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ddoc666

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Hi all!

Finished this great kit, as I said in the build thread the kit is highly recommended for someone who like me wants to get into WWI planes but is a bit intimidated by rigging and wing alignment. The plane didn't have much rigging and the fit of this kit is great! 

For more info see the WIP: http://genessis-models.websitetoolbox.com/post/eduard-148-fokker-dr-1-weekend-edition-8065368?&trail=15












Thanks for looking!!

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Daniel, fantastic tri-plane! great build and finish. Love the paint and the effect on the fabric parts as well as the wood. very nice pictures. I built a large scale balsa/tissue Fokker when I was a teen. Painted it up Red--Red Barron of course. Also like the base--very realistic.
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Daniel, fantastic tri-plane! great build and finish. Love the paint and the effect on the fabric parts as well as the wood. very nice pictures. I built a large scale balsa/tissue Fokker when I was a teen. Painted it up Red--Red Barron of course. Also like the base--very realistic.


Ted,
Thank you very much for the positive feedback!

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Very nice, excellent build. I am watching a lot of WW1 builds right now, before i start my Wingnut wings Albatros.
Thanks for showing.

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Very nice, excellent build. I am watching a lot of WW1 builds right now, before i start my Wingnut wings Albatros.
Thanks for showing.


Thanks Thomas! I would really like to get my hands on a wingnut kit. But I think I will stick to the cheaper eduard 1/48s for a while to practice and try out different techniques.

Hope you will do a WIP when you start the Albatros, would love to see one of those come together!

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Wow, that turned beautifully. The prop and fabric effects look awesome. Stunning work.
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Wow, that turned beautifully. The prop and fabric effects look awesome. Stunning work.


Michael - Thank you very much for taking your time to watch and comment.

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always nice to see the ailerons going in opposite directions on these old birds [wink]

nicely done sir !! you make the kit look very appealing indeed [thumb]

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Wow, love your paintwork.
very nicely done [thumb]

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Thank you for your kind words!
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