|john hutton||16/07/2017 09:03:13|
4090 forum posts
Here i am just getting underway , there is you with a mighty fine indeed finished Albee . Great job of work my friend , Red tail fin is very impressive , such a difficult colour to get a nice finish on . See you used the stretchy line for the rigging, tried the finest Ushi stuff on my earlier attempt at a 1/72nd. could not even see the thread to get hold of it , so if i get that far fishing line will be my chosen product. Anyway , top job on your DIII, hope i can get close .
|Si Benson||16/07/2017 09:08:52|
3661 forum posts
Nicely done Mick, the paint works and finished kit look superb
|Mick Charlesworth||16/07/2017 17:58:01|
1679 forum posts
Gents many thanks for your king words, these flimsy aircraft are a real testimony to the pioneers who flew them in combat. I'm amazed that when landing the undercarriage remained in place. I know I've already said never again but there's a little voice in the back of my head keeps saying, never say never
|Allen Dewire||16/07/2017 18:12:50|
1347 forum posts
I think I have the same little voice talking to me. You really have done a bang up job on this one. The Alb is one to take pride in. A nice finish, nice detail and you still have your sanity...What more can you ask for Sir!!!
I can't believe I'm kinda enjoying my little Fokker too. Do want to get back to 1/35 armor, but.....................
|Mick Charlesworth||17/07/2017 15:21:01|
1679 forum posts
Hi Allen, many thanks for having a look. I suppose it's the satisfaction of tackling something outside your comfort zone and doing a half decent job.
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