Kit: Heller (1:72)
You might want to look away, although this aircraft came from a WW1 film, it's not actually a WW1 aeroplane. It's a Morane Saulnier 230 from the 1930s, that was used in the film as the Adler experimental monoplane that crashes, killing Stachel.
Apart from plating over the front cockpit with a piece of yoghurt tub, the model is OOB, with film markings.
Kit: Revell (1:72)
Built for our club's display theme for 2014: "In The Movies"
The nose and engine have been altered to match the aircraft in the movie, which was fitted with a Gypsy Major engine. The prop is carved from wood.
Same home-drawn decal as the Pfalz, but printed darker, it hurts the eyes even more.
I later added six small bombs under the wings as per a still from the film
Kit: Encore (1:72)
The cowling was opened up and a Siemens 14 engine scratch-built to match the aircraft in the movie. The kit top wing has dihedral, which I removed, which of course means the cabane struts no longer reached the wing! Had I thought about this before I had fixed all the struts in place I could have rectified this properly, but in the event I just added a short piece of strut from the top of the V to the wing.
The lozenge decal is the same as used on the D.VII. The shield marking on the side was drawn on the computer as well, after a failed attempt at hand-painting it.
Kit: Veeday (1:72)
The nose and engine have been altered to match the aircraft in the movie, which was a heavily modified Tiger Moth. The prop is carved from wood. The rest is the basic kit, except for the fin and rudder, so the wings are excessively thick.
The decal I drew up on my computer, based on film stills and photos. I drew it as bolts of fabric, so once applied doesn't really match the film aircraft, as they were hand painted and subtly altered shapes to avoid joins. Still it looks the part, though working with this decal hurts the eyes.