This is my first article on Imodeler, I would like to thanks the editor for giving me the possibility of display my model, apologize for my “Maccaroni” English! This model participated at the Moson 2016 Model Contest. The main feature […]
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In the fall of 1916, in answer to air raids conducted over the Flanders front by the Royal Naval Air Service, the German Navy combined two Kampfeinsizter Kommandos into Marine-Flieger Abteilung II, based at Neumuenster. The unit was renamed the […]
There is nothing known about the pilot. This airplane, which is only known through two photos (fortunately of the two sides, since they are different). This airplane is guessed to be an OAW-built D.VII “The Seven Swabians” is an old […]
Both done about 7-8 years ago when the kits first came out. The Eduard kit is an OAW-built D.VII in the famous markings of an otherwise-unknown airplane, with the markings of The Seven Swabians, an ancient German folk tale about […]
Choosing a prototype for modeling and stopped at one of the best fighters of the First World-Fokker D.VII. With the choice of the pilot did not doubt for a long time, it is Ernst Udet, and of all his sevens […]
Three Eduard 1/48 kits, done pretty close to ‘out of the box’, fussy but excellent kits. One note, the Triplane is greener than the photos, some error by me in lighting or camera setting,the streaking was done with oil paints […]
Here are three pictures of my recently-completed WNW 1/32 Fokker D.VII (Fokker-built) in Willi Gabriel’s markings. There will be a full review over at Modeling Madness on Wednesday. Kit. Of. The. Year.
This one has Copper State Models Spandaus and Aeromaster lozenge decals. The black and white striping was painted first, then the decals trimmed to fit. Tail chevron from Superscale white decal stock. A fairly straightforward build, but the lower wings […]
Built out of box, using kit photo etched parts. Humbrol and Model Master paints were used. Eagle Strike decals were used for the markings of the “Seven Swabians” as well as the upper and lower lozenge. Stainless steel wire was […]