[WWI] douglas in luanda (was: Under construction)
ibancorp at TDS.net
Thu Feb 15 19:26:12 EST 2007
Douglas Anderson wrote:
> I have a few projects that are currently ongoing. Problem is work, I spend most of my time in places that only mercenaries and missionaries visit.
having known lots of both (and relief/aid workers too) i can't help
being curious; which category do you place yourself in? :)
p.s. i'd love to see shots of the supermarine air yacht in progress.
what inspired that one? did it fly one of the england-to-africa routes?
> Currently all of my models are civilian bar one, an Eduard Albatross DII. This is also teh only kit that I am currently building. Actually, still deciding on a colour scheme. The others are:
> 1/16 scratchbuild Airco DH6, and 1/48 Scratchbuild Supermarine Air Yacht. I am also contemplating building a model of an early seaplane in a bottle. These are the static models. I will also be building an R/C Sopwith Dove. Most of these will be finished by the end of the year.
> The models taht have actually been physically started are the Supermarine Air Yacht and the DH6. When I get back home from this hitch in Luanda I will be cutting balsa for the Dove and make a start on the Albatross.
> Dennis Ugulano <djuggie at comcast.net> wrote:
> But you feel the surge building in you don't you? Soon a WW1 plane will
> explode from your fingertips with a speed that will amaze you.
> What will number one be for you? You can tell us. We are all friends
> here. :-)
> email: djuggie(at)comcast(dot)net
> Page Revised 7/8/2006
> "Each modeler will rise to their own level
> of masochism."
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