This is a very well designed model. The building experience is much like Wingnut Wings models. The surface areas are crisp with good fabric rendition. Instructions are detailed, but not confusing. You may want to go back and forth through [...]
A scene for 1/32 the Nieuport XXIII I proposed earlier (december 2021).
Model and mechanic: Copper State Models.
First Copper State kit… fit / quality was high. Went with my own color choice instead of gray, I went with a “Flanker Blue” I look forward to making more of these WW1 related kits.
This aircraft was flown by Belgian pilot Kervyn de Lettenhove in 1916. He would have shot down 4 confirmed enemy planes and 9 "probable".
This the 32-004 Copper State Models kit.
Rigging: Modelkasten wire (0.13mm) / Gaspatch [...]
My last build for 2020:
Armored Austro-Hungarian Romfell car, 1915. Only a few prototypes were built because some generals and the emperor Franz Joseph I thought that thing would scare the horses during a war...
So better to push your [...]
Copper State Models of Latvia made their name producing fine quality World War One aeroplane kits in plastic and resin in 1:48 scale and aftermarket accessories in 1:72, 1:48, 1:32, and 1:28 scales.
Enter the 1:32 scene, where Copper State [...]
The S.M.1 was developed from 1915 by aircraft designer René Moineau for the Salmson-Moineau company, to meet the French military A3 specification, which called for a three-seat long range reconnaissance aircraft with strong defensive [...]
The Caudron G.IV was a French twin-engine biplane widely used during World War I as a reconnaissance/bomber aircraft. Its tailplanes were mounted on an open latticework structure normally associated with pusher aircraft, yet [...]