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My new job. Soviet Fokker.
Best regards, Vlad.
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Simon Whitney said on October 24, 2014
New job, old job, the answer is still the same.
Excellent work Vlad.
Well done sir.
George Williams said on October 24, 2014
Like Simon said, excellent, Vlad!
Morne Meyer said on October 24, 2014
Very good Vlad!!!
Craig Abrahamson said on October 24, 2014
Always a treat to see your work/photos, sir….nicely done.
Alan Rush said on October 24, 2014
Another great job! I see rigging in the build photos, but does it just not show up in the final build pictures?
AL HOFFMAN said on October 24, 2014
I keep forgetting you work in 1/72nd. The detail on this would be impressive in 1/48th unbelievable in 1/72nd.
Where do you find these old photos, especially in this good of condition?
California Steve said on October 24, 2014
Great modeling Vlad, Your detail work in this scale is fantastic.
Korolev Vlad said on October 25, 2014
Friends, thank you very much!
Best regards, Vlad.
Alan, this cable to the aileron. Fokker was not on the rigging between the wings.
Al, I am surprised how many there are good photographs of the time.
Friends modelers from our site sсalemodels.ru always help in finding photos.
Bernd Müller said on October 25, 2014
Again a perfect example of your work Vlad, its perfect ! I tried the 1/48 Fokker from Roden and found out, that it was VERY fiddly, but in 1/72, oh well.
How long did the red army used the DVII ?
Bernd, thank you!
Yes, the model of Rodеn is not the most comfortable in the building.
Fokkers flew flight school until about 1927. Gradually replaced by more modern Soviet aircraft.
Your modelling is unbelievable Vlad ! It is interesting how long the DVII was used after WWI .
Thanks for posting the original pictures, nice squadron emblem on the rudder.
Gregor d said on October 25, 2014
Its always a pleasure to see your models Vlad.Excellent! Fokker DVII is my favourite WW1 aircraft.
Gregor, thank you! 🙂
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on October 25, 2014
I always look forward to your submissions, both for their quality and for the accompanying historical photos and the information you provide.
If I didn’t know it was 1/72, I’d believe it was 1/48th The detail!
Me, I’m selling my stuff and taking up Hello Kitty, or something.
🙂 Bernard, thank you!
Hello Kitty is Cool!
Rob Pollock said on October 26, 2014
Another striking aircraft in this scale, and with unusual markings too.
Korolev Vlad said on October 26, 2014
Rob, thank you!
Paul Mahoney said on October 26, 2014
what a cool scheme! And another SUPERB build from you – I am so amazed by your talent in 1/72nd – really enjoy seeing your builds. Always look forward to more!
Paul, thank you!
I will try!
Frank Cronin said on February 27, 2015
Korolev Vlad said on February 28, 2015
Frank, thank you!
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