1/32 Fokker DVII "lozenge" wing decals for Wingnut Wings model..
This choice was offered as each aircraft would have had a different Tarnstoff (Lozenge) fabric "footprint". I didn't want all your models to look the same!
Here's a guide to help you choose...
1) Select which manufacturer produced your chosen subject, Fokker, Albatros or O.A.W? We have followed the old Dan san Abbott dicta that each manufacturer had their own method of applying the linen bolts to airframes. It is borne out by study of many photographs but is not written in stone and many variations occurred. Study any available references and photos, if you have them, to make as "informed" a choice as possible..
2) Your research, or WNW instruction manual, will show whether covered in 4 or 5 colour Tarnstoff "Lozenge" and likely colour of rib tapes...
3) Decide whether to model it in new condition ("Factory Fresh" option) or a well weathered machine ("Faded") - evidence suggests to us that a faded palette is due to perished dopes and varnishes muting the original, bright colours - not the colours themselves fading in the aircraft's short service life. The most accurate rendition would be to use the "Factory Fresh" versions and mute them with mist coats of discoloured varnish and weathering filters to achieve the muted look..our "Faded" versions are a short-cut to this effect.
Why not add our gorgeous Fokker seat, modelled correctly for the first time ever and exquisite Gaspatch Spandau machine guns?
That should help!...if not email me
ATTRES 022 WW1 German Fokker type seat and cushion
Modelled accurately for the first time - the distinctive "flare" sided Fokker type aircraft seat, with cushion cast separately
Cast by Ron Kootje
OUT OF STOCK - PRE-ORDER NOW FOR SEPTEMBER DELIVERY (delayed due to unusually hot weather and impossible casting conditions)