Vzfw. Jacobsen's Albatros DIII 2090/16 with Jasta 31 markings. Dabbling on
fuselage according to Dan-San Abbott were trumpet shaped flowers petals with
dark stamens and surrounding leaves. Aircraft appeared in this scheme on
Guesnain Airfield between June 23 and July 12, 1917.
Building and painting comments; Rub-n-Buff silver on ammo boxes. RAF
Middlestone brown for airscrew and interior, wood graining applied
with .005 Micron brown pen on bulkhead and floor. Rigging done with .005
fishing line. .080 drill bit used through tops of struts after the struts
are glued in place. Knot tied and small drop of acc applied to each. Front
bulkhead bracing cut out. Used kit's national markings with Humbol white
used for flowers (painted with 0/0 brush) with Humbol dark blue painted in
the centers. Polyscale dark olive used for the leaves. Base fuselage
painted Brunswick green (light green as used on the top of the wings).