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Old 10-31-2011, 09:59 AM
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Prudenzio Contest - Camels & Albatroses

Here is a picture of my three Sopwith camels and two Albatroses built in 1/144 scale for the Wings of War game.
Two more planes are under construction.
All of these planes were designed by Zio Prudenzio.

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Old 10-31-2011, 10:14 AM
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Beautiful models, Ken!

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Old 10-31-2011, 10:27 AM
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Cool, looking great keep it up !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 10-31-2011, 03:01 PM
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Thank you Don and Ron.
There is additional information on my builds on the Wings of War forum.
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1/144 Cardmodels by Zakopious
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I have posts on Pages 1 & 2.
Has anybody built any Paper Models ?
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Hi Zakopious,
very nice models indeed.

a year ago I did a few WWI models in 1/100.
here are some pictures of my albatros and Camel.

others I built are:
• Sopwith F.1 Camel (1/100)
• SPAD XIII (1/100)
• R.A.F. SE5a (1/100)
• Fokker Dr.1 (1/100)
• Albatros D.III (1/100)
• Fokker D.VII (1/100)
• Bristol F2B fighter (1/100)
• Sopwith Triplane (1/100)
• Sopwith Pup (1/100)
• Nieuport 17 (1) (1/100)
• Airco D.H.2 (1/100)
• Fokker E.III (1/100)
• Hanriot HD.1 (1/100)
• Pfalz D.XII (1/100)
• Pfalz Dr.I (1/100)
• SPAD VII (1/100)
• Nieuport 11 Bébé (1/100)
• Fokker D.VIII (1/100)
• Nieuport 28c (1/100)
• Pfalz D.III (1/100)
• Sopwith 1 ½ strutter (1/100)
• Sopwith strutter 1 seater (1/100)
• Sopwith 1B1 strutter (1/100)
• RAF BE2e (1/100
• Airco DH.4 (1/100)
• Bristol Scout D (1/100)
• Siemens-Schuckert D.III (1/100)

If you like to try one, let me know.

cheers
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Old 07-05-2013, 08:23 AM
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Beautiful planes !

I built my planes for the WW I Wings of War game.
See: BoardGameGeek | Gaming Unplugged Since 2000

At the present time, I am working on another project so I may not build any more planes for a long time.

Who designed your planes ?

If I build another 1/144 scale plane it would be the Sopwith Triplane.
Unfortunately, the FG Sopwith Triplane has a design flaw and would require some work to correct the flaw.

Ken
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Old 07-05-2013, 08:30 AM
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There is a lot of information on building 1/144 scale WW I planes in paper here:

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Old 07-05-2013, 09:05 AM
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I actually design my airplanes myself.
Attached you find a 1/100 scale Triplane. (no building instructions however, sorry)
I hope there is no flaw in that one.

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Old 07-05-2013, 10:49 AM
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Scissorsandplanes,

Thank you for your Sopwith Triplane.

It appears to be a simple model which is the best kind to build in small scale.
I added your Sopwith Triplane to my bucket list and hope to build it some day.

The flaw in the FG Sopwith Triplane is a cutout in the top wing over the pilot.
The real Sopwith Triplane did not have such a cutout in the top wing.

Your top wing appears to be correct.

Thank you again.

Ken
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Very nice design. I like try DH-4 or Strutters. 1/100 is my natural scale...
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