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Junkers D.I. 1/72 Roden

February 22, 2014 in Aviation

Inside cabin papered corrugated foil. Added handmade items. Such as appliances.
Corrected configuration wings. Markings painted using stencils.
Guns set “MiniWorld”.

Best regards, Vlad.

P.S. Sorry for the “my English”

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14 responses to Junkers D.I. 1/72 Roden

  1. Another stunner as usual Vlad.

  2. Interesting camo scheme. Very nice detail in this small scale.

  3. Thank you!
    Best regards, Vlad.

  4. Amazing build. The detail inside the cockpit and on the machine guns is fantastic. Really well done :)).

  5. Thank you! Спасибо! 🙂
    Best regards, Vlad.

  6. Vlad, that is incredible.
    Your skills are amazing, great finish and some great pics.
    A very well done Vlad.
    P.S. language is not a problem, pictures can say a thousand words.

  7. I would consider the Junkers D.I. to be made out of the metal off the roof of a barn and not the prettiest aircraft to see. But, Korolev your work is very eloquent,refined and very persuasive in making this kit into show stopper,
    The camouflage on the upper wings is impressive and the work around the landing gear and tires …the browns around the rims and the machine guns are frosting on the cake.

    Two thumbs up

  8. Thank you!

    > language is not a problem, pictures can say a thousand words.
    I absolutely agree, Simon.

    Best regards, Vlad.

  9. Vlad,
    Beautiful, gorgeous, stunning, on and on and on. Your work and artistry is absolutely amazing. From my perspective, this is kind of a funny looking airplane but you have “turned a sow’s ear into a fine silk purse”

  10. Thank you! Спасибо!

    Best regards, Vlad.

  11. Vlad, what an incredible bit of workmanship! That is a little beauty. The colors are fantastic. Thanks so much for showing.

  12. Thank you! Спасибо! 🙂

    Best regards, Vlad.

  13. Vlad, do you wear glasses? I couldn’t replicate your workmanship detail without having a powerful pair of glasses. Your work is in a catagory all by itself, excellent job!

  14. Mike, I do not wear glasses. But I think that will come soon. Sometimes I do not see what I’m doing.
    Thank you for your praise.

    Best regards, Vlad.

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