This time not an aircraft of the RNLAF, but one which was operated by the Royal Dutch Navy (MLD).
The Hawker Sea Furies were not only operated from land but their was also a squadron that was stationed at the aircraft carrier “Hr. Ms. [...]
This is another kit I built last year. There are several things that could have been done better, but still I think it’s a lovely little plane.
The kit is a Special Hobby 48181 and built OOB.
Hope you like it.
A bit of [...]
Hallo and Happy New Year.
Sometimes I come back with something to share with you. Thanks for your patience and kindness...
Well, I love Arma Hobby brand, I think they had some masterpiece in 1/72 scale or a perfect start for a [...]
First, a little background.
The Spanish Civil War was fought between 1936 and 1939. The Republicans (Leftists) were supported by Russia and France, while the Nationalists (Conservatives) were supported by Germany and Italy. The [...]
Last year I built a Fokker D.VII, and towards the end of that build I started up on this Fokker Dr.I before putting it down, but I felt the motivation to put some work into it a few weeks ago and got to work!
This is Eduard's Fokker Dr.I, [...]
The Fokker D-VII just happens to be my favorite German aircraft from the First World War. As a little 8 year old kid I can remember building the "ancient" (by today's standards) Aurora 1/48 scale model and the strange green [...]
Covid lockdown completed 1/48 Dragon Fokker Dvii F flown by VzFw Wilhem Hippert, Jasta 73 1918. Fun easy build with very little rigging (undercarriage only) An old kit started 20 odd years ago. Nice to see it completed finally.
My first build of 2021 was this brightly coloured Fokker D.VII, this was also my first and so far only subject from the First World War. This particular one was based on Fantasy of Flight's D.VII and was a Christmas gift from my other half [...]
Fokker Dr. 1 (1/32 Meng) with the insignia of Lothar von Richthofen (brother of Manfred). Red cowling, struts, undercarriage legs and wheel disks represented attachment to Jasta 11. Yellow tail was Lothar's personal touch. Contrary to [...]
My first WW1 completed. Ernst Udet's Fokker DVII (OAW) Jasta 4 Beugneux-Cramoisselles airfield, France, June 1918.
There are so many different opinions on the colours, some say there was a black nose, the stripes were top of the upper wing [...]