10th February 1943. No. 139 Squadron, RAF, was formed in July of 1918 in Italy and was originally outfitted with Bristol F2b fighter aircraft. It was disbanded on 7 March 1919, regrouping in September of ‘36 flying Hawker Hinds and then Brist[...]
Youtube has another neat film short done in Germany during the Great War. Showing some very involved manufacture of Albatros aircraft...from wood stock selection to final finish.
Fokker D VII in the colours of The 15th Polish fighting squadron flown by the second lieutenant Antoni Bartkowiak , dated from the Bolshevik war in 1920, or immediately after. The condition probably after March 1921. The model covered in Aviatti[...]
Wingnut Wings have released a set of preview images showing details of their forthcoming 1/32 scale Lancaster. This is a mix of 3D CAD images and photos of test shot sprues. Together with our previously published set of photos showing a partiall[...]
New member here and as a first post I would like to share my latest completed model. It's a Wingnut Wings 1/32 kit of the Albatros D.V accompanied by figures from BlackDog. Not much to say about the kit, it is simply great. Built OOB with some m[...]
Coming in 2019...
These are a few pics of my WingNut Wings Hannover Cl.II 13274/17 'white4' of Schlasta 25 in 1918. The fuselage and centre section lozenges were painted on the original so, in keeping with the theme, I painted them myself with hand cut masks, (wh[...]
Here are a few pics of my WNW Albatros, recently refurbished. GasPatch turnbuckles and Spandaus.
Started back in 2010 and finally off the shelf and finished. Cockpit detailed with different gauge wire, etc. added detail to the Mercedes engine include scratch built spark plugs, valve springs, spark plug wires, and assorted cables. fuselage [...]