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Back to radio: The devices are installed, also the cable to the generator. Also the belt drums.
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bughunter
The fit is bad ... Want to see an example?
Do they build the kit once after designing, before starting the production? Wrong in both Cl.II and Cl.IV kits in different ways.
The kits have a great potential to deliver nice details even in smaller scale, but I think the quality control of WNW was much better!
I learned to check here every small step for surprises, but this needs a lot of time :(
21. January, 20:10
Marcel Klemmer
No hurry, you have enough time..... :)
21. January, 20:42
Greg Baker
Oh, my. Was I missing this one?
24. January, 19:02
Jeremy O
Lovely details
24. January, 20:40
bughunter
Thank you mates!

.-. .- -.. .. ---

You may ask, what kind of headline is that?! Of course I talk about the communication system of this Halberstadt. I found an interesting page about that wireless communication system:
stonevintageradio.com/descri..I=959&UID=20210113135642
24. January, 20:43
Christoph Kunz
Somehow I missed this :(
Needlless to say, but perfect work again.
Nur Bild 35 tanzt aus der Reihe.
25. January, 20:02
bughunter
Welcome Christoph!
Und danke für den Hinweis, ist jetzt 42 ;) Habe da schon einen Bug an Tim reported. Das erste Bild ist immer das letzte, wenn ich es dann hochschiebe rutscht es viel weiter nach vorn.
25. January, 21:47
Spanjaard
as usual, amazing
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René "Bilbo" Bartholemy
Got the Spin set myself... Curious to see what you'll make of it!
17. January, 22:56
bughunter
You need a lot of patience ... it is only a idea at the moment and I want to finish other birds.
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I used the upper sides of the second "U" as mounting points for the tailplane struts, since I was not able to cut and be...
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My first update in the new year. There was a nice support with new pictures and drawings, it was too tempting to turn to the tail skid immediately!
I am satisfied with the result - this is one of the nicest detail I ever made. It's really fun when you guys are egging me on too.
2. January, 20:18
Spanjaard
truly exquisite
2. January, 21:49
Ludvík Kružík
What you are showing with the SVA model is complete fantasy. I'm looking forward to the next sequel :-D
2. January, 23:17
bughunter
Thx mates!
@Ludvik You name it "SVA model" Wikipedia says: A model is a simplified representation of reality.
So I create downscaled originals. ;)
2. January, 23:29
Ludvík Kružík
Nevertheless, the result is excellent :) :) :)
2. January, 23:51
Alec K
Taking a seat. Photo 8-10: complete genius!!

Would love to hear you elaborate on your scratch built idea :)
3. January, 13:20
gorbygould
Fascinating and impressive as always Frank!
That tail skid is a thing of beauty in itself.
9. January, 16:07
bughunter
Thank you mates, but I must admit that this project has reached the state "On hold". It converted into a heavy scratch work project, but I do not have solutions for all problems. So I put it to the shelf and started already a hopefully more oob build (complete oob seems to be not possible for me), more soon.
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1:48 Fokker D.V (Special Hobby SH48118)1:48 Gnome 9 Delta / Oberursel U.I (100 hp) Engine (Small Stuff 48104)1:48 Metal Turnbuckles (GasPatch models 48009)2+
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Neuling
Every praise you got here is well deserved!
22. December 2020, 10:32
Kees Kleijwegt
Another masterpiece! Very inspirational work
22. December 2020, 11:43
Alec K
Beautifully done
22. December 2020, 14:31
bughunter
Thank you mates! As soon as I have new air screw decals I will add them.
A good thing that this project was done in one go, not interrupted by others and not ended up as shelf queen.
@Agustin The base is only used a photo base. My models are in a glass cabinet with light from all sights, so a base would block to much light, so also no figure. Instead of paint figures I'm doing more biplanes ;)
22. December 2020, 21:02
Rui S
Beautiful model
26. December 2020, 12:45
bughunter
Thank you Rui!
I hope that I can add some air screw decal soon, the one I own was much to big.
27. December 2020, 18:13
Slavo Hazucha
All the established "classics" are there - the engine, the propeller, the insane rigging (all getting ever more formidable, when one considers how much of it is model and what all is scratch work...), but this time the hero is definitely the paint-job. Had a look at the box-art & thought - "wait, I can do this better..." ? :) In any case, you did it, great job, checked the build story too and that only makes it more of an achievement
1. January, 23:43
bughunter
It is always a pleasure for me to read your detailed and wonderful comments Only a model builder can realize what is really behind such model. Thank you very much, Slavo!
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Project: Fokker D.V
1:48 Fokker D.V (Special Hobby SH48118)1:48 Gnome 9 Delta / Oberursel U.I (100 hp) Engine (Small Stuff 48104)1:48 Metal Turnbuckles (GasPatch models 48009)2+
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bughunter
Thank you Alec! This bird is mostly finished. Two PE parts with aileron control wires and weathering needs to be added. Lovely "Little Jewel Fokker" (title of an Windsock article)!
20. December 2020, 17:46
David Taylor
Nice crimbo present to us bughunter.
20. December 2020, 18:35
bughunter
Thanks David! I guess as present it comes some days to early ;)
21. December 2020, 14:26
bughunter
So again a model is finished! I really like the outcome, mainly due to the Fokker streaking and the scratched parts.
More soon in a new album.

