Central Powers Model Images
by Jean-Pascal Maire

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Albatros Models

Kit: Eduard (1:48)

They are Albatros DII profipack, Albatros DIII, Albatros DIII profipack, Albatros DIII OAW, Albatros DV, Albatros DVa, Albatros DRI. I've a lot of problem with the decals, one part of them, in water, herself detach in thousand pieces .... the other part became white with the Micro Set and Sol and for finishing the white of cross are so clear. For the wood, I' m useful the technic of World War I Modeling Page with acrylique paint, oil paint and for finishing yellow acrylique clear paint. Do be careful with the Humbrol clear paint, I've a problem with the solvent of this paint and oil paint.


Albatros Dr.I

Kit: Eduard (1:48)

D I paint the d├ęcal of Albatros DRI and DV, because some Eduard colors are Horrible.


Central Powers Group Photos

Kit: assorted (1:48)

Jean-Pascal has sent in these group photos of his Central Powers planes


Pfalz DIII and DIIIa models

Kit: Special Hobby (1:48)

For the DIII of Verner Voss, I have mixed Humbrol paint (1 part of #56, 1 part of #149 and 2 part of #22) for do the silbergrau. For the DIIIa of Bethge, I painted the fuselage with Humbrol #22 and Airbrush, for do the band I used some tape and paint with airbrush at Silbergrau. I had a lot of problem with decals the first time, I resolved this problem with a varnish applied with a airbrush. For the lozenge, I put the Eduard calque and after painted all with brush and acrylic Prince August paint. For finishing I used a varnish.


Pfalz DIIa

Kit: Special Hobby (1:48)

The DIII of jasta 1 and 11 are 5 or 6 years's old.


Fokker D-II

Kit: Gabvia (1:48)

In first time, I'm thank the friend wich have to send me a document on this plane. I haven't a problem with this kit. I've just to put a rigging piano on the end of wing's mast. After, I' drill the wings for glue the mast with cyano. The cable are in fishing thread.


Fokker D.VII

Kit: Roden (1:48)

Completed photos of 9 Roden and 2 Eduard kits. Jeam-Pascal took one year to complete these kits. His comments: "They are a lot of work on Roden Kit."


Fokker D.VIII

Kit: Eduard (1:48)


Gotha G.III

Kit: Copper State Models (1:48)

Jean-Pascal's first batch of images of his Copper State Models Gotha G.III


Gotha G.V

Kit: UNK (1:UNK)

I' m surrounded at home for the job and I was able to resume Gotha. I use plans of Windsock, I did not respect them completely for the accesses of the post machine gunners because photos show them opened A+

After a so long delay, Having worked on our new house, I was able to begun again Gotha. I painted the lozange in the brush because those this were not weaved on this plane. You have a very good picture on the windsock datafile. I work to the engine hood, they are horrible, I do in scratch the white plastic, original are blue.....


Gotha

Kit: UNK (1:UNK)

Jean-Pascal's December and January updates to his Gotha project.


Gotha

Kit: UNK (1:UNK)

Jean-Pascal's February-March updates on his Gotha project


Gotha G.V

Kit: UNK (1:UNK)

Jean-Pascal's Finished Gotha G.V


Halberstadt CL.IV

Kit: Tom's Modelworks (1:48)

TOM'S MODELWORKS 1/48 I'm not sure to the paint of fuselage.I ve seen WINDSOCK DATAFILE in my friend's house, I've looking a blue fuselage? When i had finish I've seen on the website a camouflage on a fuselage. But I'ts a creasy vacu I don't to time the work on this kit but it's more than 100 h.


Lloyd C.V

Kit: Special Hobby (1:48)

Finished kit -- plywood technique uses acrilic and oil paints.


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