[WWI] Jasta 40 Diorama
rob at rob-stewart.to
Tue Oct 13 18:40:55 EDT 2009
I think you may be right.
I found my image files for the tent hanger that I'd downloaded and it
has the website as paperwarbirds.net on it. But that seems to be a dead
site these days.
I guess my link was a bit old.
Clarence Wentzel wrote:
> The web site says that new visitors get three free downloads for signing
> up. It looks like the tent hanger could end up free. Interesting web
> site Rob. Thanks.
> Visit "Clare's Corner" at; http://clarescorner.com
> *From:* Rob Stewart <rob at rob-stewart.to>
> *To:* World War I Modeling Mailing List <wwi at wwi-models.org>
> *Sent:* Tue, October 13, 2009 2:29:22 PM
> *Subject:* Re: [WWI] Jasta 40 Diorama
> Hi Mike, and all,
> There's a card model tent hanger for sale here:
> You download the pdf, and print as many as you like.
> You could either do it in coloured card, or trace it onto you own fabric
> for a more realistic effect.
> It is in 1:60 scale, but with some printer work you could print it ant
> 1/72 quite easily.
> There is also a free one of a smaller type of tent hanger that I have
> already downloaded. I can't find it at the moment, or else I'd email it
> to you.
> Can't find the link either, but it is out there.
> I'll search a bit more later and get back to you.
> Mike Vice wrote:
> > All of this talk about Pheon decals has got me reinvigorated about an
> aerodrome diorama using Pheon's Jasta 40 sheet in 1/72. So, three
> > 1. Does anyone know whether plans exist for creating a German
> wooden hangar--dimensions, etc.?
> > 2. Same question for a canvas one?
> > 3. It appears that Roden would have any type of D.VII that I
> could need, but even at RollModels they're more than $8 each, so a whole
> Jasta could get pricey. The Revell D.VII is only about $5, however.
> Does anyone know which version this is--Fokker, Alb, OAW; early/late?
> > TIA.
> > Mike
> -- Rob Stewart
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> and a ray of sunshine.
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