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Arado Ar 196A-3 WIP with extra's


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Hi everyone,

 

ok, here's my first build report on LSM. ;)

 

After some Britisch stuff i decided to go to the other side and build a German plane (ok seaplane)  :) and after i heard some very nice comments about the Revell Arado Ar 196 i decided to tackle this one.

 

For reference i have the Arado Ar 196 book from Hans-Peter Dabrowski and Volker Koos. I still waiting for a book i ordered from Hannants, and hope to received this week.

 

The aftermarket i use is the Big Ed set and the Master barrels set for the machineguns.

 

Like most airplane builds, whe start from the cockpit, so let's take a look tot the instrumentpanel. Inbox detail is very good, offcourse, it can be better, so i used the colored PE set from Eduard to give some extra detail to the cockpit.

 

Instrument panel before surgery

 

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And after some cutting and sanding

 

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Controle columm, also here some extra detail is welcome.

 

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Some Eduard PE stuff and some copper wiring give's a much better result.

 

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Hope you guy's like this.

 

Greetz

 

Danny

 

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Great start Danny!!

Will you be using the HPH resin replacement canopy?

AND I can really recommend the HGW seatbelts. They come with resin seats too.

 

Following this one buddy.

 

Cheers,

Jeroen

Alley Cat do a resin canopy and masks for this. Soon to be reviewed here.

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To all of you guy's thank's for the nice comment's.

 

 

What scheme are you planning?

 

I'm still have no idea, I have to seriously think about this. ;)

 

Will you be using the HPH resin replacement canopy?

AND I can really recommend the HGW seatbelts. They come with resin seats too.

 

I will try first the kit's canopy, iff this work's out fine, i stick to it.

Yes the HGW seatbelts are indeed great to see, but i haven't tryed them yet, maybe for my next project.

 

Greetz

 

Danny

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Hi Guy's,

 

i'm back with some more progress.

 

I started this build a couple of weeks ago, so the progress i shown here is from two weeks ago. ;)

 

Ok, time to put some effort in the two fuselage half's. To begin with some Eduard sidewall plate's.

 

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And some extra detailing, to begin with some wiring. I started to use lead wire, 

This is the result

 

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:wallbash:  Didn't like the result, so retry, this time with copper wire.

 

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:D Much better don't you think guy's.......

 

The amunition spill box, also PE, time to take my soldering iron and have fun with it.

 

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Also did the two ammunition hold's, but oohhh boy, there very tiny. :blink:

 

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Together with some other PE stuff, thing's changed and the cockpit takes shape.

 

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Next time i will put some paint to the whole cocpkit aerea.

 

Greetz

 

Danny

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Hi DoogsATX,

 

i ordered the book but still waiting for it, i wrote to Hannants, so at the moment.....waiting waiting waiting........ :D

 

Thank's for the side wiews scheme's, very nice looking scheme's, thank's.

 

Greetz

 

Danny

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