Thank you very much for watching and your comments!
21. December 2020, 16:24
Spanjaard
excellent as usual
please more details about the fix of the lamp ;) i may really need that one day....
21. December 2020, 17:01
bughunter
This bird is finished! Please do not forget to view the final album: Fokker D.V | Album by bughunter (1:48)
@Spanjaard Sorry, I don't have pictures. I had no thick alu, but a thinner plate (I don't know which alloy). I glued the broken pieces with CA and "copied" them. For the long hole (the pin of the lamp) I squeezed both parts together with a thin layer of wood in the middle and drilled the hole. I do not know, how long it will hold the lamp ;)
21. December 2020, 18:35
Daniel Klink
absolute convincing work there Frank.
The underside of the engine cover just wow!!!
21. December 2020, 18:45
Spanjaard
thanks for the info bughunter
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Joshua Strong
I'm confused too, someone told me once select the orientation of the photo to toggle the Advanced settings and then hit the save button!

I understand know, I thought the reassignment button was to "save the changes" of the rotation!

So to be clear once in Advanced settings select the version or orientation of the photo and it is done ?

Once you pick the photo you want nothing else is needed to do?

Or do have toggle the advanced settings and hit save like another person TOLD me to do?

I understand the reassignment button now

But still confused the final steps to complete the work of the changes

Once you toggle the advanced settings button then IS a save button under each photo and least on the mobile website there is?!
17. December 2020, 15:55
Joshua Strong
Sorry

I need a question asked just about the photo rotation

Do i hit save ?

Please talk about writing text is clouding matter for me ?!
17. December 2020, 16:02
Joshua Strong
I just rotated photo in my p-38 album

Once you "select" the version you want all have to do is view or refresh the webpage and "it is done"
17. December 2020, 16:11
bughunter
May be it is helpful to know, that you work on a database, so most of your changes are applied instantly.
17. December 2020, 16:36
Joshua Strong
Instantly got it!!

Thanks !!

Rotate and go as it were ...haha

Save me alot ...save pun intended haha
17. December 2020, 17:31
Joshua Strong
Doing detail painting on my p-38 and coffee as tool needed ...haha

Humbrol 155 insignia red for spinner and small parts highlight and bit of contrast to the aluminum...(not sure what these parts are one look like vent and pipes and a poilt (air speed indicator) not sure the spelling??

It is close to pilot but not and with my poor short term memory loss for term and spelling i Forget what I remember...i have a door hanger that say that too (I should post it) haha

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Thank you Alec!
I managed again to convert a somehow easy kit with not so many parts into a big effort scratch affair. 8) But it was worth it and gives the first aircraft ever to reach 200,8km/h (200km in 59min45sec) a place of honour in my showcase.
13. October 2020, 18:57
gorbygould
What a beauty!
When you go into a model shop I bet all the kit's shout "Pick me", "PICK ME"!
When I go into a model shop the kits just look in the other direction and cough in an embarrassed sort of way. :(
14. October 2020, 14:10
bughunter
Gorby, your comment made my day My models may be nice, but your creative comments are always fantastic!
18. October 2020, 15:36
David Taylor
Awesome build again,the short wings remind me of a couple of pictures from the first world war when they used "Penguins"for ground handling for novice pilots.
18. October 2020, 16:13
bughunter
Thank you David! This bird was also seen with bigger wings and a double amount of rigging. Luckily the kit PE for the wings matches the variant of the museum.
20. October 2020, 19:56
JW
Beautiful work on a very unique subject. It's a shame that two row rotary engine is mostly hidden.
20. October 2020, 20:36
bughunter
Thx JW!
I'll bring up this thread again, since there was still a question about what the flag on the tail means. A colleague found a picture: This seems to be the flag of the Gordon Bennet Cup:
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10. December 2020, 13:54
René "Bilbo" Bartholemy
I'm quite happy to finally get an answer to that question. Without any pun: it bugged me! ;)
11. December 2020, 17:30

