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Thread: Official Pfalz D.III painting thread.

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    Default Official Pfalz D.III painting thread.

    To date I've only done one of these planes. It's really a shame as they are good looking birds!





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    You guys are off to a great start - very nice birds!

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    My Hans Müller:

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    (Nexus with a couple of minor mods.)

    /Niclas
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    One of my Jasta 15 models.

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    Rob.

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    Phalz DIII Max Hitschler Jasta 18 pre Raben


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    Another Jasta 18.











    Rob.

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    More Pfalz loveliness:

    Friedrich Rüdenberg - Jasta 10 - Pfalz D.III



    Full details in my album here

    Aloys Heldmann Jasta 10 Pfalz D.III



    Full details in my album here
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    Reverisco Jasta 11

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    A couple of new Phalz from my collection

    Shytrex Model with Reviresco decals
    Ltn Wunsch
    Jasta 22







    Ltn Busso von Alvensleben
    Jasta 21






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    Man, where do you find the time to paint all of these!

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    Ok, I was looking at my Pfalz collection I started this year. I officially did 14 custom Pfalz's for others but these are from my own personal collection. I have 9 more to do still.Click image for larger version. 

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    Like you Jasta 5 bird Cal, your prancing horse decal is much sharper than mine, is it a homemade one ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boney10 View Post
    Like you Jasta 5 bird Cal, your prancing horse decal is much sharper than mine, is it a homemade one ?
    They all look pretty good to me although the J5 green tail and Blue Max version really caught my eye.

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    Wonderful works guys

    Marco

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    I am fortunate enough to have a graphic designer working with me in my Realestate office... Any decal I see that I need I then create.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calfaber View Post
    I am fortunate enough to have a graphic designer working with me in my Realestate office... Any decal I see that I need I then create.
    you lucky man!!!

    Marco

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    They are indeed splendid works of art Cal.
    Rob.

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    Thanks everyone for the positive feedback. Much apprecieted.

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    Simply fantastic planes there guys

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    That last blue and silver one is quite yummy!

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    My last official Phalz

    Vzfw Otto Schulz
    Jasta 20








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    Nice one Chris, and very individual markings.
    Rob.

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    Is the Otto one an actual one? It looks cool. Where can I find the markings for it to look at?

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    Hi Cal, I found this on a Rise of Flight site and then on the Aerodrome forum in a listing of Phalz from the late Dan San Abbott.
    So as far as I know he is real.
    One variation shows the Phalz with a white tail

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    Any picture links you can find would be greatly appreciated. I think I will make one..

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    This is the rise of flight link
    From here I went to the aerodrome, but the link doesn't work now ?
    Try google Otto Schulz images you will get a couple more.
    If you a member of the aerodrome ask them, the original link had a good half dozen profiles of Phalz from Mr Abbott

    http://riseofflight.com/forum/viewto...?f=199&t=27388

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    Here is my take on von Alvensleben. Nexus.


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    Rob.

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    Great planes all of you!!!!But what a beautiful collection Calfaber!!!!!
    Jasta 5 = perfect!!!
    Thanks!!!

    Nick

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    My first attempt at repaints - Jasta 18 "Staffel Raben" April/May 1918

    Muller
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    Very sharp, well done!

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    Beautiful! I will soon start to paint my first planes but will go easy at the start and paint up some Sopwith Pups. No hard schemes to begin with. Later on when I get up my confidence
    I'll tackle some Germans. It will be nice to have a flight of 3-4 planes in the same Jasta colors.

    Nice work guys!

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    Cal, that is Pflazmania extreme. Very well done.

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    Sir,

    Those are simply some of the most beautiful repaints I have seen on a forum that regularly showcases the awesome work some of our members are capable of. Bravo!

    Chris

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    Tim.
    Great work.
    If you are considering doing any of the other aircraft in the Jasta, do drop me a P.M.
    Rob.
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Helmut View Post
    My first attempt at repaints - Jasta 18 "Staffel Raben" April/May 1918.....
    Well done Tim that Pfalz D.III looks great
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    That's a seriously nice Pfalz. Kudos.
    Did you airbrush it or all hand brushed?
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jager View Post
    That's a seriously nice Pfalz. Kudos.
    Did you airbrush it or all hand brushed?
    Karl
    It's hand painted - I have an airbrush, and a compressor, bought around ten years ago, but I've never had them out of the box (techno-phobia!). I really must give them a go sometime. I had a little trouble with the white paint; it doesn't show on the model on the table, but the close-up pictures do show it up a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Helmut View Post
    It's hand painted - I have an airbrush, and a compressor, bought around ten years ago, but I've never had them out of the box (techno-phobia!). I really must give them a go sometime. I had a little trouble with the white paint; it doesn't show on the model on the table, but the close-up pictures do show it up a bit.
    Extra nice, then.
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Not WoG but a Pfalz D.IIIa:

    by Roden 1:72

    VzFw. Schüschke - Jasta 64w (horizontal stabilzer with black and red stripes - colors of Württemberg)
    Serial number is a self mad dekal.
    Wire bracing is a yaw string.





    ... together with Albatros D.Va of Jasta 5 (green tail with red border)
    Roden 1:72
    Decals are self made - Wire bracing with modelling wire (0,5 mm)


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    Pfalz D.IIIa of Walter Ewers, Jasta 77b
    (Shapeways FUD by kampfflieger, decals from Rob, 1/144 Direct)

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    That is certainly a colour scheme to attract attention Alex.
    You have achieved a very nice effect with the painting.
    Must have a very steady hand.
    Rob.
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    You all have done some marvelous work on these little scouts! Time to get some Shapeways Pfalz DIIIs and paint 'em up (since the Nexus/Ares versions are scarce and so expensive).

    Thanks for the inspiration, folks!

    All the best,
    Matt

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