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  1. Hi guys! Finally, we are ready to introduce some new Proper Plane products! We have spent a huge amount of time and effort to create a unique high quality product. We would like to thank Dave Douglass for his professionalism, endurance and patience. Dave, you are the godfather of this project. Many thanks! It is a perfect carry bag for the connoisseur of Great War Aviation. The bag measures 35cm x 42cm (14in x 17in), is tough and durable, and fully washable as it’s made up of 80% polyester and 20% cotton. The perfect companion for hobby shopping or general shopping!
  2. Copper State decals applied, time to finish this puppy and move on to the Revell Mustang and a 1/72 Bradley (don't ask...). The build thread is here, just the typical Revell build - dealing with lots of flash, and that funky wing strut thing Revell does on this kit. For me this is just a fun build, love the colorful SPADs and for a WWI exhibit I wanted to add an American hero. (And just noticed I forgot the tail plane rigging!! Damn photos!). Vallejo Model Air, with a final white wash by Flory including dragging down the sides of the fuselage (along with a bit of brown wash). Tha
  3. The venerable Revell kit, my second Revell WWI kit, and I'm finding they are a lot of fun to build. Here is the build thread if you are interested: http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=66777&hl= These are being built for some exhibitions for the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI. The Revell kits are ancient, but the decals were recently printed, in 2013 in this case I think. Decals are fairly thin, but react much better to Microscale Microset, rather than Microsol (ask me how I know... ). Paints are mostly custom mixes of Model Master Acryl (light green is
  4. Ran across this short video on YouTube.....it really is a very nice SPAD replica in the markings of Francesco Baracca......😊 Joe66
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