The DFW C.V two-seater reconnaissance aircraft has been referred to by historians as one of the truly great aircraft of the First World War.
Developed in the early months of 1916 from earlier types, the first C.V production examples reached t[...]
A little more work, prior to setting turnbuckle anchors. As you can see in the main photo, they're pretty small.
I mentioned previously that I was trying out the AK Interactive set of three CDL paints. I sprayed the undersides of the wings, e[...]
Progress on Karaya's diminutive resin model of the DFW C.V- 1/48 (quarter scale) is pretty small for Great War subjects, although the two-crew versions make for a nice-size model.
The cover image shows the resin wheels with the lovely P.E. sp[...]