Kit: Revell (1:28)
Revell 1/28 scale kit #04744. Factory Fokker finish first. Red on top. Revell
decals aren't so great. Some scratch build in cockpit.
Revell WW1 Aces kit, 1/28 scale. Jasta 15 Lt. Hans Muller Fok Dr1 218/17.
Pilot getting ready for take-off as ground crew starts engine. Crew and pilot
required some manipulation.
Revell Early Aces 1/28 scale
Refueling Rittmeister Carl Bolle of Jasta Boelcke, 413/17 with Balkenkruez.The
yellow band represents his former unit. Guns a have Oigee telescopic sight.
More info and original photo on http://www.jastaboelcke.de/
Inkjet decals made with MS Paint. The fuel drum is a wooden dowel with styrene
strips and Tamiya putty. Pump is odd parts of sprue. Ground crew melted, cut,
bent, putty and glued.
This was the 1969 issue Revell Triplane kit #-H252:150. It came with the
decals for Werner Voss, however they were not usable. The pilot is from
another Dr1 kit reshaped to resemble Voss. This plane, Fok F1/103, was the
plane he lost his life while flying.
Revell 1/28 WW1 Aces kit. MVR with mechanic and photographer posing with
prototype as delivered. After reading all of the debates, I sided with the
clear doped linen people as oppossed to the blue doped linen for Fok FI 101,
102 and 103. The photos do suggest that they were not as heavily streaked,
therefore lighter in color. The tools, tool box, some cock pit and camera were
scratch built. The people were extensively modified and repositioned.