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Mike Keay  |  Jun 01, 2010  |  0 comments
Please note that this article was first published over two issues in 2006. The Basic 3D plan,laser/cnc kit parts and a wood completion packcan be purchased at www. myhobbystore. com Designed to satisfy the needs of the up-and-coming 3D flyer, the appearance and construction of this model are completely different to my previously published efforts, which in the main have been semi scale, open-cockpit, golden era type sports aircraft.
Chas Gardiner  |  May 19, 2010  |  0 comments
The 2Vix2 plan was published in RCM&E November 2006. The plan can be purchased at www. myhobbystore. com.
Peter Miller  |  May 10, 2010  |  0 comments
This plan was first published in RCM&E October 2006. The plan and moulding set can be purchased at www. myhobbystore. com Just as David Long might be said to have produced the Midget Mustang by scaling down the air racing success of the North American P-51, so I've scaled down his classic design to 1/5th size to produce a model that's easy to handle on the building board, but which has the potential for sparkling performance in the air, even when powered by a regular O.
Peter Miller  |  Apr 09, 2010  |  0 comments
RCM&E subscribers can read the Werewolf article in the Jan 2008 issue at the digital archive. The Werewolf plan, canopy, CNC pack and wood pack can bepurchased here. Werewolf came about after an email correspondent suggested I design a 1. 5 size version of Peter Russell’s 334G - a very nice little control line stunt model from the mid ‘50s, styled on the Focke Wulf 190.
Peter Miller  |  Mar 26, 2010  |  0 comments
This plan and accompanying articles were first published in Feb/Mar 2006. The plan, CNC parts and wood pack required to complete the model can bepurchasedhere. Unless you take an interest in either home-built aircraft or peanut-scale models, you could be forgiven for never having heard of William J Fike’s endearingly ugly aeroplane. The Model E, however, is the end product of around 40 years of the sort of garden shed aeronautics that have kept aviation’s pioneering spirit alive long after the early pioneers themselves had folded their wings.
Peter Miller  |  Mar 24, 2010  |  0 comments
The Wattsdog plan was published in RCM&E Dec 2006. The plan can be purchasedhere. There I was on eBay, watching the final minutes tick away in an auction for a complete Multiplex Pico radio set-up that was going for a song. Well, it seemed churlish not to put in a last-minute bid at a fraction over the odds, and blow me, when the hammer fell I'd won a Brick (Rx / servo combination), charger and battery, a motor, and speed controller, none of which I needed! Once I'd bought the gear, of course, I had to find some way to use it, so I decided to design a model around the radio kit, and then sell the whole lot on eBay again.
Tony Nijhuis  |  Jan 26, 2010  |  0 comments
This article was first published in the RCM&E 2008 Special Issue. It was also re-printed in the recent Tony Nijhuis Special Issueshould readers prefer a paper version with more photos etc. - Ed. So here we are, one year on from the last RCM&E Special and another warbird with which to whet your appetite.
Paul Strawson  |  Dec 04, 2009  |  0 comments
The Maricardo plan can be purchased atMyHobbyStore. com I first became interested in the Maricardo when I saw one being flown back in 1985. Harvey Murray, a friend of mine, was flying all types of aerobatic manoeuvres on the Kettle Field with his Maricardo in a very impressive manner. Harvey’s model was built to the original plan (Radio Modeller 1985) with an upright engine, the original amount of dihedral and banded-on wings.
Tony Nijhuis  |  Nov 11, 2009  |  0 comments
The Hawk plan was originally published in 2004 and, along with the canopy and intakes, can be purchased atMyHobbyStore. com Now here’s something a little unexpected. . .
Peter Miller  |  Nov 10, 2009  |  0 comments
The Bootlace plan can be purchased at MyHobbyStore. com I’ve always had an interest in American racing aircraft, and though I’ve built a few over the years, I’d never tried my hand at a Shoestring. Ironically, given that this classic ‘40s racer was popular with full-size home-builders for its simplicity, there are a number of problems in translating the aircraft’s design into a satisfactory scale model. Eventually, however, I was able to distil the shapes or styling of the original into this sports aerobatic model, the Bootlace.
Ray Wood  |  Aug 12, 2009  |  0 comments
The Euro Twin plan can be purchased here. What motivated me to design ‘Euro Twin’? Actually, it stems from my fear of the unthinkable occurring! Imagine the Grey Polystyrene mine, located somewhere in Germany, running dry. ARGH! Perish the thought! Aeromodellers the world over would have to start building again! My current electric flying (pun intended) includes one hour a week plus at the local sports field, where summer evenings become most enjoyable once the wind has dropped to a mere zephyr, and dog walkers have gone home. Having the ability to fly silently just 200 yards from my front door has enabled a 200% increase over my old weekly air time; local children show some amazing interest, which reminds me of those days I spent back in the sixties watching single channel fliers on Dartford Heath, and the ensuing searches in gorse and bracken to locate stray models.
David Ashby  |  Jul 23, 2009  |  0 comments
The Pioneer plan can be purchased atwww. myhobbystore. com One of the unsung heroes of British military aviation the Pioneer first flew in 1947. It was designed for RAF support of troops in forward areas.
Chris Reid  |  Jul 20, 2009  |  0 comments
The Funterceptor plan can be purchased at MyHobbyStore. com It's funny how ideas for new designs come about. Whilst using a can of Humbrol spray enamel I noticed that the cap was just the right shape to make a cowl for a small-ish FW-190, although closer investigation revealed that for true scale the model would actually be tiny, at only 15" long. .
Tony Nijhuis  |  Jul 15, 2009  |  0 comments
The DH Vampire plan and canopy can be purchased at www. myhobbystore. com Some of you may be thinking, "I'm sure I've seen this model before somewhere". .
Nigel Hawes  |  Jul 13, 2009  |  0 comments
The Eze-Fan plan can be purchased at MyHobbyStore. com along with the canopy moulding. Back issues (July 2007) containing the plan and this build article are also still available. Click here for extra build pics.


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