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Viking, Please sir the, devil made me do it.......

May 7 2012 at 4:10 PM
Jamie  (Login jamier753)
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Or it could have been the red wine....

Hi All,

I have been watching all the posts on here, loads of fantastic work happening, to many temptations, especially with ebay a click away.... I must not buy I must not buy!

Some more work on the Viking, I wasn't happy with the wing alignment, so I tried the hot water trick and left it in a little to long... long enough to bend it double! so after a few attempts of bending it back and some (more) wine I decided the easiest way to hide the damage was to cut the wings off!!
After several attempts to create the wing fold I am now here...

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I need to add more gubbins to the wing fold area, but I am happy that the wings fold in the right directions and don't look too warped any more, I think I have even managed to hide the drunken surgery!

Thanks for looking. I hope to keep the updates more regular.

Jamie

 
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