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saabfan

FS200 Skybird/Seabird

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A while ago I created a small minifigure scale plane inspired by the classic Cessna 172. I built an ordinary version as well as a seaplane.
You can check out a 3D-view on Mecabricks and I also created custom instructions which you can find on Rebrickable.

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Some of the techniques in this are unexpectedly interesting. Not that I would expect a boring design from @saabfan but these models, in particular, look very simple at first, but there is nothing basic on them when you look closer :) The instructions are nicely crafted too!

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Very nice planes! The building techniques look very interesting.

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4 hours ago, JintaiZ said:

Very nice planes! The building techniques look very interesting.

Thank you very much! :)

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Looks incredible, very detailed and extremely effective techniques, such as the upward tilted wings and the landing gear, especially on teh seaplane.

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A lot more going on here than it appears at first glance!  So many offsets, elegant SNOT work, and the details you've been able to incorporate throughout are wonderful.  Great build!  :classic:

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On 2/2/2021 at 1:55 PM, Kristof said:

...these models, in particular, look very simple at first, but there is nothing basic on them when you look closer...

 
I totally agree ...great building technique

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