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  1. Eduard has just re-released its 1/72nd Nieuport 17 kit as Weekend Edition - ref. 7404 Source: https://www.eduard.com/eduard/nieuport-ni-17-1-72-1.html V.P.
  2. After the Ni-17 (link) Copper State Models is to release 1/32nd Nieuport 21 (XXI) and 23 (XXIII) kits. Source: https://www.facebook.com/copperstatemodels/posts/2449134318708646 V.P.
  3. Eduard is to re-release its 1/48th Nieuport Ni-17 in the Profipack range - ref. 8071. Source: https://www.facebook.com/EduardCompany/posts/3031381500210110 V.P.
  4. It's finished. I am extremely happy with it, it has taken about 55-60 hours of work which is insane for a single 1/144 aircraft.
  5. Copper State Models is to release a 1/32nd Nieuport Ni.17 kit - ref. Source: https://www.facebook.com/copperstatemodels/posts/2076250305997051 V.P.
  6. I wasn't quite ready to do more to the Taube (I've done well and want to build my skill before rigging) so I decided to start something else. With the wife away for the weekend I wanted to do as much as I could. Due to this I haven't taken as many progress shots to show you, but most of you know what I'm about now.
  7. LukGraph Resin is to release in 2018 1/32nd Nieuport-Delage NiD.29 C1 resin kits - ref. 32-12, 32-13 & 32-14 Source: http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=72779 V.P.
  8. I have several early Great War aircraft in the pile and have the bug to get a few completed. I've posted shots of my completed Tabloid and here's a start on the SH 1/48 Nieuport 10 that's just been released as a two seater. While the instructions show the top wing with the hole SH elected to remove this part from the kit. Looking at the Datafile and period photos I added it back in the wing provided in the kit. The attachment points for the bottom wings is almost non-existant so I added some wire to beef it up but am still going to the hardware store to get some epoxy glue to strengthen t
  9. Special is working on a 1/48th Nieuport Ni.10 ”Two Seat Version” kit - ref. 100-SH48184 Source: http://www.specialhobby.info/2016/10/special-hobby-newsletter-november-2016.html V.P.
  10. EX518. 1:48 Nieuport 11 Express Mask. Released to accompany the Nieuport 11 kit is a set of masks in Kabuki tape. A distinguishing feature of many Ni-11's was the painted edging applied to wings and tails. This set makes simple work of masking it up, with full size shapes to apply to the wings and tails. Both upper and lower masks are supplied, as the edging went around all edges. A pair are also supplied for the rudder, and finally the wheel centres, and the windscreen. I have always found that spraying gives the best results, with kabuki tape giving the sharpest and best resu
  11. Nieuport 11 Eduard 1:48 Weekend edition The Nieuport 11 first appeared over the western front in early 1916, and made a massive contribution to ending the 'Fokker scourge'. It outclassed the Fokker Eindekkers in almost every respect, except perhaps that it did not posses a synchronised gun firing through the propeller. Its single Lewis gun was mounted on the top wing, and fired over the propellers arc of rotation. Its main innovation was the use of a sesqiplane layout, with a larger top wing and small narrow chord lower wing, connected by 'V' interplane struts. This gave both excell
  12. After the Gotha GL.VII ( http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234976060-172-gotha-glvii-by-bat-project-released-new-variantboxing ) Bat Project is to release soon a 1/72nd Nieuport Ni.21kit family. - ref.72001 - Nieuport Ni.21 fighter Source: http://hobbyterra.com/product/nieuport-ni-21-fighter-in-1-72-scale-bat-project-72001.html - ref.72002 - Nieuport Ni.21 biplane Source: http://hobbyterra.com/product/1-72-scale-nieuport-ni-21-biplane-bat-project-72002.html - ref.72005 - Nieuport Ni.21 biplane Source: http://hobbyterra.com/product/aircraft-in-1-72-scale-nieu
  13. Nieuport NiD 29 / Nakajima KO-4 1:72 Azur FRROM The Nieuport NiD-29 C1 is a fighter designed br by Gustave Delage in 1918. WWI ended before it was produced. In 1920 it was selected as new fighter by the French Aéronautique Militaire and the delivery to the units started in 1922. 700 of this aircraft were produced. In 1925 the French Aéronautique Militaire had 25 NiD-29-equipped squadrons. Several aircraft fitted with bomb-racks took part in low-level assault tasks in North Morocco at the end of 1925. The Nieuports remained in service with France till the end of the 20s. Aircraft were a
  14. A bit of history to start. In WWI the Dutch airforce (Luchtvaartafdeling, LVA) had a large number of different airplanes, most of which landed in the Netherlands (neutral territory) after engine trouble or by mistake. The Nieuport was one of those. After tests in 1916 the LVA ordered 10 Nieuports. These were delivered in 1918 and remained in service until 1925. The planes were silver doped, and had the then standard dutch orange roundels. These were nicknamed "gehaktballen" (meatballs). A few of the planes had a black cockerel* on the sides. Dutch Decal provide a nice sheet for these machines
  15. Well then, let's see how this goes! My first Eduard 1/48 WW1 model, following on from many 1/72s over the years and a handful of 1/28 Revells. Kit box and sprue shots: There are two versions in the box - N1531, Guynemer's fourth fighter, painted in plain aluminium dope with "Vieux Charles" written on black pennants hanging off the interplant struts. The second version, N1530, was the fifth aircraft and lacks Guynemer's iconic name for his aircraft anywhere in the livery, but has a green/brown camouflage on the upper surfaces of the wings. At this stage I am leaning towards N1531 because
  16. Hi folks,built for the under a tenner GB,Revells ancient but very good Nieuport N28.I rigged it with stretched sprue(a first) for £3:25 how much fun can you have with your clothes on? I could get hooked on these little Biplanes.Thanks for looking.
  17. Hi folks,popped in to pick up can of airbrush air at my local dept. store and picked this up for £3:25p.a couple of the guys seem to be having fun with these old kits on the forum just now so I thought why not? doubt it will get "rigged" will have to wait and see.
  18. This is my third attempt at a WW1 aircraft in 1/48th scale. This time I chose the Eduard Nieuport Ni-23 (kit number 8075) which looks like it has now been discontinued (as at time of writing). I'm not a great fan of Eduard's "basic level" instruction sheets for these kits - I was looking for an out-of-the-box build and found myself trawling the web on a number of occasions to find out the positioning of a number of parts, particularly in the cockpit. Perhaps I just need to build more WW1 kits to become more familiar with these areas? Anyhow, it was reasonably straight-forward to build once I w
  19. Nieuport 17 Eduard 1:48 The type was a slightly larger development of the earlier Nieuport 11, and had a more powerful engine, larger wings, and a more refined structure in general. At first, it was equipped with a 110 hp (82 kW) Le Rhône 9J engine, though later versions were upgraded to a 130 hp (97 kW) engine. It had outstanding maneuverability, and an excellent rate of climb. Unfortunately, the narrow lower wing, marking it as a "sesquiplane" design with literally "one-and-a-half wings", was weak due to its single spar construction, and had a disconcerting tendency to disintegrate in
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