Building the Roland D.VIa Wingnut Wings #32022

1/32 scale

by Michael Capell © 2011 Modeler Site

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Wingnut modellers could be considered as the hobby equivalent to Junkies, always looking for the next fix to sedate their plastic passion, and this particular kit delivers by the box full!. It's worth spending some time looking over the instructions, especially as there are options depending on which colour scheme you go for. This is one of the reasons I enjoy modelling aircraft from this period, colour, none of your dreary modern Grey stuff here!


No prizes for where we begin, the cockpit and engine assembly require little preparation any mould seams are very light. When ever I can I try to leave the parts attached to the sprue which makes it so much easier to hold whist painting, something that Wingnuts have taken into account . Especially when using oil paints for wood effects and can be easily smudge due to its extended drying time.

You can never have enough clamps especially the small bulldog versions and are relatively cheap

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