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Sandbagger

HPH Models 1:32 scale - Austro-Hungarian Aviatik 'Berg' D.I

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Hi all,
Here are the final reveal shots of the WW1 Austro-Hungarian Aviatik 'Berg' D.I fighter, operating with Flik 63J during 1918.

1:32 scale resin model from the Czech company 'HPH Models.
Gaspatch turnbuckles, micro-tube and mono-filament used for the rigging.
Laminated wood propeller from 'ProperPlane'.
Figure from 
Grass mat for display base from 'Polak'.
Paint used were 'Tamiya' acryics.
Figure - ‘Copper State Models’ Austro-Hungarian flying ace (F32-032).

My usual full and detailed PDF build log is available to download from gallery 2 on my site (link below).



Mike

 

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That’s fantastic with some of the best and most convincing weathering I’ve seen on a WWI plane, especially the undersides of the wings.

 

AW

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Hard to believe that is a model, it looks so realistic. It is a real treat to look at, the fabric effect, the rigging, the setting, and that unusual hexagonal camouflage pattern.

It's brilliant!

 

Cheers

 

John

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fantastic modelling!

 

:partytime:

 

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Fantastic 

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Great surface finish, fabric looks like fabric, wood looks like wood.. Museum grade stuff

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A work of art you have here, really a wonderful model.  

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Awesome job! Painting and weathering look great, the rest too 😉

And good to see some Austrian WW1 stuff.

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Masterpiece. Congratulations.

Patrik

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