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  1. Hello Everyone ... Well my KUTA build(s) for this year are a pair of Fokker D.VII’s from Roden. One is about 2/3rds built which i will finish as either a USMC/US.Army war prize from 1923. Or as Ernst Udet’s Red/White striped Fokker. The unbuilt Fokker will be done as Bruno Loerzer’s Black & White striped plane from the box art. I have the Aviattic lozenge for the D.VII’s and am looking forward to using them. I will post photo’s of the kits themselves when i get to my office later. Fingers that all goes well after my recent Roden Albatross
  2. On joining this Forum nearly two years ago, after getting back into modelling after a long while, I did a few Group Builds, some successful, others not so. After giving up on my M3/M4 build a week or two ago I scanned my stash for a bit of inspiration and decided to start one of the WnW kits I have collected this last 8 months or so. Now, I'm not generally into WW1 subjects, not that I don't find them interesting, it's just all that rigging, but still, somehow, have ended up with 1/2 a dozen of these fine kits. Not having read a bad review of any of them, and the quality of the engineering be
  3. A model from 9 years ago: A simple slap-on weekend project as a relaxing distraction from more involving endeavors, using an old and affordable kit as a divertimento. The Fokker D.VII needs no introduction; after the first world war a number of these and another planes were used as civil machines. The one represented here, O-BEBE, belonged to Belgium and was used at a flying school, still wearing its camouflage but sporting prominent registrations on a white background. I got the Revell D.VII, which is an old mold and a not totally bad -but a bit crude- kit. It suited
  4. Hello everyone ... Question about udet’s scheme. Ive seen photo’s of the plane but no evidence of the Red/White stripes. Ive also seen at least three profiles including the one at WNW. No one seems to have any consensus as to straight m/diagonal stripes on the upper wings ? One profile shows the stripes on upper lower of the top wing, complete lozenge lower wing. Another shows striped only top of the top wing with lozenge bottom of upper wing, lower wing is lozenge both sides. A third shows stripes on top of top wing and bottom of lower wing, with lozenge in the insides of the wings
  5. Famous Airplanes - Fokker D.VII. Kaiser's best fighter by Tomasz J. Kowalski, Szymon Grzywocz , Damian Majsak. ISBN : 9788365437679 Kagero via Casemate UK The Fokker D.VII is a very popular subject among modellers of Great War aviation. Not only was it one of the very best fighters of the war, it also wore a large variety of very colourful finishes. The available models cover all major scales, from 1:144, 1:72, 1:48, to the outstanding 1:32 kits from Wingnut Wings. This A4 sized softback book from Kagero has dual text in English/Polish text, and Chapter 1 starts
  6. BIG3882 Big Ed set for the Wingnut Wings Fokker D.VII. Eduard 1:32 Newly released from Eduard is this 'Big Ed'package containing three of their previous sets for the Wingnut Wings Fokker D.VII. They will be applicable to all four of the D.VII releases from Wingnut Wing (32607 Fokker D.VII early, 32011 Fokker D.VII, 32027 Albatros D.VII, and 32030 OAW D.VII). The individual sets are as follows. 32914 Fokker D.VII 1:32 Presented on an 8 x 7 cm brass sheet there are 42 distinctly numbered. Many of them occur multiple times, such as 17 part 7'
  7. Fokker D.VII sets. Eduard 1:32 Newly released from Eduard are three sets covering Wingnut Wings superb range of Fokker D.VII's. These kits are so good that we may well wonder what possible scope there is for any aftermarket products? Well, I think Eduard have found some very useful items that answer that question. 32914 Fokker D.VII 1:32 Presented on an 8 x 7 cm brass sheet there are 42 distinctly numbered. Many of them occur multiple times, such as 17 part 7's (hinge details), 15 part 11's (turnbuckles) and others only once but using multiple pa
  8. I started this build a month or so back for a group build on another forum, and thought I might as well add it to the GB here! The first 3 posts are copied from my other post and are pasted here as one entry, the last one is the current state of affairs: 1) My will power being what it is, (non-existant) I have decided to enter this GB with one of the newtool MAC Distribution kits. I have a couple of them and they appear to be very good: with crisp detail, comprehensive decal sheets and even a small PE set, although for some reason this doesn't include the MG cooling jackets! I will build th
  9. Wingnut Wings Fokker D.VII The Seven Swabians. The Fokker D.VII probably needs no introduction, Germany's best fighter of WW1, and the only aircraft named in the Armistice as having to be turned over to the allies. Wingnut Wings have produced a brilliant range of D.VII's covering all three versions (Fokker, OAW, & Albatros) along with a superb range of aftermarket decals. Both were received and reviewed at Britmodeller, The kit here and The decals here It has taken a while to get this one on to the workbench, mainly because I just could not choose a colour scheme for it. All thos
  10. This is the newly released Fokker D.VII from Wingnut Wings, an inbox review of which can be found HERE It is a beautifully moulded, engineered, and presented kit and I couldn't wait to get started. Firstly I had to choose which one to do and after a lot of thought decided to go for 286/18 flown by Willi Gabriel of Jasta 11. Two things helped form this decision, 1) The colour scheme is fabulous, plus it requires the fuselage to be finished in 'Fokker streaky green' which in reality is a rough brush painted multi tone green finish, quite hard to do on a model. The kit provides a nice set o
  11. 30010 Fokker D.VII (F) Fighting Fokkers Part 5. Following on from the 'Fighting Fokkers'decal sets 1 to 5 which cover the Fokker, Albatros, and OAW built D.VII's Wingnut Wings have released another set for the new Fokker D.VII(F) kit. The instructions look very similar to those in Wingnuts kits, being printed on the same glossy paper and with the same high standard of information. The first page consists of side profiles whilst the subsequent three pages show upper and lower views, and contemporary black and white photographs of the actual aircraft. With call outs for each decal number
  12. Fokker D.VII Decals. 1:32 Wingnut Wings Although the Wingnut Wings D.VII kits already come with five different choices of markings in each box, they have released several sets to give you an even wider choice. Sensibly the individual sets offer extra schemes for one particular variant, so 'Fighting Fokkers Part 1' covers Fokker built aircraft, Part 2 Albatros, and Parts 3 & 4 OAW. Like in the kits, the decal instructions are printed in full colour on thick glossy paper, with drawings that look to be by Ronny Bar (although no credits are given). The first page consists of
  13. We've just received the December 2012 releases from Wingnut Wings, and a pretty impressive bunch they are too. Three... yes, THREE Fokker D.VIIs, from the home of the Fokker (Fok), Johannisthal (Alb) and Schneidemühl (OAW - Ostdeutsche Albatros Werke) with any of their idiosyncrasies faithfully reproduced. Not only, but also... a Sopwith Triplane and this year's final surprise release from WNW, the Hannover C1.II with its distinctive biplane tail. In addition to those five releases, there are four additional decal sets. One for the Fok built aircraft, one for the Alb built aircraft, and tw
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