[WWI] Size: [Was] Albatros D.III

Douglas Anderson djandersonza at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 20 04:45:48 EDT 2007

I woudld have thought teh opposite
  on a smaller scale an imperfection would be more catastrophic, while in a larger scale it would appear less noticable

John Huggins <huggins1 at swbell.net> wrote:
  Also, the larger the scale, the larger the imperfections and the more 
work it takes to cover/fix them. In the smaller scale, a small 
scratch is just that. In a larger scale, it is that much bigger and 
takes that much more to repair. Think about it first.

On Apr 19, 2007, at 10:29 AM, Nicklas, Brian wrote:

> Ooh-Ooh!!
> What he said!
> That and I don't have the bloody room...
> - Brian
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi- 
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> Behalf Of Crawford Neil
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> Subject: Re: [WWI] Added:Albatros D.III
> I don't build in 1/48 because I know how damn silly I get,
> the larger the scale, the more detail I want to add.
> In 1/72 at least it's physically impossible to write the numerals
> on the instruments.
> /Neil C.

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