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Eduard 1/48 Fokker E.III Ernst Udet

May 17, 2013 · in Aviation · · 13 · 5.7K

Hello, everybody! Present my fresh model, made is literally for 2 weeks.
Some of the details in the model may not correspond to the photos Fokker Udet. Just at the time of construction I did not have all the necessary information. Well, next time to build more accurate)).

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  1. Another model done to the Maxim-um!

  2. What a beauty!...excellent job as usual, full of nice details, perfect paint and weathering work. Maxim been able to see your models is a pleasure, so thank you for sharing. Can you tell a bit about any aftermarket used in this build?

    cheers mate

    • From the aftermarket, I had the engine from Vector, etching of Edward and Spandau machine guns from the Master. Guns are not useful then, and I used a set of etching

  3. Nice job! Did you do anything special to prevent the wings from drooping?

  4. Super nice. Great work on the rigging.

  5. Thanks to all colleagues, very good to hear!
    I'm sorry, just do not give a reference for building the model -

  6. Fabulous work. I am especially impressed with the rigging and machine gun work. When a model can take close-up pics like that you know it's a good one.Paint job ain't too bad either. 🙂

  7. The weathering is fantastic as well, may I ask what you used to create the dusty stains along the lower fuselage? Excellent Eindekker!

  8. Bill Koppos - thanks))
    Erik Wade Whipple - Dust and dirt at the bottom of the fuselage I puffed a liquid mixture of sand, brown and black. Tried to put more vertical stripes alkyd enamel, is also a liquid mixture. I had little time, and so I still would fiddled with the model.

  9. I'll agree with the others - the finish and overall sense of detail are spectacular. It is hard to imagine that a model of this quality has been created in only in two weeks.

  10. Here in Russia in May, the big holidays - from 1 to 12 May))

  11. you never cease to amaze

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