Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 4 (1/48 and 1/32 aircraft, contd.)
This article is part of a series:
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 1 (1/48 and 1/32 aircraft)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 2 (1/48 and 1/32 aircraft, contd.)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 3 (1/48 and 1/32 aircraft, contd.)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 4 (1/48 and 1/32 aircraft, contd.)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 5 (automotive)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 6 (aircraft 1/72 and smaller)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 7 (aircraft 1/72 and smaller, contd.)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 8 (armor & diorama)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 9 (armor & diorama, contd.)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 10 (armor & diorama, contd.)
- Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 11 (armor & diorama, contd.)
Concluding the review of 1/48 and 1/32 aviation modeling at the 2017 Moson Model Show, here's a smaller gallery of biplanes. In the next part, we'll be moving on to other model categories.
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Thanks for posting Martin, some very skilled modelers there.
A nice range of more obscure planes shown.
Agree, this is NOT the familiar field for me. The "Marineapparat" was scratchbuilt and IIRC won the gold medal in its category.
Just a beautiful piece of work throughout, that one! Breathtaking! Must have taken the modeler a long time.
Very intricate detail work involved in these...great show!
These WWI (& earlier) aircraft look soooo real. VERY interesting! The folks who build this well are artists!
Personally I'm really glad for all the revival of WW1 modeling, especially the biplane model in large scales that tend too look very "arty".
Some really specialist modelling. Very nice.
Martin you've done it again with some superb photography. Did you use your cell phone again? The models are as good as the photographs.
Hi Stephen, no this time I used my usual method - a compact camera on a monopod. The latter gives just the right amount of steadiness for the indoors lightning conditions, and more importantly, saves your back 🙂 during the hours of work required. But having said that, the iPhone is a great modeling photo tool, and on shows can be used for close-ups in a way that no traditional camera can. I have been experimenting with iPhone in the ship category, we'll see if the results of it look nice enough - forthcoming.
I secured a nice iPhone bracket for my tripod, to use when I shoot video. You can do the same on the monopod I'm sure!
Nice - but - no 1/72 aircraft? Surely there's more to come...!?