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Greg Baker
I didn't say I was against nudity... but it's winter time here in Canada... I'm worried that Fokker is going to catch a chill!
24. November 2020, 23:41
Lochsa_River
AWESOME...
25. November 2020, 00:12
Bart Goesaert
Well, if he didn't catch a chill, he's shrunk considerably..
2. December 2020, 05:11
bughunter
This Fokker is not going to catch a chill in the closed glass cabinet. But I always think of the pilots who sat in the open cockpits of this old struts in the airflow of the propeller even in winter. I can't imagine how you can endure that!
2. December 2020, 18:17
Bart Goesaert
Well given the choice between enduring or being shot....
2. December 2020, 20:03
Andrea Brenco
or dig a trench...
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October 14, 2020

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Has anyone tried to build Armory wheels? The rims do not fit into the tires, needed a lot of sanding! Problem with my piece or generally poor fit?
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The rigging is finished, as far as I'm aware of wires.
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Thank you mates! Daniel, I am very grateful that I have the opportunity to buy and build such great rotary engine kits! I hope that one day the Gnome-N and the Bentley BR.2 are added to the product line, because both are important types (and I have kits for them ;)
5. October 2020, 19:56
bughunter
My mood is not back completely. Made some silly mistakes, which need time to repair and need in general lot of time for easy things ... But I continued!
Some detail painting is needed and the front window is also missing, but then this bird is finished.
I think I will not add a weathering to this flat/matt paint and let it as clean object on display.
10. October 2020, 19:38
Bernhard Schrock
Top! 103: when I should as plane designer solve such a problem I would use exactly the same way... :)
10. October 2020, 19:44
Daniel Klink
Outcome is amazing ... I would also leave out the weathering and present it that way..
Wonderful Frank once agin...
And this is a real Multimediakit
10. October 2020, 21:22
bughunter
... and Multimedia-scratchwork ;)
Thank you Bernhard and Daniel!
10. October 2020, 21:38
David Taylor
Another stunner.
10. October 2020, 22:11
bughunter
Thank you David! Just painted the last details, I think I'm done with it ;)
Final pictures soon.
11. October 2020, 12:22
bughunter
The Monocoque is finished! Don't miss the final pictures here:
Deperdussin Monocoque | Album by bughunter (1:48)
Thanks for watching!
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Gary Dahlström
Oh god, it took me a few seconds to notice the turnbuckles. Just magnificent.
25. August 2020, 15:55
bughunter
@Bernhard, eher frei Schnauze ;) Teilweise gehen die Seile einmal komplett rum, da braucht man dann links und rechts nicht extra spannen. Man muß nur immer dran denken, nur eine Seite zu verkleben und am anderen Ende vorher zu spannen. Ich habe es geschafft, an einem Seil beide Enden zu verkleben, ohne zu spannen. Da durfte dann das ganze Seil nochmal neu, grrr! Als alles fertig war, habe ich die Durchführungen durch die Fläche erst verklebt, damit die besser gesichert sind.
@Gary, most of the turnbuckles are Gaspatch Type C.
25. August 2020, 16:47
Bernhard Schrock
Schlau. Und logisch. Hab's bisher nur im „Kleinen" am Leitwerk wie z.B. Mr. Mulligan oder Bellanca gemacht und nicht so global (Tragfläche) gedacht :). Beim nächsten Projekt probiere ich deine Idee aus.
25. August 2020, 19:01
bughunter
Again a project finished - thanks for watching
Don't miss the final pictures here:
Morane-Saulnier Type I | Album by bughunter (1:48)
25. August 2020, 20:45
Spanjaard
thanks for such a nice build, once more :)
25. August 2020, 22:18
Greg Baker
Geez... even Bugsy's "shelf of doom" inmates achieve greatness...
26. August 2020, 13:40
Greg Baker
Geez... even Bugsy's "shelf of doom" inmates achieve greatness...
26. August 2020, 13:41
Greg Baker
Geez... even Bugsy's "shelf of doom" inmates achieve greatness... Unbelievable as always.
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Mirko Römer
Awesome!!
25. August 2020, 20:59
René "Bilbo" Bartholemy
Mir fehlen die Worte... Wie immer, absolut einwandfrei. Spitzenklasse.
25. August 2020, 21:23
Christoph Kunz
Servus Frank, wieder so ein wunderbares Kleinod. Den BB habe ich irgendwie verpasst :( Den werde ich mir aber noch gönnen.
25. August 2020, 22:09
Spanjaard
simply awesome, as always :)
25. August 2020, 22:17
Rui S
Beautiful bird
25. August 2020, 22:57
Slavo Hazucha
You are really turning up the spiral of productivity to unseen levels... Almost as if you had time to spare these days... ;)

