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  1. This is my first, and to date, only model i have completed after a 10 year plus layoff. It took three years, a little longer than anticipated, but thoroughly enjoyed the build, as well as the research that went along with it. The Lunar module is a 3D printed model from Vincent Meens, the Command & Service Module is a Revell kit. The LM is largely out of the box, with the exception of a scratchbuilt interior. The CSM was built with the addition of a New ware detail set, a few 3D printed items that i designed and had printed, some photo etch items i designed and had manufactured, also a couple of 3d printed goodies from other designers well. Somewhere along the line i decided to include lights, so the combo has a full set of functioning lights that are controlled from an Apollo style switch panel.
  2. I started building the new Copperstate kit, the Romfell Panzerwagen from WW1. For a start this is the chassis (a big single part) with the lower segment of the steering column and the basic engine not glued yet and still without paint. The other picture show the engine, which is still wip. What I can say up to now is that everything fits very well, but there is some flash, and many injector pin marks (no idea if this is English ) on the inner side of parts. These are not nice in case you want to show doors an hatches in "open" positition.
  3. This is Copper State Model's lovely RNAS armoured car. The figure is also by CSM, stowage from Value Gear & spare bucket. Went together nicely, only hindered by my reluctance to follow the instructions. Paint used was Revell acrylic Hellgrau, weathered using oil paints, Mig pigments, silver pencil. The last photo shows the size comparison with Roden's Rolls Royce armoured car. Any comments, observations & criticisms welcome. Pete
  4. Sopwith 5F.1 Dolphin Copper State Models 1/48 It was a pleasant and a rather short build (due to good fit) and I must admit, I really enjoyed it. It depicts the Dolphin C4168 of Major J.C. Callaghan, CO of 87 Sqn, Spring 1918 Painted with Tamiya and Mr.Color, artistic oils. Rigging: EZ Line and fishing line. For any 1/48th scale lovers - highly recommended.
  5. Thanks for the invitation! I`ll be more than happy to build it as a part of this great GB. I`ve decided to start the Caudron. The kit contains extra sprues with the floats and beeching trolleys along with trestles. They are great cause IMHO the floatplane looks a little bit peculiar without them on the ground.
  6. I`ve decided to start the Caudron. The kit contains extra sprues with the floats and beeching trolleys along with trestles. They are great cause IMHO the floatplane looks a little bit peculiar without them on the ground.
  7. What can I say - definitely one of the best models I`ve had a pleasure to build! The CSM has done a great job - everything fits like a charm and the number and the quality of the details is overwhelming! I`ve used mostly the Tamiya and Gunze paints. The rigging is 0,08 and 0,10 fishing line. I think the pleasure of building the Big Ack can only be compared to WnW for 1/32nd scale builders! I`m glad I have the Late version to build My model depicts the plane number C.3549 from 35 Sqn RFC from December 1917. Here`s the link for the WIP thread:http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235021484-armstrong-whitworth-fk-8-mid-copper-state/ And the regular pictures:
  8. Thanks to the CSM team I have a huge pleasure of building the brand new F.K. 8 kits. I must admit that the number, as well as the quality of details, is breathtaking and if the fit as good as in the case of the Caudron model I`m expecting a pure joy. The decals have been designed by Melius Manu - you may probably know them since they produce high-quality custom made decals - and printed by Cartograf. There are two sheets - the main one with cockades etc. and a tiny one with an absolutely gorgeous prop logo and a nameplate (printed using metallic colours). The prop logos are pieces of art in my opinion! What`s more in the premium edition you get a resin Beardmore engine and superb metal exhausts. Both kits represent different versions of the plane: Mid and Late. The most visible difference between them are the huge radiators and Oleo undercarriage in Mid version. The nose in the model is designed as PE - so taking engine covers is super simple. Due to its complicated nature there are spares in brass PE sheet!!! In total there are three separate sheets of the PE! The wire fittings are there (yeah!) The instruction sheet is very clear and printed in colour. I think the most colourful schemes are already in both kits, so I`ll have a problem with choosing which one I want to build The overall quality of the kit seems superb so it`s high time to build both of them right away An inbox contents:
  9. I`ve resumed one project that has been sitting in a box for quite a while. This is what I`ve managed to do so far. Notice the exquisite metal exhausts and a very good resin engine, which can be turned into a true gem by a much-gifted modeller than myself. I`ve sprayed my mixture of PC 10 and Battleship Grey (based on Tamiya`s Ocean Grey and Olive Drab). The fit is perfect.
  10. This is the second build - Late one... The box contents:
  11. Just finished up this little gem of a kit, the new CSM Dolphin. Easily on par with the best of Eduard, Roden, etc. A few minor tweaks to make it my own, most notably the painted markings for No.1 Canadian Air Force Squadron, Ca. early 1919. Full build review to appear in an upcoming issue of Military Illustrated Modeller magazine.
  12. Easy rigging for all WWI fans and lovers
  13. Hey Folks, check out this great painted fugires of our new 1/32 sets
  14. Dear friends A second set today is German ground crewman on the ladder (not included) This beautifully sculpted figure is already available at http://www.copperstatemodels.com/main/fullDetails/145
  15. It`s been a while since last announcement I would like you show you our next 1/32 figures set - "action stations" for Gotha Bomber This figures should fit in other models, since legs are positioned not that wide, so should be also good for smaller machines (need to check this one) Already avialable https://photouploads.com/images/ab0ab3.jpg[/img] Who has lots of German machines and want to be volunteer to fit figures in all of them to check and give recommendations?)
  16. 1/48 figures are now available for all 1/48 lovers) CSM 1/48 Figures site
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