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Nick32

Wingnut Wings Junkers D1

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My first Wingnut Wings kit, its a very far from perfect build but it was great fun and i've learnt a lot, so thats what counts eh? Everything people say about these kits is bang on, they are fantastic. I've since added 2 more to the stash and i just know more will be incoming.... 

I used MIG Metal acrylic Matt Aluminium for fusalage, pastels for weathering and my new favourite flat coat, Windsor and Newton flat varnish. 

 

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Thanks chaps!

Kev, thats why i chose it! There is a tiny bit of rigging on the under carriage, so i have popped my rigging cherry but it was very easy. 

My next build will have more, either  the CSM Nieuport 17 or Wingnut Camel. There is a Ninak in the stash but thats gonna stay there a bit longer :lol:

 

Nick 

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Nice build.  I agree that this kit is a good way to introduce yourself to WNW kits, so like you, this will also be my first WNW build.  I like your natural metal finish and gentle weathering :goodjob:

 

Cheers,

Michael

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Thanks guys. 

I'm going to adjust the exhaust weathering i think, by that point of the build i just wanted it finished and it didn't come out quite as i wanted. 

But yes it was a great kit to build, and an ideal introduction to Wingnut kits.  I would recommend it to anyone!

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