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Pfalz D.XII

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27. November 2011, 22:39
Creative Explorer
This is the second update, a lot of progress has been made. The cockpit is finished and the two halves of the fuselage has been glued together.
1. December 2011, 21:26
Holger Kranich
You are doing great! Engine and cockpit are looking superb!
2. December 2011, 12:13
Creative Explorer
Thanks Holger, It is my first airplane and I have to figure everything out. I think the most difficult is the paintjob of the fuselage. After one puts the engine in and the cockpit, you still have to glue it together, fill and sand it and then airbrush.
I think my first attempt came out ok. I will add pictures soon.
4. December 2011, 08:52
Creative Explorer
And another update, the Lozenge decals has been applied, but are quite difficult to handle, when it comes to curves and such. It doesn't really react all that well to MicroSol
4. December 2011, 14:59
Holger Kranich
Uhh, that looks like a decal-battle! But the result is convincing!!!
4. December 2011, 16:05
stefan natus
Ill admire the guy's who work with WWI planes,i am not so keen to large size decals.Nice work,Grtzz stefan.
4. December 2011, 16:26
Philip De Keyser
It looks great, decals Uhh, a few weeks a go I had the same decal-battle, it was also the Microsol that not reactide on the decal, next weekend I take a look at the convention at IPMS Lier for another decal setting, greetings Phil
4. December 2011, 21:48
Creative Explorer
Thanks guys, the decal was a battle, if it only would've worked better with Sol, it would've been a lot easier.
@Stefan, this is my first and probably only WW1 modelplane, I build only cars, I was just very interested in the kit.
Phil, if you found something, I would love to hear from you.
9. December 2011, 15:47
Creative Explorer
This is also the last update, the kit is now done and I managed to build it in just 2 days, which is extremely fast for me. I will now focus on a new project, the '59 Impala
I can not place the finished pictures yet, due to publishing in the Dutch IPMS magazine, but I will give you one teaser. 😉
9. December 2011, 15:48
Holger Kranich
Great work! It looks marvelous to me! For a carbuilder really an good result! You can be proud!🙂
9. December 2011, 15:59
Philip De Keyser
Great job, next one a car? Greetings Phil
9. December 2011, 17:01
Creative Explorer
Thanks guys! @Holger, as a carbuilder i would be happy with any kind of result haha.
@Philip; ofcourse, I am now working on a '59 Chevy Impala and it is going to be custom
9. December 2011, 19:37

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