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HPH Models 1:32 scale - Austro-Hungarian Aviatik 'Berg' D.I

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Hi all,
Here are the final reveal shots of the WW1 Austro-Hungarian Aviatik 'Berg' D.I fighter, operating with Flik 63J during 1918.

1:32 scale resin model from the Czech company 'HPH Models.
Gaspatch turnbuckles, micro-tube and mono-filament used for the rigging.
Laminated wood propeller from 'ProperPlane'.
Figure from 
Grass mat for display base from 'Polak'.
Paint used were 'Tamiya' acryics.
Figure - ‘Copper State Models’ Austro-Hungarian flying ace (F32-032).

My usual full and detailed PDF build log is available to download from gallery 2 on my site (link below).



Mike

 

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Fascinating work and presentation, very unusual and extremely well done - thanks for posting and sharing!!!

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PHENOMENAL  and SO EXQUISITE  looking.  :clap2:

Your Diorama /Vignette  is AMAZING....Love the Figure in his   Leather coat et al... you have captured its texture etc so Beautifully.   :yahoo:

:wow:

:bow:

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I must be honest about this kind of era, i have no "affection" to this kind of aircraft, but this build is superb, i could never be able to accomplish such a beautiful diorama, let alone finish this kit, so congratulations with the end result, good show.....

 

Jack

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Your build is really an eyecatcher Mike, very beautiful!  How long did it take to get the propeller from Proper Plane if I may ask?

 

 

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