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  1. Sopwith Camel on board HMS Calliope

    Nice photos Michael!
  2. WnW Junkers J I "After the Armistice"

    Wow, Michael, my friend, it looks fantastic! Great progress!
  3. So, I still have to work a bit more on my first submission (with post-war Dannish W.29 diorama). But I want to put a start of a new project with WNW Felixstowe F.2A (early) I want to use several mods in it, custom paint-scheme and many figures. This nose piece, with my Davis gun and figure is what I have done so far, I would say it's very small piece of overall work So let's start...
  4. WnW Junkers J I "After the Armistice"

    Outstanding job Michael! As always!
  5. Macci M.5 Flying Boat - 1/32 by HPH Models

    Porco Rosso's plane was named: Savoia s.21, which is a fictious plane in the cartoon, but it made to look similar to Macchi M.33, which was the real plane: There was some model of M.33, but nowhere to find anymore: http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=27269 Gibli's Savoia s.21 in 1:48 scale can be found on eBay in 2 versions (with two different engines) just like in the cartoon.
  6. All my Hansa-Brandenburg family:
  7. Model is finished by now, have to finish painting trolley and will do some pics then
  8. Thank you Jeroen! Both are historically accurate, however I already built 3 floatplanes, and all of them have same beaching dolly model, so I decided for my next models to make something new, and make it available to other modellers as well.
  9. Thanks a lot Francisco! I'm already thinking about configuration of a diorama, and all the figures I want to put there...
  10. Alternative beaching trolley wheels for your 1:32 german seaplanes (Hansa-Brandenburg W.12 / W.29) are available to order. As usual, for pure printing cost. Kit contains 4 wheels: http://shpws.me/MzTK
  11. Thank you, after checking photos I realized that prop on reference photos is bigger than any of W.29 options, and has different form. So I choose a prop from WNW "German Accessories", which came with another kit, this prop seemed about right size and about right form. I cut and sanded it a little bit, to make it more symmetrical, to better match photos. Painted it myself, with acrylic paint using brush.