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Junkers J.1 (Eduard 1/72)

March 11, 2017 in Aviation

Just finished 🙂
I am pleased with the final result. The model is fine for work, no major problems.
Painted with Tamiya and Humbrol paints.

Cheers mates,
Mladen.

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16 responses to Junkers J.1 (Eduard 1/72)

  1. Mladen, beautiful work on her. That is one strange looking airplane. Looks like something from the pterodactyl period, whatever that was. To us, WW I is that, I suppose. The more I look at it, the more I like it. It has a certain charm, once you get past the “What the h–l is that” reaction. Steampunk stuff.

  2. Yes nicely done Mladen, unusual.

  3. Great work. the base as well.

  4. Mladen, nice work on a very interesting airplane. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one of these. Like Bernard says, the more I look at it the more I like it.
    Well done !

  5. Great work, and very unusual bird!

  6. Outstanding! This is a very nice paint scheme & you did it very well. Great model of an interesting aircraft! Your miniature diorama base is very good as well!

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