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Images created during 2018 Moson Model Show at the iModeler booth.
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Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on April 23, 2018
Copper State or Wingnuts? Beautifully done!
Grega X said on April 23, 2018
Thanks, Grega! First one I’ve seen, and a beaut! My compliments to Mr.Knitter!
Craig Abrahamson said on April 23, 2018
Impressive first post – and equally impressive photography I might add. That new photo booth being used this year certainly is showcasing some fine work in both aspects.
Tom Cleaver said on April 23, 2018
This is definitely “inspirational”! Got a Blue Max, Copper State and WNW to do.
Rob Pollock said on April 23, 2018
Yes v nice. I still have query re laminated props on British planes – pretty sure they were single piece of mahogany, but still a lovely build.
Sebastijan Videc said on April 23, 2018
We call Igor Mr. Knitter due to his passion for WW1 subjects 😉 Welcome to iModeler!
david leigh-smith said on April 23, 2018
Oh, THAT is nice. The rigging is exquisite, and I cannot remember the last time I used that word. Just bloody marvellous.
Igor Prosen said on April 24, 2018
Thank you all for your comments. I’m glad, you like it.
Maxim Bylkin said on April 24, 2018
Copper State and you made an excellent model))
Jeff Bailey said on April 30, 2018
Absolutely beautiful, Igor! Welcome to iModeler!
I have no criticism of your work – it is exquisite; just a suggestion for you when displaying: when flying, if the pilot moves the stick to make the ailerons the way you set them (R-up, L-down) – that makes the right wing go down. Now the rudder should be in a right turn position, not to the left (as the pilot sees it.) Of course, the plane is on the GROUND, not flying, so the controls can be wherever you want them. That’s a VERY minor point, so please forgive my comments which are NOT critical of your excellent work. As I said, the model is gorgeous and I have nothing but GREAT respect for your skills !!!
Igor Prosen said on April 30, 2018
Thanks for that info Jeff. For Dolphin is to late now, but I´ll keep that in my mind for the next one (SE.5a).
david leigh-smith said on April 30, 2018
Great build with some of the best rigging I’ve seen. The whole aircraft is so clean – as near to perfect as possible, I’d think.
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