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Roberto Colaianni
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Fokker D.VII AOW, Karl Degelow. Eduard Profi Pack 1/48

April 26, 2016 · in Aviation · · 11 · 3K

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 of this build are:

  • Cockpit nternal frame scratch build in variuos materials.
  • Engine strut scratch build in evergreen.
  • Engine modified cross kitting and Vector parts, and valve spring in copper wire.
  • Propeller scratch build by 7 laier of differen wood bar, 0.4 mm thick, glued with Superglue and shaped by files and sand paper.
  • Lozenge 5 colors painted with montex mask and my own Tamiya mix.
  • Linen effect made with Microscale semi-transparent decals applied over a layer of fresh Future floor wax.
  • Jaguar Figure brushed-on with Vallejo.

Thanks for watching.

Reader reactions:
6  Awesome

32 additional images. Click to enlarge.

11 responses

  1. Roberto, please don't worry about your English, we're more than happy to have you onboard at iModeler :). Your work on this model is fabulous, and I remember it being a real eye-catcher in Moson. It's great to learn more the about the details of your workmanship. Thanks for sharing this

  2. Superb workmanship, sir...welcome to the site and we all look forward to more of your modeling talent(s).

  3. fantastic work

  4. Shot #29 almost looks real! Beautiful work. You're a braver man than I, painting the lozenge on.

  5. Just beautiful! Well done, and welcome to iModeler.

  6. Excellent job, engine detail is superb.

  7. Fantastic build and photographs, Roberto, and the background information is very interesting. Looking forward to seeing more of your work on iModeler. By the way, your English is perfectly understandable and that's all that matters!

  8. Lovely work Roberto! great to have you with us - great photos also

  9. Holy moly... THAT is some superb modeling. Fabric texture, fabric on frame effects, painted lozenge pattern, great framework, and, oh, yeah, pretty nice engine detailing. Your model can stand up against 1/32 WNW models any day. FWIW I am truly impressed.

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