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Posted by: MimmoC
« on: 18 October 2021, 10:23:15 »

Grazie ,troppo gentile.
Posted by: Green Leader
« on: 16 October 2021, 07:21:15 »

Vorrei ordinarlo te hai per caso un passo passo della costruzione?
Grazie
Hello,
yes, there is a building thread, but only in German. It is to be found here:
https://www.schiffsmodell.net/index.php?/forums/topic/18413-deans-marine-green-parrot-135/
By the way, the video link above is now working again.
Posted by: MimmoC
« on: 16 October 2021, 07:08:22 »

Vorrei ordinarlo te hai per caso un passo passo della costruzione?
Grazie
Posted by: Green Leader
« on: 07 September 2021, 17:51:01 »

as a late addition, here's a video of the Green Parrot:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PPRQm3lUio

 Right at the beginning you see the top speed she can go. Much too fast of course, scale-wise.
Posted by: Pegasus
« on: 08 March 2021, 20:02:12 »

Nicely made has sort of old world charm, well done
Posted by: rondean
« on: 08 March 2021, 16:56:45 »

Hi Ingo
 excellent work very neat and smart i like the cover on the fwd gun nice touch
congratulations a very nice model
 Ron
Posted by: Green Leader
« on: 08 March 2021, 16:13:48 »

Hi all,
here are a few pictures of my recently finished Dean's Marine GREEN PARROT. I decided to give her a quite heavy weathering, above all rust which I accomplished mainly by using 'Instant Rust'. This set contains two components - a dark grey paint containing a lot of iron and an oxidizing agent to be brushed onto the paint. You can almost wait until the first rust appears. For the color scheme I used Vallejo Model Air paints and various weathering products for the waterline, etc.
A Kyte motor provides propulsion. Because it is my first R/C model, I confined the functions to basic movements, so no turning guns or working position lights, etc.
A few days ago she had her successful maiden voyage.
Here's the photos:
Ingo
Bremen, Germany