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Today is the 100th anniversary of the death of Ltn. Werner Voss. Not a case for celebration â€“ more a reason for remembrance of this remarkable young pilot and of so many others from all sides who perished in the War to End All Wars. Richard Andrews of Aviattic has commissioned a set of decals from us and a superb figure of Voss from Nino Pizzichemi, these will be available from Aviattic as a comprehensive set including streaked camouflage decals for the Fokker F.I, designed by Richard and Juanita Franzi, artwork from Dave Douglass, an illustrated booklet and a replica Sanke Postcard of
Hi, as announced, the first set of aftermarket Camel decals produced by Pheon is emerging and... it is for Belgian Camels! http://www.pheondecals.com/whats-new.html Personally, I am not too fond of planes in my national markings but there are exceptions and the Camel is fortunately one of them. I knew it was a good idea to buy as well the Duellists set with the Clerget Camel! Useless to say this is also a good way to avoid the boring too monochrome schemes... ;-) I am eagerly waiting for the set! Now, ... where is my Pieters book? This looks like the right time to have a lo
This is my HK Meteor F4 finished as VT413 of 56 squadron based at RAF Waterbeach in Cambridgeshire circa 1951. The AM bits used were the G-Force undercarriage (expensive but really worthwhile) along with the Brassin wheels, Fisher long chord nacelles to give the right shape at the front end, Profimodeller cockpit PE and Pheon decals. The trolley acc is by Iconicair. After fiddling about with two Tiger Moths for a few months (and not completing them!) this kit was a joy to build. It all went together fairly well with no major issues. I used Mr Paint white aluminium and duraluminium to get