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David G LANE
Special Hobby 1:32
Awful kit. Many problems with poor mouldings, plastic like cheese and no locating holes !
Relieved to finish it!
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Spiros Pendedekas said on July 13, 2020
Wonderful job, as always, David!
David G LANE said on July 13, 2020
Jeff Bailey said on July 13, 2020
Beautifully built and finished, David!
Walt B said on July 13, 2020
Well you certainly proved that you actually can make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear!!! Beautiful job and exceptional finish. Just imagine now what you could do to a WNW model, now that you have honed your skills to such a razor sharp edge on this.
Andrew Alexander said on July 13, 2020
I’m glad you persevered, great looking fabric effect. Is that EZ Line rigging?
Tom Cleaver said on July 13, 2020
It is indeed a terrible kit, but the result – as you demonstrate – is worth the effort.
I think I found all the same problems on mine.
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John vd Biggelaar said on July 13, 2020
Another beautiful bi-plane, David.
Again a lot of compliments for what you have achieved.
Roberto Lúcio - Boblucio said on July 14, 2020
Beautiful plane, David. Great job.
I am very discouraged to do rigging, even in big scale.
David G LANE said on July 14, 2020
Practice, practice, practice.
Plenty of tutorials on the web….ww1aircraftodels.com
Robert Royes said on July 14, 2020
A lovely build!
Louis Gardner said on July 14, 2020
This is yet another Nieuport masterpiece !!! I know you mentioned how horrible the kit was……….. but you can’t tell it by looking at the pictures. You kept on working when others most likely would have stopped.
I’m glad that you did continue on…………… It looks wonderful, and I’ll bet it has some great company with your Nungesser and Rene Dorme builds.
Well done my friend, and I pressed the “liked” button with this build too.
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