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Mikro Mir 1/32 Fokker E.V/D.VIII


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6 hours ago, Kais said:

Your Razor is looking mighty fine.

thank you,

it's a bit late, because the model is almost done, but still it's very interesting material, will to take a look

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started a long, boring process. based on model size (a fuselage height near engine is 21 mm) on the nose should be 3 black rhombuses,

spent whole weekend on it, I tried to make them 7*7mm - too big, 5*5 too small, made them 6*6mm - looks good to me

 

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to be continued...

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Well, this looks like a pro-level exercise in patience to me. Job well done! And fingers crossed there's no creepage under the masking tape when applying the paint.

 

@Kais

Thanks for the links, went straight into the archive. After an exhaustive read I figured this was not the D.VII (that I thought I had read in the title) but still. Now I want one such old 1:1 bird as there's a local airstrip just 5 km away from here. I wonder what the recreation from those guys would cost...

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Thanks guys!!!

The model is ready, I thought it will be a fast 1-2 weeks project, but it took about a 1.5 months, the kit's quality is 5 out of 10, with some pros and a lot of cons.

Any way, it was a fun built of a nice and unique plane, hope you will enjoy

 

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