Wonderful result - I´ll stay with the rigging being my personal stunner No.1 on this build. But really the whole thing has kind of a special atmosphere - blending the early-aviation "Bleriot" feeling with the more purpose-oriented fighting machines look of the Great War... Very, very nice
26. August 2020, 06:10
Neuling
I agree with Slavo.
26. August 2020, 07:57
Erik Leijdens
Fantastic work once again
26. August 2020, 07:58
Spanjaard
i agree with Slaveo about spiral of productivity... but you still take no shortcuts in quality. amazing.
26. August 2020, 10:05
Daniel Klink
Once again, amazing result and a museum piece Frank
Amzes me with every of your fantastic builts
26. August 2020, 10:32
Alec K
Beautiful
26. August 2020, 12:06
bughunter
Wow, thank you mates for this huge amount of great feedback!
@Slavo that productive phase was last year ;) As mentioned, I stopped the work on this model after some failed attempts for the windshield and worked on other projects. After finish the Triplane I looked in my project store (two IKEA KVISSLE) and decided to continue on this shelf queen. And I was surprised about the amount of finished and painted modules: wings, skis, engine, wooden airscrew, cockpit. So it was mainly a mounting job. Of course that looks fast!
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Marc Le Bayon
Perfect !!!
Love it !
22. August 2020, 17:05
David Taylor
Nice to see her in the open air Bughunter.
22. August 2020, 18:28
Christoph Kunz
Bild 15 und 16 sind der Wahnsinn, evtl nochmal in schwarz-weiß.
22. August 2020, 18:47
Predrag Ivanovic
Perfect, as always, nothing more to say. I am Just lookking and lerning.
22. August 2020, 19:25
bughunter
Wow, thank you mates for your great feedback! Daniel, I inserted b/w versions after the color pic, for easier comparison. So they get a new number ;)
22. August 2020, 20:04
Alec K
Outstanding outdoor pics Frank, I particularly like 17 and 18
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Thank you Alec, Dominik and for all the likes!
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Already some time ago I made a outragous error, a big mistake and you were kind enough not to point it out to me. When I...
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Collishaws Triplane is done! Added the last batch of WIP pictures. The final album will be added soon.
Since I made a outragous error here a riddle - See the last picture. Who will notice it?
16. August 2020, 11:45
Spanjaard
outrages error indeed.... may i provide you my addess, so you can send this monstrosity so i can hide it forever from sight... except a friend or two, that i will tell i build this myself.... it is the only way i can have beauty like this in my display cabinet ;)
16. August 2020, 13:09
Alec K
I was coming up with my own "outrageous error" smartass remark, but Spanjaard beat me to it... :D
16. August 2020, 13:24
David Taylor
Does'nt detract that it is a stunner.
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16. August 2020, 21:34
David Taylor
Are you going to correct it at the TAIL end or leaving it.
17. August 2020, 15:18
bughunter
Oh, another problem on the tail, I'm not aware of?
The bug I mean is clearly visible already on picture 68. I cannot count and fit the right pulley on the lower wing to the second instead of the third rib. With doing the aileron control wires it became obvious.
17. August 2020, 15:37
Thomas Bischoff
Oh really! Obvious - and I thought you used metric instead of imperial screws :)
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Dominik Weitzer
wow that Looks good!
13. July 2020, 12:21
bughunter
Thank you mates! I'm glad you like it! :)
18. July 2020, 09:24
Mike Kryza
really a masterpiece!
18. July 2020, 09:33
Victor Scale Hamster YT
Cool job! Very nice model!
18. July 2020, 15:54
18. July 2020, 16:37
JOHN THOMAS
Nice work
18. July 2020, 17:34
Bernhard Schrock
I enjoyed the WIP - album and now I'm enjoying the completed album! Top work.
18. July 2020, 17:42
bughunter
Oh, so may answers - Thank you mates!
29. July 2020, 20:53

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