Well, not my best job, but I enjoy to build this model.
My first 1/32, normally I work on 1/72.
A little bit of history from wiki: the Pfalz D.III was a fighter aircraft used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during the First[...]
The most unlucky kit!
1/48 Eduard Pfalz D-III with decals from the Glencoe kit.
While building this one, the control stick broke at least three or four times. The decals shattered and I had to buy another kit to get a complete set (though if[...]
It took a week longer than I expected but, here's the second of my 1/144 P-47D razorbacks from Platz. I think this one turned out a little better than the previous one. I had to do some reshaping on the tips of the Curtis Electric prop but afte[...]
Not too long ago I posted an article about my 1/144 P-47D bubble tops from Platz. I had a chance to pick up the razorback version at a recent model contest. Today I present one of the two kits in the box. So, I now have another addition to a lar[...]
This isn't a recent build and I've never posted the photos, due to the incorrect lower wing. The kit part was poorly cast, (odd for Roden), so I just built it anyway with the extra wing, for the rigging practice.
My a fore mentioned method is in[...]
The Pfalz D-VIII is probably my favorite plane of World War One. It's stubby fuselage was a radical departure from the elegant shark like fighters that the Pfalz factory produced before.
This is the Tom's Modelworks resin kit. Most of[...]
This is my recently completed Wingnut Wings Pfalz D.IIIa. I finished it straight from the box, only adding rigging from .007 stainless steel wire. It was painted with Tamiya lacquer and Humbrol enamel paints. I included a couple of photos of [...]