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kkarlsen last won the day on January 14

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About kkarlsen

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  • Birthday 11/19/1963

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    Alken - Skanderborg Denmark

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  1. I've ordered some books for this subject, great info and photo material regarding The Royal Flying Corps and the S.e.5a... Also managed to get some wheel choks done...
  2. Thanks, maybe it's because they have just returned from a successful patrol? On 30. July 1918, 'taffy' Jones brought down three German planes, a Rumpler C and a LVG C around noon and a Fokker D VII at 17:50 in the evening. The Squadron Commander Keith Caldwell, also brought down a Fokker D VII on this day...
  3. Thanks, yes I'm using oils on a base of different shades of acrylics, tan, desert yellow etc... just like when I'm painting wood, but without the woodgrain ;-)
  4. Wow, that's very nice indeed! Kent
  5. So finally finished the figures, here's a little preview of how they turned out... Figures are Kellerkind Miniatures and Model Cellar, with some minor conversions and 'maps' added... The Sidcot guy needs some matte varnish, but otherwise I'm happy with the result. Now I just need to finish some detailing of the three S.e.5a's...
  6. So, just a little update on the build, this week I have managed to get the Lewis guns on the top wings and the propellers done. Work is now continuing with the figures for the diorama... And the diorama base is coming along nicely... Thanks for looking in...
  7. Ahh, I think I'l pass the Gotha. A Vickers Vimy would on the other hand get my mouth water drooling...
  8. Woohooo!!! Rigging done! A quick snapshot to celebrate...
  9. I do understand you. The rigging amount is absolutely terrifying and it takes a while to get the hang of the techniques required. I really do look forward to finish the rigging and get back to some 'modelling' Regards: Kent
  10. The diorama base, with basic colors... Rigging chaos using a mix of elastic thread and monofilament... About halfway with the rigging...
  11. I allready have 'butterflies' in my stomach, from the task ahead of me, hopefully all will go well...
  12. Some time since my last update... Been busy decaling and adding details to three S.e.5a's The 74th Squadron is on it's way... Squadron leader Keith Logan "Grid" Caldwell (NZ) - D6864 James Ira Thomas "Taffy" Jones (GB) - C1117 "T" Frederick Stanley Gordon (NZ) - D3438 "Z"
  13. Thanks Jeroen, appreciate it!