Great site. Keep up the good work. Your pictures of the Mercedes DIII engine are good reference for a project I am working on, and I appreciate them very much!
I AM A WW 1 AIR WAR FAN AND I FOUND GREAT JOY IN YOURS CITE AND PROFILES.DEFINITELY A GOOD AND PAINFUL JOB .THANK YOU , ΣΒ
Great site! Thank you for doing this. Your walk around photos at the museum are fantastic. Most helpful. have a good 2015
Your work is amazing and impressive. Each piece pulls your attention toward it with your placement making something new to find each time. Great work! You are a true artist.
I was searching some detailed pictures about the Hiero engine and I found your website. Thank you for your precious contribute and all the best from Italy!!
Ssorry I mistyped my e-mail address. This is the right one.
What brand of paint did you use for your olive drab DR1. Also the tail looks like it is gray charcoal. Was everything spray painted.
Sorry about my spelling . My reference to the cross on Werner Voss' plane in Jasta Boelcke,was I believe an ancient Nordic GOOD luck cross.I have no way to edit, so feel free to correct or edit me. PEACE
I was looking for a paint scheme for my P.Z. R.C. Albatross D.Va . You fulfilled my needs and more. Im going with the Werner Voss colors. Famous for taking on 5 British Aces at once,and some say a better pilot than the Red Barron .The addition of the god luck cross is unique , I new some WWI planes had it,including British and Spads flown by Americans ,of course only later did it represent its more famous meaning.Great Job
Awesome website and great job on your models.
Great Webside of You!
Marco from Germany
Amazing site so much great references and models of a very high standard, well done.
WOW I feel I have won a jackpot. Interest in Jastas for over a year and difficult to discover the who and what. Your site very helpful.Thank You. If you have photos of pilots to post next to their planes I would be exceedingly happy. As I find things I will send them if I can.Happy Trails! J
Excellent reference material !
Your models are crisp and sharp looking, the detail is superb, and they look very authentic. Wonderful!
Man, you build some beautiful models! I have a load of WWI kits I plan to build in unusual markings (Siberian Morane L, Far East Republic Re.8, Bulgarian Fokker D.VII, Slovenian Albatros D.III, Austrian Heimwehr Fliegerkorps Hansa Brandenburg C.I, for instance), and I hope mine turn out half as nice as your models!
I love your model builds. Excellent!
Do you have an entry, etc., regarding HOW to make wood propellors for 1/48 and/or 1/32 scale WW.I aircraft.
I just can'tfind anything on that...
Anything would be very appreciated..
Thank you ...
Sorry my english is very bad. Your work is superb. I put some pics of your planes in modelismoymodelistas.blogspot.com for example of de argentinian modellers and put too your direct page link for the same interest. Thank you for exist for us. Best reggards
I was intrigued you said the ships are on scale 1/700, but when I see the pictures, you wouldn't say! The level of detail is fantastic! Nice water too, looks very cool.
If you need some detail pictures of the aircraft in Brussels museum, ask them to me, I can go there easily :-)
If you have the chance to go to Madrid, you should do the cuatro vientos aircraft museum, a lot of old and nice aircraft there too...
Well, speak to you later and keep up the good work!
SHIPS! Go ahead!!!
Thanks for walkarounds!
And yours models its very good!
I love your web !, are the aircraft original built in 1914/18? or replica?
Not only are your models of exceptional standard, but also the structure, and contents of your website. A true inspiration for me, and for many others I am sure. I salute your efforts.
kudos Marek... awesome site! I build in 1/72 scale and after building hundreds of W.W. ll airplanes, I've just begun working on my first W.W.l aircraft. Your craftsmanship and photos are inspiring! I have bookmarked your page so I may return often for research. Keep 'em real...
Superb models! Fantastic pictures and profiles!
Regarding the website, it also turned out to be one of my reference sites!
Wish you all the best!
Excellent overall! The approach to all those engineering datails and technology, the models' craftmanship and high-quiality photos...
This must be a reference web-site.
Thanks and all the best!
Very neat works.
Excellent site! Nicely done!
Wonderful work. I came upon your site while trying to find out a bit more about Paul Tarascon's Nieuport 11 and "Zigomar". As far as I can learn, Zigomar was series of pre-war French films and one was titled "Zigomar-Peau d'Anguille" which translates as eelskin. So why the rooster I wonder. (The sub-title of the film needs no explanation. It is "Le Brigand de l'Air".) Any thoughts? I believe I will get the model and build it. Thank you for sharing your work. DM
Thank you for an excellent site. I've never seen anything chronicled so well as your builds. The Pfalz D.IIIa presentation - a prime example - I have never seen that paint scheme before.
I stumbled across your site while I was searching for information on Morane Saulnier Type N, and Fokker EV / DVIII aircraft, for a winter build of each - free-flight models.
Thanks again for this excellent (bookmarked) site!