent a hour picking it up from the floor with 2 good flights. We decided that there must be better planes out there....

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A new plane and spares to fix the spitfire

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Little one chose the tiger moth for next go.Little one chose the tiger moth for next go.

Flights and a few brakes

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Some fixing to do.Some fixing to do.

First flight with engine sounds in the kitchen. One very happy girl.

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Painted and ready for flight.

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Painted and ready for flight.

Starting the paint job

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Starting the paint job

Coming together and varnishing

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Tissue Paper skin (11-10-2020)

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Tissue Paper skin (11-10-2020)
Misting with water to shrink the tissue paperMisting with water to shrink the tissue paper
Nice and tightNice and tight
Sealing and painting under carriage bits and gluing covers for the engine.Sealing and painting under carriage bits and gluing covers for the engine.

Pins and cork arrived (10-10-2020)

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Gluing of wings Gluing of wings
Using my greenstuff rollers for the first time. Using my greenstuff rollers for the first time.
Pins and cork arrived (10-10-2020)
Dry fit with wheelsDry fit with wheels

Making a start and needing more stuff.

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Ordered some pins and a cork board to help with construction 16/09/2020Ordered some pins and a cork board to help with construction 16/09/2020

Not really wargaming but still a Model (03/09/2020)

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So the made model cost a whole £1.25 and took about 25 minutes to put together and one in the box is about 30 times more expensive  and A touch more complicated me thinks.

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