Biplane

I started this biplane March of last year after I made a biplane for my daughter and liked it so much I wanted an unpainted one for myself. I just barely finished it.

It is made from maple (fuselage and wheels) , oak (wings and landing gear), cherry (dowels), teak (propeller), and mahogany (propeller pin).


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Published in: on 25 November, 2009 at 8:03 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. This is awesome. I love the wood types, mostly because it takes me back to the days when I used to play Rogue and Angband, finding wands and staves of exotic woods. “Teak wand” or “mahogany staff” always sounded so cool, and it’s even cooler to see them used in real life.


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