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Bob_C

Eduard 1:48 Pfalz DIIIa

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Here is my recently completed Eduard Pfalz DIIIa. It's my first WW1 subject and was an enjoyable build.

I have rigged a couple of other models before ( Gladiator and Swordfish) and used EZ line fine which I thought might look a bit under scale in 1:48 so I bought EZ line the next size up - thick.

Oh dear, the stuff I got is terrible. It's almost a flat elasticated tape - not round in section at all. But I used it non the less.

Does anybody else have any experience with this. Might resort to fishing line next time.

 

This build comes off the back of a Swordfish Mk1 Floatplane for the Sea/Floatplane Group Build so I'm a bit 'rigged out' at the moment. A bit of heavy metal next I think!

Anyway, enjoy the pics.

 

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Cheers,

Bob

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Superb 

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Beautiful!  The Pfalz DIII is a very elegant plane and you have done it full justice with this fabulous model.

 

AW

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Vey nicely finished! Lovely scheme!

 

Miguel

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Thats beautiful!

I've found for 1/48 the fine EZ Line just - fine, whie I use the heavy on 1/32.

 

Been just through a Swordfish as well, so I can consent to the state of being "overrigged"! 😉

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