Kwik-Fli, Slow Build: 23 November 2011

Kwik-Fli, Slow Build Blog Series header graphic. With a close-up of the model's engine at center, the graphic is done in orange and blue.

23 November 2011. Today Tail Feathers (but I’ve been told is an obsolete expression…). Well, obsolete or not, today I covered in White Modelspan of the stabilizer and Elevator, Fin and Rudder of both the Mk. III and the Mk. II. They were 8 different pieces, to be covered both sides.

Scan of black, printed text on a white page. Scan shows the first 2 lines of Beppe's 11/23/2011 entry, reading, "Today, tail feathers..."
Scan of the first 2 lines of Beppe’s November 23, 2011 entry.

Once again, real attention had to be paid in order not to impregnate with water the 1/16th covering of the stabilizer. I didn’t prepare the wood; I sprayed water very sparingly and then applied the glue mostly on the borders. I’m quite pleased with the result. By the way, the Stik stabilizer looks fine, once completely dry!

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