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David G LANE
Mainly Bob’s buckles except Gaspatch on the snout!
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Spiros Pendedekas said on April 10, 2020
Excellent build, David.Cannot stop looking at the details!
All the best!
David G LANE said on April 11, 2020
Glad you like it!
Terry Schuler said on April 10, 2020
David, A lot of very nice work on this. The more I look, the more I like. Very Well done !
Came out quite well. Most part fit quite well. Decals were very thin!
Haslam Yeoman said on April 11, 2020
That fish scale finish is great.
Very thin decals!
Aldo Missio said on April 11, 2020
Is that real mud on the wheels? Wow.
Some of MIG’s product
Tom Bebout said on April 11, 2020
That a lot of nice detail on this one. Love the look of that prop, well done.
Erik Gjørup said on April 11, 2020
Well done Sir! I will have to find an excuse to build something with those GasPatch buckles – they look absolutely GR8
The resin ones have a smoother hole to pass the thread trough. They are delicate and can break if ping with clumsy fingers………..as I found out. I used them on most of the other WW1 builds on here.
James Pullen said on April 11, 2020
Very nice, the weathering on the tires, the rigging and the cool subject matter!
Philip A. Stelzer said on April 11, 2020
I thought it was 32nd scale! The germans sure had a knack for aerodynamic airframes.
Tom Cleaver said on April 11, 2020
I really like this a lot. Lots of really subtle work here. I particularly am impressed with that exhaust thingy – looks very real. Excellent work.
Exhaust had filled ends so I drilled them out. Used Vallejo acrylics for the rust and some printing ink to simulate metal
Robert Royes said on April 11, 2020
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