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Wingnut Wings WNW Fokker E.I - E.I 5/15 -

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Also the seat has its leather cover.

 

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.................................and yes, I've lost the way to build OoB   :wallbash: 

 

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Bertl

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The wooden Tailskid is also almost finished.
First primed with Tamiya "Flesh" and the wood grain was painted with oil color
"burnt sienna" .
The metal parts were painted with Gunze "RLM02".
Sealed with Tamiya "flat-clear" and a drop Tamiya "clear orange".

Finally, weathering with black-brown oil paint broth.

 

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Bertl

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Now it continues with the seat of our Eindekker.

The wooden board was primed with Gunze "radomes" and shaded with white, yellow and smoke.
The wood grain was presented with  "raw sienna" and "burnt sienna" oil color.
I wanted to represent the seat itself as an aluminum sheet.

I turned to my usual technique for this.
 

Here the link:

http://forum.largescalemodeller.com/topic/1895-aluminum/After

 

The polished aluminum seat reflects the light.

 

Note the different reflections at different angles.

 

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The seat back was painted with Tamiya "Leather".

The edges are drybrushed with Tamiya "sand" .
After that, the seat has been accented with a dark brown oil broth.
The seat was sealed at the end with Tamiya "semi-clear".

Now only missing the seat belts, some weathering - and done.

 

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Bertl

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7 months not posted because I have not seen the problem with the switch in the upper left corner.

OK, here's the Taurus rotary engine for Fokker EI

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The wodden groundfloor incl. Turnbuckles

 

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Bertl

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Something's wrong in this site....?? There's a one topnotch modeller here than the other....what's up with that? :D

Great work going on here buddy. I'm diggin' all the fine attention to detail on her. So, keep up the good work ;)

 

Mike

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Well Bertl,

As always this is amazing. The attention to detail is simply astounding.

Museum quality!

 

 

Regards,

 

Martin Wilson

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