You have to remember why I have been writing all this on My Forgotten Hobby III since October 31st.
It’s the only way I have found to restart building my collection of unbuilt model airplane kits. By writing about it here each passing day motivates me to make progress.
ICM He 111H-3 is quite challenging.
I will have to remember that calling it a day is sometimes the best way to avoid mistakes and to make notable progress.
As I was trying to add these parts yesterday morning I noticed I did not have to jam them through but just glue them gently.
I did one part at the time to let the glue set.
While at it I glued more bomb braces and managed to lose one on the floor.
I was then confronted with these parts. Even if I did not expect any trouble I opted to skip that step.
Then came the bomb bay doors and the fit was perfect.
Looking around for the next step I reached for the clear part sprue and located E24 but I decided to skip step 95.
The next steps seemed challenging enough to dry fit the parts first.
That’s where I saw problems aligning each part and gluing everything. After careful consideration I glued just one part making sure it was aligned perfectly to the front of the plane.
It was time to call it a day…