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David G LANE
EZ line with Gaspatch 1:32 trunbuckles
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Pedro L. Rocha said on June 8, 2020
Wow, you got really fine detail painting in that beautiful Rumpler. I especially like the propeller. Oils or masking?
David G LANE said on June 8, 2020
Oils over brushed acrylic
Anthony Conway said on June 8, 2020
John vd Biggelaar said on June 8, 2020
Incredible, so much detail.
This makes me jealous David.
The pistol, the wiring, the propeller, all looks perfect.
A piece of soft tin strip is all that was needed for the pistol holder. It took longer to find decent reference photos of these!
Glad you like it….a few cockups occurred but, all minor.
Robert Royes said on June 8, 2020
I second the wow! Beautiful.
Walt B said on June 8, 2020
Stunning!!! Beautiful build, exquisite paint work and seeing detail like that, is just incredible. Not only incredible detail, but your ability to paint it all and bring it to life is wonderful. That really is one of the most impressive builds I have seen in a long long time. To quote someone infamous, “Impressive, Most Impressive!”
I appreciate your comments. It is by far the most amount of hours spent on a project, slightly more hours than the Salmson A2 also on here.😉👨🏼🎨
Bill Koppos said on June 8, 2020
Where did you get the Full size Rumpler to shrink down?
A masterwork, the hours show.
Alex said on June 8, 2020
Marvelous build and full of tiny details… I looooove it 🙂
Tom Cleaver said on June 8, 2020
Superb work. Every detail is perfect and the result is fantastic. This is definitely one of the best WW1 models I have seen. Ever.
Terry Schuler said on June 8, 2020
David, Absolutely beautiful, Well done !
Spiros Pendedekas said on June 9, 2020
This is a fantastic build, David. Everything is said above and I totally agree.
Congratulations, Sir, this is a work of art!
David G LANE said on June 9, 2020
Gentlemen your very kind. I took the advice of my peers and built each section as if it were a model in its own right…………it works!!
Tom Bebout said on June 9, 2020
Wow, excellent work David.
Christian WERY said on June 9, 2020
Superb. I really love it. Thank you for sharing David.
Paul Higgins said on June 10, 2020
HI, David… this is a lovely model. You’ve done really well in bringing it to life. I have this kit still to build, so looking forward to it now that I’ve seen your handiwork. I appreciate better the elegance of the aircraft when viewing your kit, especially in profile. Great paint work and rigging, too.
Very well done… ;-).
David G LANE said on June 10, 2020
I’ve done this one and the WNW Salmson. I think the two seaters WNW have created are just amazing kits…especially the German collection. I’ve the late version of this to do without the nose cone [ it’s presence made the aeroplane slower!!] and a couple of DFW’s . Lucky me😀
Paul Higgins said on June 11, 2020
Hi, David… yes, the two-seaters are a great range of kits. I have the LVG C.VI, the Rumpler and a Hannover CL.III, plus Fokker D.VII all from WnW, and a Fokker D.II, D.VI and Dr.I in the same scale from other manufacturers. I hope someday to get a WnW Albatros B.II, although I may have to remortgage the house in the process!
I look forward to seeing more of your models here when they’re complete… :-).
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