Hello! I present the latest model of the assembly that I got a lot of fun – it’s Wingnuts))! I foresee a major question, but what is written on the board?))) Corresponding to – Our response to Pope of Rome! […]
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Couple of test shots, done with the phone camera. More to follow when I have time to get out the Canon, or better yet, get my mate – who knows how to use a camera – to take some for […]
Hello fellow modellers, this project is finished. I had immense fun building it and I can strongly reccomend this kit to anyoine that is not afraid of a bit more rigging than usually 🙂 I used Gaspatch guns and turnbucles, […]
I thought it might be worth posting a few pictures of older builds that were not seen much when they were built, these mostly just appeared in a few small pictures on Hyperscale so here is my Wingnuts Roland from […]
The Hannover CL.II (from a Bavarian squadron in 1918) is from Wingnut Wings in 1:32 scale. Paired with it is the German Ordnance Team from Copper State Models.
This was my first build of a Wing Nut Wings Kit and wont be the last. The prop is an actual laminate wood prop that was made for me from a company in England that I can’t remember the name […]
Here is my latest Wingnut Wings model. Not much needs to be said about these kist as they are literally the nicest kits you could ever imagine constructing. Additions: Gas Patch turnbuckles/brass tube ends. EZ Line rigging Masking tape to […]
Finished using Aviatic CDL decals and Tamiya paints. Rigged with monofilament in the central section and EZ Line for the rest of the airframe. Gaspatch terminals and Bobs Buckles completed the rigging process. Wooden areas were accomplished using Uschi Van […]
Here is my completed Wingnut Wings Sopwith Triplane. Painted with Custom mixes of Gunze and Tamiya acrylics. Rigged using Gas patch RAF turnbuckles combined with EZ line for the control wires plus Flat knitting in elastic for the structural rigging. […]
This is Wingnut Wings’ 1/32 Roland D.VIb. The machine modelled is based on 7504/18, which fell into American hands at Koblenz in November, 1918. A WIP thread is at http://imodeler.com/groups/work-in-progress-aircraft/forum/topic/wingnut-wings-roland-dvib/