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  1. Hey guys, I know there's been a run on Wingnut Wings kits lately. My local hobbyshop has a few, Hobbysense in Winnipeg, Canada. Hope it's ok that I post here. Cheers Harald
  2. I had it long time waiting till starting this wonderful kit..... the HANSA BRANDENBURG W.29 in scale 1/32 by Wingnut Wings. There is nothing unsaid about this amazing kit so that I do not want to loose time.... and start directly with the first pictures of it..... The engine.... I added some wire and replaced some parts with thin plastic pipes ..... and painted all in black / iron. The iron was polished aferwards before adding some oil paint, drybrushing and pigments to it ..... All interior parts got a primer with brown lifecolor, before making the wooden parts with oil colors. I wanted to give it a darker look on the inside and used mostly dark brown colors. The tanks and other metal parts were painted with Revell Aqua colors and received some polishing and oil color washing after it. Next I have added more and more parts to the interior ..... Do not wonder about the missing seatbelts... I am waiting for the lased cut parts from HGW right now ..... Hope you like it so far .... Cheers Michael
  3. Well ADHD got me again, so sue me, this makes kit # 29 in progress. Have started building Wingnut's Fok. D.VII (OAW) with the goal of having it done no later than April 25th. The large local contest on the 26th has the WWI theme and I plan to take all of my completed wingnuts kits to display. This one will be the Sieben Schwabben (7 Swabians), available on this wingnuts decal sheet. Lozenge decals will be Aviattic and I can tell you, boy do they look beautiful on the paper. Progress so far: lots of thin strips of masking tape and preshading of some fuselage parts. Wings are painted now in Tmaiys XF-57 Buff. Ailerons will be a slightly different shade to vary up the finished look of the fabric once the decals are on.
  4. Hello, Roland D.VIa is finished.... the base is ready... Roland D.VIa - 1/32 by Wingnut Wings plus gun barrles by Master Models and a figure of a German "Vizefeldwebel der Luftwaffe" by Kellerkind Miniaturen is done. The painting was made with acrylics by Lifecolor and oil colors .... More pictures on my website - hope you like it! Now let's think which Wingnut Wings model will be next .... BR Michael
  5. Hello, here is my finished FOKKER D.VII flown by Ernst Udet 1918. My first Wingnut Wings kit and 100% not the last one Hope that you like it.....
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