The WWI Channel at iModeler

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WNW Hansa Brandenburg W12 in 1/32

Designed by the famed Ernst Heinkel in late 1916, the W-12 was developed as a 2-seat patrol and recon seaplane for the German Imperial Navy and gave excellent account of itself in combat with RNAS patrol craft and airships in the North Sea and [...]

Building a Spruce Bi-plane in WWI

This is a very comprehensive movie showing the cutting of timber and grading of the lumber to seasoning it in oven. Down to the production and manufacture of aircraft. Plus, it shows the covering of the wings with Irish linen and the manufacture[...]

Fokker Eindecker E.II (Airfix 1/72)

I always wanted to build a WWI era aeroplane. However, the idea of rigging it put me off until I saw this kit from Airfix. Easy kit, very good detail and a not so complicated rigging. So I decided to give it a go. I've learned a few new (for me [...]

Meng Mk.A Whippet Medium Tank 1/35

Hi everyone, this is my first kit by Meng and my first 1/35 model tank as well. I love WWI tanks, so this was a "must have" kit Amazing quality, a lot of details and easy to build. Enjoy the pictures. Hola a todos, este es mi primer modelo de l[...]

Albatros D.V

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[...]

Eduard 1/48 Se 5a

First time i build WWI airplane in this scale,must say that i liked, so there will be some more of them in the future.

27th September 1918 100 years ago today.

It was while making this model, back when it was first released by in 2014, that I learnt a relation of mine, Charles Edward Shawyer had been killed in 1918 whilst serving with the 11th Tank Battalion. After a search on the internet I came acro[...]

Dawn Patrol Rendezvous

Traveled up north to the USAF Museum to attend the marking of 100th Anniversary of the WWI, or as the event was titled Dawn Patrol Rendezvous. Well attended even for a brisk cloudy day, and there were lots of displays, antique cars, re-in actors[...]

Wing Nut Wings (WNW): 1/32 Bristol F.2B Fighter

Despite being in awe of the WW1 fighters I had stayed away from building them for many years due to the lack of decent kits in my preferred scale of 1/32, as well as, the inherent challenges of the breed. Then I heard of this fantastic, at the [...]

Mark IV male “Hyacinth”, Tamiya 1/35

I tried to build some technique. I chose an icon in the world of tanks. Mark IV male. Building purely out of the box, complemented by some little things I found at home. Gypsum casting washer + wood plank, barbed wire is made of etched set fro[...]
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