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Junkers D.1 from WNW

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This is the new Junkers D.1 from Wingnut Wings. It arrived just in time for a OOB-x-mas build. I started with the interior ...

 

Cockpit WIP

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Pilot´s seat made from inferior late war production seat upholstery.

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Daimler-Mercedes D.IIIaü with 200 hp

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All the best for 2019 my fellow modelers! :-)

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Best wishes too for 2019. It’s a good little kit that is alot of fun to build. The only headache is sanding the wing leading edge corrugations clean. Look forward to your progress. 

 

Karim

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1 hour ago, DonH said:

That looks great!

 

Nearly finished mine and it is an enjoyable build from first to last.

Hi

Do you have a thread here of your Junkers?

 

Bye for now 

Bernd. 

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4 hours ago, 109 said:

Hi

Do you have a thread here of your Junkers?

 

Bye for now 

Bernd. 

 

Hi Bernd,

 

No thread but I hope to have it in RFI before end of January. I build really slowly. 

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Hi,

I added the wings and started to work on the landing gear.

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Wing root detail: fit of parts is very good, still cleaning up the seams is important.

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Also started a wooden Axial propeller from laminated veneer:

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Happy modeling,

 

Bernd.

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Hi,

 

Started to paint and weather the rim covers. Basecoat is RAL 7003 from ZERO PAINTS.
Added Tamiya XF-71 and XF-57 for a thin top coat. Added a first wash and some streaking.

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Added a wet coat of hair spray for some 30 secs. This will weather the paintjob chemically! Then rinsed the parts with warm water.
Let dry. Use wooden sticks, pins etc. to partially remove the now bleached top coat. Add washes and streaking.
Dirt and dust will follow once the rubber tires has been painted.

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Bye for now :-)

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