Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Still working with World War One

Greetings everyone,
More shots of some increase in the Mediterranean, few other land changes and some planes set up with ball bearings and magnets, so now we can dive and turn and climb. Also added a German 1916 Parseval Stigsfeld observation balloon.





































19 comments:

  1. Ball bearings and magnets! What a neat idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks AJ...cant take the credit, someone on the Wings of Glory site thought this up a few years ago

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  2. So much to like here Captain - brilliant as ever Sir.

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  3. Super nice creative genius and fun, Capt.

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  4. The gimbals bring the planes to life. I like how you've done the props as well.

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  5. Bonjour cher ami,

    Incroyable cette précision dans chacune des pièces que vous créez !
    Les hélices sont superbes également !

    Gros bisous ❊

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  6. Moi (Hi) Captain
    Magnificent.
    Spad patrol flight looks good, as well Hangars

    US fighter airplane manufacturing began in the French aircrafts after 1920

    At a young age I watched the movie Blue Max, it remains a one favorite film.
    I hope I get to see sometimes the original version.

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  7. unusual and great realisation with a genius idea for the balls and magnets !!

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  8. I've never been too much into historical modelling, but the effect of spinning propeller is just genius in its simplicity! :)

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  9. There is something about these 'stringbags' that appeals to me.

    Great work.

    Tony

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