[WWI] Roland CIIa
dh4126 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 8 10:05:01 EST 2007
Purple-Green shows up in the Profile Pub. on the
Roland C.II. The biggest problem with this source is
its age (1966), making it an older interpretation and
less likely to be accurate. However, I might add that
there is some discussion on the light blue camo in the
Profile, based on period descriptions of the coloring.
--- Andy Bannister <a.bann at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> I don't have the datafile to hand as I'm at work but
> I've only ever seen brown/green or overall light
> blue before and I'm fairly certain those are the
> camo schemes mentioned in the datafile. I don't
> think purple/green is correct but I could be wrong.
> > From: James and Linda Fahey
> <fahey.j.l at clear.net.nz>
> > Date: 2007/02/08 Thu AM 07:46:37 GMT
> > To: World War I Modeling Mailing List
> <wwi at wwi-models.org>
> > Subject: [WWI] Roland CIIa
> > Hi Everyone
> > Eduard's new Weekend edition of the Roland CII
> sports the familiar shark
> > mouth markings. What struck me as different is the
> box artwork which shows a
> > mid brown and mid green camo scheme. Previously I
> have seen models in a
> > purple/dk green finish as in Bob Laskodi's Aug
> 2000 article over at IM:
> > What do you think about Eduard's interpretation?
> Is it more accurate?
> > Cheers
> > James
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