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This is my 1/32 Pfalz D.IIIa by Wingnut Wings with Aviattic lozenges and GasPatch turnbuckles.
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George Henderson said on August 19, 2017
Very, very nice. How do you like those turnbuckles? I’m thinking of getting some for my 1:48 Stearman
stephen leslie said on August 19, 2017
Don’t like ’em…Love ’em.
Craig Abrahamson said on August 19, 2017
Boy, those WNW kits sure build into beautiful models, don’t they (as you’ve clearly shown here). Modeling anything with two wings and rigging is way outta my ‘comfort zone’, though. Exemplary build, sir.
Phil Steele said on August 19, 2017
Looks great !!
David A. Thomas said on August 19, 2017
Man, that is an entirely different level of modeling. Just amazing.
Johannes Gerl said on August 19, 2017
Apart from everything else I’m blown away by the amazing sheen of this model.
Terry Schuler said on August 20, 2017
Stephen, This is really nice. I like it !!!!
Julian Shawyer said on August 20, 2017
What a beautiful model. Well done.
Carmelo Rodrigo said on August 20, 2017
Great job, painting assembly and the spectacular rigging.
Bill Koppos said on August 20, 2017
Beautiful. The black background works really well with the markings scheme.
Paolo Ruffato said on August 20, 2017
Great job, wonderful!!! I’m working on the same model. And this variant!!!!
Did you used decals for the marking of the star on the fuselage and the stripes? Now I’m working about the cockpit, next week I hope to close the fuselage and work about the wings.
Just an another thing, did you used photo etched for rigging?
Jeff Bailey said on August 21, 2017
Gorgeous! You and Carmel must have taken lessons from the same Modeling Master! This Pfalz is outstanding! What is the scale? 1/32nd?
It looks real. Bravo!
Greg Kittinger said on August 22, 2017
Excellent! Great scheme, and it is nicely finished.
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