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  1. Roden is to release a 1/32nd Spad XIII kit - ref. 634 Source: https://forum.ww1aircraftmodels.com/index.php?topic=11367.0 V.P.
  2. My daughter got me this wonderful kit for Christmas. It has re-kindled my interest in WWI aircraft. The kit's painting guide is very basic so I bought this Eduard Kit in the hope I will get a painting guide and some nice decals. Thanks for looking. Stephen
  3. Dear Colleagues I recently finished a kit I had half finished several years ago. These were the days of nylon thread and I have now moved to the much more forgiving Uschi van der Rosten lycra. The markings are for the famous ace Georges Guynemer. I calmed down the look and markings with an overspray of the Gunze Israeli sand colour Shame people don't seem to do so much 1/72 WWI biplanes these days. Must try an Airfix BE2c though. Hope you like it? Andrew
  4. Legie - SPAD XIII čs pilotů 1:72 Eduard(2126) Limited Edition In 1916 Georges Guynemer became well known in France as a flying ace with a rapidly rising score of kills, some 25 by the end of the year. He wrote to the SPAD company in late 1916 criticising their VII model for being inferior its German opponents, and his reputation ensured that his concerns were taken seriously. SPAD introduced a number of developments to the aircraft, enlarging it slightly and fitting a more powerful engine and increasing the armament. Two versions were created, the SPAD XII armed
  5. Amodel has just released (new variant?) 1/72nd Spad S.A.2 kit - ref. 7260-01 Source: https://hobbyterra.com/product/spad-s-a-2-fighter-amodel-7260-01.html V.P.
  6. Merit is to release a 1/24th SPAD S.XIII kit - ref.62401 Source: http://www.ipmsdeutschland.de/Ausstellungen/Nuernberg2016/Nuernberg_2016.html V.P.
  7. Hi all, Been ages since I posted anything but to try and get back in the swing here's an original vintage 1960's Revell build of Eddie Rickenbacker's SPAD XIII. The build was done as part of a fun "build a beast" competition at my hobby club. Members select obscure/difficult/potentially horrible/fiddly and awful kits that go into a Secret Santa and participants basically have a lucky dip blind draw to choose their "beast" to build over the summer break and present at the first new year meeting early Feb. Out of about 20+ starters I think about 12 kits ended up making it to show......I gues
  8. Photo Etch for SPAD XIII 1:48 Eduard Eduard's Spad XIII is a beautiful and highly detailed kit which has been released in several versions, from 'Weekend' to 'Profipack' under their own label, and a few years ago was also issued by Revell. This new set from Eduard is labeled on the packet as 'For Revell Kit' and on the instructions as 'for Revell / Eduard kit' , which is no surprise as the plastic in both kits is identical. The etched set is pre-painted where appropriate, which means the seat belts, map, several instruments, and leather lifting straps for the rear fuselage. U
  9. Usually i build models so that i can sell them on built up to pay for the next one. This one is a keeper! I love it. Its Trumpeters 1/32 A-1J. It has been built straight from the box with no faffing. I seem to have gone off weathering too. Im happy with just exhaust streaks. It is what it is , a plastic model. Great build with no problems at all. Im so impressed i am just starting a Trumpeter 1/32 A-1H , which again will be straight from the box but with gun bays open , engine shutters closed but cowling open and wings folded. I havent put the seat in this one yet , i will leave that for anoth
  10. After a brief spell away to play a bit of golf & concentrate on other bits & pieces I've decided to delve into my stash & start model making again. There's no way I can match the skills of most of you guys on here, so I was looking to find a way of seeing if I am actually improving. One of the plus points of having 5 kids, all of whom nod approvingly at my attempts, but really take not interest at all, is that I quite often get given kits that I've made before & so this will be my second attempt at the revell 1/72 SPAD XIII. One day I'll progress to WNW and all that stuff, bu
  11. Well here are a few shots I managed to get of my latest effort. The sun was out, so I was expecting to get a few more shots, but unfortunately I didn't take all environmental conditions into account & the 'photoshoot' was halted quite abruptly..... All was going well. The pictures were taken using a bit of floor underlay as the base & a bit of wood as the background. I turned away to change my lens...... There was a gust of wind & the piece of wood toppled over And that was the end of that one. WIP is available here ...... wanders off muttering unrepeatable words
  12. After the Ansaldo Balilla A1 (http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234969869-132-ansalado-a1-balilla) a 1/32nd Spad XIII resin kit by Aviattic? Source: https://www.facebook.com/aviattic/photos/a.377742595655686.83488.377520989011180/837512063012068/?type=1&theater To be followed V.P.
  13. Hi, This is my latest work - Eduard's Spad XIII late in 1/48th scale. Very nice kit while still in the box, but once assembly has started... Let's just say I haven't build a model kit that's as complicated and demanding as this one. Profipack box, PE and some masks included. Gaspatch spanners were used as well as EZ Line for rigging. Rudder and roundels were masked and painted to match. Few pic while in progress... And few pics when it's done... All comments and critiques are wellcome. It'll be helpful on my next project - WNW Felixstowe in 1/32. Regards, Krist
  14. Sopwith Camel and SPAD XIII Revel 1/28 The Models Both of these kits date back to the late fifties, the SPAD from 1957 and the Camel from 1959, and boy does it show on opening the flaps of the end opening boxes. The open sprues give the game away straight away and the rather crude moulding. That said though, the details are quite well done although the wing ribs are a little prominent on both kits and could do with sanding down a bit. There is quite a lot of flash present, but not as much as the age of the moulds might suggest, they have obviously been stored well. SPAD
  15. My tamyia 1//48 spad been wanting to do one for a while, first attempt with a air brush, also first attempt using "mig" pigments , am happy with the top BUT not with the bottom went to heavy with the pigment trying to reprisent mud .
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