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Another Fokker Finished!

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Thanks Don! Time to catch up with the Spitfire eh?

 

Cheers,

Wolf

Absolutely!!

Get back on that Spit, I want to see it finished!

Cheers

Don

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Nicely done Wolf...the fabric effect really came through in spades. :m0152:

Clean and tidy. Whats next? (besides finishing the Spit?)

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Nicely done Wolf...the fabric effect really came through in spades. :m0152:

Clean and tidy. Whats next? (besides finishing the Spit?)

Thanks Bill. The fabric effect decals really did make a big difference and I'm glad I used them but they definitely added a lot of extra work and time to the build.

 

What's next, for sure finishing off the Spitfire. After that, I don't really know. I've got lots of stash to choose from. Maybe the Tamiya Mustang or even the Corsair. First and foremost is a complete cleaning and reorganization of the workbench. It looks like a cyclone hit it.

 

Cheers,

Wolf

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Wow! Cant believe I missed the finish of this beauty Wolf! Really unbelievable work man..................Ill get the pics uploaded to the GB gallery ASAP. Slackin...............

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Wow! Cant believe I missed the finish of this beauty Wolf! Really unbelievable work man..................Ill get the pics uploaded to the GB gallery ASAP. Slackin...............

Thanks Brian. You ain't been slackin' though. You've been foilin', paintin', and decalin' as far as I can tell.

 

Cheers,

Wolf

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Wolf,

 

That is a PHENOMENAL looking Fokker.. :bow: :bow: :bow:

 

 

Your build is OUTSTANDING ....Looks better than the real thing. :wow: :wow:

 

Amazing detailed workmanship that excels in NEAT, FLAWLESS RESPLENDENT way....

 

:wub:

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Jeez Wolf, they don't get any better than this!

 

Just flawless work there, beautifully done Sir.

 

 

Cheer's,

Jeff.

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Wolf,

 

That is a PHENOMENAL looking Fokker.. :bow: :bow: :bow:

 

 

Your build is OUTSTANDING ....Looks better than the real thing. :wow: :wow:

 

Amazing detailed workmanship that excels in NEAT, FLAWLESS RESPLENDENT way....

 

:wub:

Hi Maru, high praise indeed my friend, thank-you! Looking better than the real thing though :blush: .................I don't know about that. I mean I'd much rather have the real thing!

 

Cheers,

Wolf

 

Jeez Wolf, they don't get any better than this!

 

Just flawless work there, beautifully done Sir.

 

 

Cheer's,

Jeff.

Thank-you Jeff. It does have a few warts but for the most part I'm happy with the way it turned out. Even the propellor turned out better than I thought but I'd definitely add at least one more lamination the next time I mask one off.

 

Cheers,

Wolf

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Fantastic Fokker Mr Wolf.

Above and beyond. Awesome detail and very crisp.

 

Regards, Brad

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wolf

this is lovely work i have to admire your knowledge of what things are on the engine and the correct colour to render them in-either that or you have a d7 in the garage

-great name as well by the way-there arent many wolfs in scotland

 

Allan

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Another thread that slipped under my radar

 

Wolf - this is seriously fantastic work. I especially like the fine detail in the cockpit. Usually we ( I ) emply techniques that result in something that create an illusion of reality (drybrushing edges of boxes for instance) but looking at that cockpit I dont see that. To me it looks like the real deal - just shrunk. The stitches, the leather on the chair...

 

And the finish on the exterior is superb too. Restrained weathering but very realistical.

 

Wow - just wow !!

 

I think I need to do a DVII with the amount of rigging I see here (or lack of...) - my LVG rigging is driving me nuts.

 

At first I read the headline as Anthony Fokker finished - now what the h... is that all about ?? :-)

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Wolf,

Fantastic job! Inspired me to get back to work on my D VII, even though it won't come close to your quality and craftsmanship. Thanks for sharing and I hope you finish your Spitfire soon.

Rich

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