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That Siemens-Schuckert looks really good to me so far.

I wonder how far the modelling went - if it has cockpit interior?

That's where the nasty detail starts, I think.

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Did you count the hours you've put into making this, Bravo?

 

Just found this funny animated graphic from a modeller. Maybe it helps with the details?

 

 

Edited by Olham

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This has been a great project so far. The pit will be detailed as much as I can from the limited resources that are available. The shrouds on the guns were quite the labor of love. This is our first WW1 bird as Bravo and I have made a fair share of WW2 stuff for CFS3. I am also making a Zepplin Staaken (sic) plus a few other WW1 planes. Never understood why the limited number of float planes in OFF......

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A Zeppelin-Staaken! What a treat, NachtPiloten! Which version are you making? The R.VI? I have the Windsock book on the Zeppelin-Staaken series and somewhere I must have the book by Peter Kildoff (I think) called 'The German Giants' (I think), published in the '60's or so.

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Ted , I discovered the book is not by Kilduff but by Haddow & Grosz. There are various pictures of Staakens and other Giants in it, so if you need information about particular details I can look for a picture, scan it and send it to you.

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