[WWI] “Mojo motivater”
dfernetti at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 11:03:03 EDT 2020
Sorry to hear about your partial loss of vision! That's a tragedy and even
more for a fellow modeller.
A very nice kit without fuss is the Roden Junkers D.I. It's fairly accurate
and quick to build, and you can spend some interesting time painting the
corrugated surfaces. A more difficult kit to find, but very pleasing was
the ancient Meikraft Dornier D.I.
As for "lattice tails", the Eduard DH2 is absolutely fantastic OOB, but
quite a handful to tackle.
For something odd, and relatively challenging to build (it has something
like lattice thingies) and extremely fun to put together, the Roden PKZ-2
Austro Hungarian helicopter is a good choice. You might consider making a
simple base like Pedro Soares did
On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 10:53 AM Charlie Duckworth <omahaduck at gmail.com>
> Thanks Matt, you provided a topic for what kit(s) does the list members
> recommend to get your OT mojo working again? Since I lost my right eye
> (detached retina) I’ve have the same issue and need some motivation (I tend
> to lean towards the British lattice tails and odd French a/c which aren’t
> exactly quick builds). So what OT kit is out there, any scale, that you
> found that helped to get you jump started again and back to the work bench?
> Charlie Duckworth
> On Mar 10, 2020, at 8:16 AM, Matt Bittner <mbittner at cbrnp.com> wrote:
> I have no idea when I first started. I believe IM started in 1998 so it
> was sometime before that. Unfortunately my on-topic modeling has seriously
> waned. The past two years - with so many life changes and family affairs;
> lots and lots of changes, loss and and an acquisition - have been
> extremely rough, especially in terms of the hobby, but I'm slowly coming
> back. Not with anything on-topic, I'm working on other stuff to get my mojo
> back. Not only have I delved into the dark side, but I've also been mostly
> modeling in 1/144. I have one 1/72 'tweener I'll finish before I start on
> something for the Omaha Nats, I think in 2022. Not sure what it will be,
> though. I do have an AZ Albatros C.III that was sent for review, so just
> maybe. But I would also like to work on something French. Maybe finish
> something that's been in-progress for eons. MoS Type AC? Strutter (although
> I have never found an underside pic)? I have an Eduard D.V really close to
> finishing; maybe that? Who knows. Sigh...
> On 3/9/2020 2:30 PM, Diego Fernetti wrote:
> Thanks to a few offlist messages today, I thought that the WW1 Modelling
> website and its mailing list are the oldest habits I keep while navigating
> the internet.
> Since I started visiting the website, the connection to the digital world
> has changed a lot, as we all know it too well.
> Early on, hooking up into the net meant a quite defined purpose in mind
> even before the "scream of a thousand robots" on the phone line meant we
> were ready to surf. I learned of the WW1 modelling website by a link
> PRINTED in a bloody magazine page! I duly followed the arcane words
> (curses?) and after a series of loading backgrounds, links and whatnot I
> finally could see the index page, sprinkled with little Albatrosen. Opening
> a single image in the Gallery meant a lot of patience with my slow internet
> connection of 1996! And of course, the mailing list archives.... what was
> that? Who were Sandy Adam, Lee Mensinger and John Impenna? What kind of
> creature was a Weier? It took me more than a year of learning the ropes to
> actually subscribe to the mailing list, which meant an average of 80 daily
> emails on my inbox!
> So, how did you discovered this website and the mailing list? And when was
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