1/144 Fokker V.1

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by Texman, Dec 1, 2008.

  1. Texman

    Texman Guest

    After a slow building season, I finally got one finished. Attached are a few pics of the Fokker V.1 from Krzychu74 over at mikromodele.cba.pl. The original was 1/100, so I did my usual downsize. Final wingspan came out to 2.25 in, or 5.7 cm.

    Thanks for the kit Krzychu74!


    Attached Files:

  2. Wily

    Wily Member


    I'm ALMOST ready to call "Fake."

    Holy SMOKES! That's tooo cool.

    Love it. :)
  3. dhanners

    dhanners Member

    I bet in real life these models are huge; it's just that you've got a cutting mat the size of a ping-pong table so the models just look small....

    Seriously, that is amazing work. Thanks for sharing the photos.
  4. exzealot

    exzealot Member

    Wow! The only thing missing is the human hair for stringers - but they may be too big for this scale!

    Amazing - nice job.

  5. Texman

    Texman Guest

    Thank you all for the kind words.

    --Ken, I do rig my models. I use a .05 clear nylon thread. This Fokker
    did not have any rigging, but it does have the cockpit installed!

  6. exzealot

    exzealot Member

    I guess that shows my ignorance when it comes to early aircraft.

    What scale is this? 144th?

  7. Krzychu74

    Krzychu74 Member

    I`m surprise with your model. Thank you Texman!

    Best regards.
  8. Jan Kytop

    Jan Kytop Member

    No doubt , small is beautiful!
  9. morewings

    morewings New Member

    V1. without stringers


    'V'1 is the shortform for "V-Verspannungsfrei" the german word for an airplane without any rigging and it's the first of them. V'1'.
    The Fokker V1 was the predecessor of the famous Fokker triplane.
    The Triplane was V4.
    Hi, Texman, excellent model.

    Best regards

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