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Delayar

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About Delayar

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    Vienna, Austria
  1. Wow! Great conversion and great build! Cheers, Markus
  2. It is my first WNW model. The detail and fit out of the box are great. Cheers, Markus
  3. Hi again, The first attempts at rigging (done with EZ line): Wood grain decals are also applied. Now it was time to rig the control lines and assemble the cokpit: The gun barrels are only dry fitted. A pity most of this will be hard to be seen once all is assembled. Cheers, Markus
  4. At last, some updates. I continued with the cokpit. I decided againts the wood effect inside, because it will be barely visible. The instrument panel: With ammo and carburetor intake: Fuel tank with kit seat and HGW seatbelts: Machine guns: And the sidewalls: The cabane struts will receive wood grain decals. Cheers, Markus
  5. Looks great! Cheers, Markus
  6. Hi! I recently started my first WNW kit, the Sopwith Camel with the Le Rhone Engine. It will the blue painted C1555 "Suds" . It will be mostly out of the box, but I will use the HGW seat belts. I started with the engine. Cheers, Markus
  7. This is really amazing. The pit is so detailed, it is almost a waste to "hide" it in the fuselage. It could stay as a model of its own. Cheers, Markus
  8. That looks great! Is this kind of flight gear also suitable for a Pacific based USAAF pilot? If so, that is exactly what I was waiting for to complement my P-51. Now I am waiting for a present day USAF pilot in flight gear for my F-16 ;-) Markus
  9. Wow, that looks terrific! That makes me consider this kit too, altough I am running out of space for large scale planes. Cheers, Markus
  10. No need to feel embarassed, such mistakes can happen to anyone ;-) Also, it doesn't take away from a great model. Cheers, Markus
  11. Looks great! One thing, though: It looks like you put the control stick in the wrong way. Cheers, Markus
  12. Wow, what a great build! Very inspiring, makes me want to start my own right now! Cheers, Markus
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