UMX Micro Ripslinger

by MIDNCOCO | September 5, 2013 | (8) Posted in Projects

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tophe75 on September 12, 2013
That is excellent work.
Can't wait for flight video.
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Exhodus on September 12, 2013
Nice work! Looks sweet :)
Can you please post the decals?
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BackyardRC on September 12, 2013
Great work MIDNCOCO!

Just out of curiosity what do you use for fuller on the foam?

Thanks and keep up the good work!
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MIDNCOCO on September 12, 2013
I use light weight spackel. If I want more strength I mix is with powdered plumbers putty equal parts with water. Extremely strong and light weight. For this application light weight spackel works perfect.
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efbe on September 12, 2013
Wow...
Nice work.
I am also desperately looking for the details, like the flames, and the 13. But like You said , You only find like 3/4 shots on the net.
I am also interested in a copy of the @decals@ or maybe a hires side view ?
(I making a non-flying model for my grandson)


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MIDNCOCO on September 12, 2013
I will post it up soon
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MIDNCOCO on September 13, 2013
I have been asked to post the decal well here they are. I printed on white decal paper cut them out and painted them to blend. I placed it in a JPEG format, but you can crop and manipulate the size for your model and keep the resolution, I would recommend on Power Point. The flames were from three different pics, but you can apply a little paint to make them pop. Testors acrylic works best. Good Luck
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efbe on September 13, 2013
Thanks.
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Microairman1 on September 13, 2013
thats really cool,good job! i might look at making one of these but my free hand paint isnt very good. so it definatlly not look as good as yours.
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h1975 on April 27, 2014
Good job!
Here is my own effort:
http://youtu.be/by5UyCFmn7Y

I used the HK Edge 540 800mm PNF. Already has a nice resemblance to Ripslinger I think. Mostly painting and decailing. Happy with the result :)


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