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My next Sopwich in unusual camouflage.
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Terry Schuler said on August 6, 2017
Korolev, Well done, on what has to be one of the most "what were they thinking" schemes ever seen.
kloster zero said on August 6, 2017
Congratulations on your choice this is a rare subject
Korolev Vlad said on August 6, 2017
David Mills said on August 6, 2017
Well done for tackling such an unusual scheme Vlad!
Anthony Conway said on August 6, 2017
Nice work on that.
Thank you so much!
Jeff Bailey said on August 6, 2017
What an interesting and beautiful paint job you've done, Vlad! I've never seen that type before - and on an interesting aircraft as well!
Thanks for sharing!
Jeff, thank you!
Craig Abrahamson said on August 6, 2017
Is that a "what-if" or did you have reference photo for that unusual paint scheme?
Perhaps not entirely accurate with the shades of colors, but the general scheme is there.
Greg Kittinger said on August 6, 2017
Very nice! The wood spars and rigging look great for the scale. I like it. And as others have said, a very unusual scheme, which is always a delight.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on August 6, 2017
Vlad, what a colorful WW I fighter! Almost anticamouflage! Shame there isn't one of these in 48th, I'm spoiled, and the old eyes aren't what they used to be. I'll bet this sticks out in the usual WW II collection! Egad!
Thanks fr the references, also.
Robert Royes said on August 6, 2017
Great job! interesting scheme.
Robert, thank you!
George Williams said on August 7, 2017
Fantastic work, Vlad, it looks a bit like the colour blindness tests that I always fail!
Paulo Castro said on August 8, 2017
Good job, very interesting and unusual came.
Allan J Withers said on August 10, 2017
Crazy scheme ! Vlad, looks good.
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