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My first plane in 1/144 scale from the Great War
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Greg Kittinger said on May 25, 2018
Where’s the rigging!! Only kidding – still impressive at that scale! The lozenge camo with blue fuselage stands out really well.
Stellan Schroeder Englund said on May 26, 2018
Actually, I can spot the only rigging there was at the D.VII so he has done a great job in such a small scale. Look again, Greg!
David A. Thomas said on May 25, 2018
Well…I see a couple of blades of grass out of place…yeah, that one right there–no, to the right. Yep. Better luck next time. Good effort for a beginner, though.
This thing is amazing. I’d be busting proud of that in 1:72 scale. Fantastic work!
Robert Royes said on May 25, 2018
Eye sight madness! Great job !!
david leigh-smith said on May 25, 2018
Incredible. I really have no idea how you managed to get that camouflage done so well in such a small scale. Fabulous skill, Artur.
Jeff Bailey said on May 25, 2018
Outstanding, Artur! It looks more like a larger scale, say 1/72nd.
Craig Abrahamson said on May 25, 2018
Amazing workmanship – especially in THAT scale!
Allan J Withers said on May 25, 2018
Looks good Artur, where do you find a space for it ? !!!
Tom Bebout said on May 26, 2018
Great work Artur, my eye sight couldn’t do something that small. I like it.
paul teixeira said on May 26, 2018
wow, so cool. SO small yet perfect job, good detail, great finish!
Tom Cleaver said on May 27, 2018
Great work but no one is ever going to convince me this scale works for other than multi-engine big airplanes. I have seen numerous really nice models made from 1/144 kits, and the scale is such that they make my “serious modeler” skin crawl for their lack.
Paul Mahoney said on May 27, 2018
WW1 stuff looks small in 1/48 scale (compared to the WW2 things I have next to them), but in this scale that is TINY!! excellent work! I could never attempt that. Really looks great!
Artur Domanski said on May 28, 2018
Thank you for the kind words
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