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    Your DH-2 is breath taking! Fiddlers Green offers a larger scale DH-2 of which I am considering a future build reduced to 1/144, but I have yet to get up the nerve. Excellent workmanship, Alex!

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    Thanks Larry. I saw an assembly of the DH-2 Fiddlers Green model online. It is very good. The author, under the nickname Der Kampаfliger, has more variety and a more thoughtful design. His work is offered on Ekardmodel, it seems.
    ....Oh, my memory failed me. He has the RAF F.E.8 for sale.
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    More incredible work Alex!

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    This is what should be called mission impossible. Fantastic work.

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    I'm still in awe

    Sapiens qui vigilat "He is wise who watches"

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    Hi all. Today's hero, the great-grandfather of all fighters - Morane Saulnier typ N. Publisher: Modele Kartonowe. Original scale 1:33. The model was quite difficult to assemble and did not turn out very well. I wouldn't recommend it for 1:144 work. Perhaps you should prefer the option from fiddlersgreen. Its propeller spinner is only poorly designed.

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    That's probably all for today .

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    The rigging is jaw-dropping!

    Awesome work, Alex.
    Mike
    "Flying is learning to throw yourself at the ground and miss" Douglas Adams
    "Wings of Glory won't skin your elbows and knees while practicing." OldGuy59

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    Hello. Today in the studio "workhorse" of Austria-Hungary Aviatik Berg D1. Publishing house Modele Kartonowego Fana. Original scale 1:33. The model assembles well, except for the problem with the fairing behind the pilot's head. I'll start.

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    The edges of the upper wings are curved upward for a reason. This is a design feature of the prototype.

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    And here is the main experiment of this device. Here I tried to make spokes in a wheel. The material is my hair.

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    Sorry for the almost identical photos, I couldn't delete them. Intermission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tratata View Post

    And here is the main experiment of this device. Here I tried to make spokes in a wheel. The material is my hair.
    Looks outrageosly good. I would not have enough hair to sacrify. REP REP REP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tratata View Post
    ..Sorry for the almost identical photos, I couldn't delete them. Intermission.
    I can fix that, Alex, which one would you prefer to keep, the third, or, the fourth in the blue ?

    Sapiens qui vigilat "He is wise who watches"

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash View Post
    I can fix that, Alex, which one would you prefer to keep, the third, or, the fourth in the blue ?
    Dear Flash, If possible, delete the last photo, but by and large, it doesn’t matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tratata View Post
    Dear Flash, If possible, delete the last photo, but by and large, it doesn’t matter.
    Deleted the duplicted photo.

    If you have this happen again you can fix it. Edit your post, go to 'go advanced' and then manage attachments where you can delete duplicates.

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    Thanks Peter

    Sapiens qui vigilat "He is wise who watches"

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    Hello pilots. It is with special pleasure that I present one of my favorite aircraft from the First World War. This is the legendary Nieuport 11. The author of the model is Roman Vasilyew (Kampfflieger). Original scale 1:48. The project perfectly combines simplicity and detail. I mostly worked only on small things. Since the model is in vector, it was not difficult for me to do a little repainting. Next I tried installing the top wing sight, Bowden to Lewis release, windshield and aileron controls. Most importantly, I experimented with puttingtying the hood and painting it to look like metal. What happened is for you to judge.

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    On a gaming stand.

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    Well, now the postcard.

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    Now it's time to sum up my short review of the time of legendary men and machines. I'll try to show you what the collection looks like on the wall. So that you have some idea of ​​the size, at the very bottom, for the photo shoot, I hung a Fokker of the classic scale 1:33. It is not subject to criticism, it is at least 15 years old.

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    Thank you for your attention!

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    Truly remarkable accomplishment Alex!

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    Gorgeous N.11, Alex!

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    Great Nieuport and I can't believe the wheels on your Aviatik!

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