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  1. That's a superb effort on a unique Aircraft! Beautiful wooden tone on the floater structure. Hans
  2. The wheathered white wash parts does look excellent! One note if you allow, personally i find the transition to the original painted mid section a bit to sharp.
  3. Thanks, really appreciate that you like it! @John D.C. Masters ...well John i told this guy from the Airfix Ground Crew Set to flatten the tyres, he never obeys, i fired him yesterday...!
  4. I completely can comprehend your dilemma Nostalghia vs. Accuracy/High detailed model and would say the good news are that nowadays we modellers have the choice to take a trip down memory lane building a vintage model painted with these familiar smelling enamel paints or try to finish a modern tooled kit with some aftermarket stuff if your more in an ambitious mood. Your little Dr.1 looks great so far, concerning the Red colour-there is a Richthofen Red from Mr. Paint (MRP-250) which looks pretty promising to my eyes. Btw it's good to see that you have a profound historical book reference on hand...... Hans
  5. Great work so far, superb attention to detail! Looking forward, especially since i have this one in the stash waiting.....
  6. @RadMax8 Thanks for your very kind comments, concerning canopy i agree completely, thought that too when i saw the pics, in the future i will paint the canopy from the inside too.
  7. @noelh Thanks for your kind words & hints, my next model will be a Fokker D.VII 1:48
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