Building the Albatros D.V Wingnuts Wings #32009
by Michael Capell © Modeler Site
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If I had to choose my favorite aircraft from the WW1 era, it would have to the Albatros D.V. For me it has a certain character and design which makes it stand out from the crowd. Add the four different colour schemes included , with more on the way, makes it a must buy for the discerning modeller.
The instructions do illustrate a rather crowded interior but it is incredibly easy to build. I found that I had to use nearly every different type of paint available to complete it . Oil paint for the wood effect, Alclad on the metal parts , acrylics on the remainder and finally an dark enamel wash over the seat belts. An education on its own.
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