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Old 19 March 2006, 07:36 AM   #1
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New Project 1:200 Spad XIII Help Painting



I need help for painting this spad XIII, whith italian colors of camuflage.

The airplane riproduction have a france or belgiam coloration, and white and black fotography, these are not right to understand the realy color

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Old 20 March 2006, 02:17 AM   #2
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Crude assemblage
 
Old 20 March 2006, 02:54 AM   #3
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Hi,
You might try to get your hands on "Osprey Aircraft of the Aces" number 39

-SPAD VII aces of WWI-

There are a few colour plates of Italian SPAD VII in that book and I suppose it could give you more information about who used the SP XIII and an idea on how to paint a SPAD XIII too.
I imagine that the colour schemes were similar for both types of aircraft.

What I would like to know is where you've got that beautiful little model and if there are other aircraft types available in that scale...

I hope I have been of some small help to you...
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Old 20 March 2006, 03:38 AM   #4
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thanks, I will try them, these models are one my creation in resin

 
Old 22 March 2006, 10:55 AM   #5
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You actually produce those models ??????

They are great!!!

Is there a list of the available models ?

These models open up a lot of possibilities for wargamers!
There is a thread about Blue Max and so on under gaming... You should advertise these models!

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Old 22 March 2006, 11:07 AM   #6
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Thanks. I have created these models on purpose for blue max 3d and us game with the friends. the scale 1:75 and much beautiful one but involved an enormous table, now have begun to work the resin by hand, to create the stamps in rubber silicon and slowly and been born the first model the fokker dr1 Currently I have created Spad xviii spad ways nieuport 11 neiuport 17 sopwhit camel sopwhith poup albatross diii fokker dr1 fokker dvii s.e.aš junkers cl1 and in working 2 bombers gotha and the Italian

sorry for my terrible english translate by google ^^
 
Old 22 March 2006, 12:19 PM   #7
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They would also be great for a diorama!
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Old 23 March 2006, 03:41 AM   #8
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Don't worry about your English : the models speak for themselves !
I think you definitely have a winner here!
I think you should try to produce them in larger numbers and perhaps open up a web-store or something.
A lot of war-gamers ( Blue-max players like yourself ) will jump on the opportunity to get their hands on them... if the price is right of course









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Old 24 March 2006, 01:31 AM   #9
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The problem and that they are realizes to you by hand, that is is not created with one stamp to infusion, but to tap, with times of xsiccation of hours. The stamps have an imperfection tolerance, than an expert modellista it can arrange, with stucco and skill. With this system, every realized model engages me 60 minuteren and has a cost of equal materials to 3 euro of sun leaves in resin, which it goes added the decals to us, and the ferretti, and equal knot to 3.50 euro is gone to cost. More on 3 models it realizes 1 and defective one to you and to throw. In order to obtain the 30 models that I have created perfect to mount, of it I have 50 defective, with bubbles, lacking parts. These models could be recover to you, but only in expert hands, and behind a complex job, that is they could not re-enter in sale parameters. Mine and a job from private, been born in order to recreate the game of blue max 3d

my problem and not to create a model in this perfect scale, but to create one perfect stamp. That is to be able to start one possible production, my obsolete, slow method and and far away from one possible production.
 
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Now i've starded new wwii project on scale 1:300, this is my fist production
 
 

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