Portrayed is Ernst Udet's well-known "Du Doch Nicht!!" (loosely translated as "Oh No You Don't!"), an early Fokker-built Fokker D.VII, assumed to be in the 200 series, but unfortunately the serial number is unknown. Udet went on a phenomenal scoring run in this aircraft in June 1918, gaining no less than ten victories that month before having it shot from under him by the gunner of a Breguet 14 on 29 June. In this particular engagement, a swirling dogfight with SPAD XIII's of SPA.96 on 25 June, Udet gained two more victories, the second being Cpl. Aury. This was also the last victory for "Du Doch Nicht!!"
The markings are based on the latest research of Dan-San Abbott, who has found new evidence that the white marking on the top of the fuselage was a single stripe, not two as he had previously depicted.
Unfortunately, as noted in the notes on the other Jasta 8 rendering, the pilot of this aircraft is unknown.
As with the other DVII you already have from me, this is modeled in 3D Studio Max R3.1, textures in Photoshop, rendered in Lightscape. The terrain was created in GenesisII, sky in Bryce3D (yes it does get complicated compositing it all together!).
Thanks to Dan-San Abbott for the markings, and much thanks to Mike O'Neal (ASAA) for all of his help in trying to teach a modeler to be an aviation artist.