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Another great litle model from Eduard. My quarantine build.
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Pedro L. Rocha said on June 19, 2020
A tiny gem of a model. The fact you managed to get that small plane rigged is by itself a feat. Good work
Dan Lee said on June 20, 2020
One of the more obscure WW1 planes that should have been better known. I have this kit and one day I hope to build it as well as yours.
Spiros Pendedekas said on June 20, 2020
This is an excellent job of a rarely seen plane, Predrag.
Congratulations on your masterpiece!
John vd Biggelaar said on June 20, 2020
Fantastic build of this tiny bird Predrag.
Nice looking propellor also.
John Healy said on June 20, 2020
Nice work! What brand lozenge did you use on the wings?
Predrag Ivanovic said on June 20, 2020
Eduard’s, from a kit. This is second relase of a same kit No. 8256,and i’ ve got a new, improved decals for a lozenge, better than in the first relase, but still not exactly accurate.
Thanks. I have the first issue and purchased aviattic lozenge for mine.
As I heard “Aviatic” is far better than any Eduard lozenge.
Marvin Reyes said on June 20, 2020
Great job on the Siemens-Schukert. IIRC, this kit is one of Eduard’s first kits, and Eduard also re-released a revised version some time later, to meet demand. This kit is one of the first to come with significant photo-etch, with most of the interior being PE; back then PE was relatively new to us modelers…and who had a folding tool to make those tiny bends? You have done an excellent job getting this model built…Congratulations!
Thank you all for a kind words.
Yes, this is a great Eduard relase, and, like with other Eduard kits, need a lot of dry fit, expecially before putting together fuselage halves. One problem that Eduard did never solves to the end is lozenge color on decals.
Anyway, mostly thanks to Eduard I did started WW1 1:48 adventures and i am still in.
Rodney J. Williams said on June 20, 2020
I have to go along with Marvin Reyes as our time period for building models was in the 1980’s and 1990’s. If you wanted something for your model…you had to scratch-build it yourself. During the 2000’s decade, “P.E.” items came on the market along with cast-resin stuff.
I scratch build the cockpit and wheel wells for a 1/32 scale F6F-3/5 Hellcat, which was posted on “www.largescaleplanes.com,” about 20 years ago.
It was nice to work with the new “P.E.” parts, as it was a new learning experience.
Well, since i am 49… i know that time.. before PE and multimedia kit. Anyway, we are happy to live in “golden ages” of our hobby. Choices are endless.
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