ATTRES 004 1/32 Fokker DR.I/DVI cowling
Replacement for the Roden 1/32 offering, requires small amount of sanding of the kits "chin" to meet the lower edge.
Modelled accurately for the first time!
A dedicated P/E set for firewall and inspection panel will follow in the new year.
Designed by Richard Andrews
Mastered by Gerry Mos, Ron Kootje and Auke Elsinga
Cast by Ron Kootje
2) Cut cowling from casting block. Score with scalpel several times to release then trim and sand flat with wet and dry (wear suitable particle mask to protect your lungs from resin dust). Offer up replacement Aviattic cowling and attach, temporarily, with masking tape.
3) Sand (use wet and dry) underside of front fuselage to meet these lines, creating a graceful curve to meet cowling
4) Apply P/E firewall and access hatch (soon to be released Pheon/Aviattic accessory set) if desired, or paint firewall aluminium, then glue engine and cowling in place.
ATTRES 016 1/32 German Siemens Halske SHIII 11 cylinder engine resin and p/e kit
Used in the Siemens Schuckert DIII and IV, Pfalz DR1 and DVIII as well as many other experimental types
Resin and photo etch parts
ATTRES 018 1/32 WW1 German large Fuel Cart (Upright) - masters by Simon Grzywocz
Of the type that re-fuelled the "G" and "R" type aircraft, Gothas, AEG, Staakens etc
Mastered for Aviattic by Szymon Grzywocz
Download PDF instruction leaflet - kindly supplied by Dave Hooper
Cast by Ron Kootje
ATTRES 024 "Götterdämmerung" 1/32 Late war German pilot and mechanic with ladder
Sculpted by Doug Craner this set includes ladder (your own "chain" or "rope" needed to complete)
Cast by Ron Kootje
ATTRES 027 Gaspatch 1/32 Vickers "Balloon" gun x 1 (only) - for Spad XIII
Item is a Gaspatch product, normally sold in pairs from
ATTRES 028 WW1 Late war German seated pilot with 5 optional heads
Sculpted by Doug Craner this high altitude attired pilot is designed to allow positioning of arm and feet on various cockpit parts.
Includes 5 x head options (including "Göring" by Nino Pizzichemi from the "Luftkrieg 1919" range - see www.luftkrieg1919.com)
ATTRES029 WW1 1/32 German pilot head set x 5
2 x heads feature late war anti-frost protection leather face masks lending a very sinister "dieselpunk" appearance...
4 x heads mastered by Doug Craner, "Göring" head from the "Luftkrieg 1919" range sculpted by Nino Pizzichemi
ATTRES030 WW1 1/32 Tripod movie camera
Based on mahogany and walnut cased film cameras of the period this piece is sculpted for Aviattic by Doug Craner.
Beautifully made with brass fittings, similar cameras were used by all sides but very little footage from the period remains.
We were inspired by Anthony Fokker's enthusiastic documentation of pilots, friends and life both at factory and warfront. His early passion for photography has left us a rare glimpse of the 14-18 air war. So many records were destroyed that the survival of hours of his movie film and box camera photographs is a miracle. Much of it is held in the collection of Steven Spielberg's Holocaust Memorial and available on-line for viewing.
OUT OF STOCK - RESTOCK DUE NOVEMBER
ATTRES 033 1/32 "Stripped" rudder for Fokker DR.I and DVI
Please allow 6 - 8 weeks for delivery from placing order
If ordered with other items dispatch will be delayed until complete order in stock, unless by arrangement.
ATTRES 038 Ltd Edition "Cap'n Eddie" Rickenbacker Ansaldo Balilla set (resin and p/e)
Includes suitcase which was tied to the wing struts as Rickenbacker toured around the States post war - and set a new world speed record!
Additional fuel tank "sump" and length of brass for connection rod and p/e additional louvres for the forward starboard cowling.
ATTL 01 Ltn. Frank Luke Jnr. 27th Aero Squadron Limited Edition booklet and decal set (figure sold out)
Limited to 150 sets
1/32 Decals and booklet set.
3 Spad XIII decal options with enough roundels etc to build 2 of the three aircraft.
Full colour profiles and decals designed by Pheon Decals.
Colour research by Rowan Broadbent and Richard Andrews
Artwork with kind permission by Russell Smith
Full colour booklet biography based on research by Stephen Skinner (author of "The Stand") and colour references by Alan Toelle
ATTL 02 Anthony Fokker
Sculpted by Doug Craner, includes specially commissioned 3D printed Fokker DVII prototype...
ATTL 03 1/32 Ltn Josef Jacobs
Inspirational leader of Jasta 7, loved by his Staffel members and master of his agile but soon outdated black painted Fokker DR1 triplanes, which he continued to fly with great success despite the availability of more advanced types...
Sculpted by Doug Craner, standing for his photographic portrait with one of the Staffel's mascot dogs.
ATTL 06 Rittmeister Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen "The last patrol"
Sculpted by Nino Pizzichemi
The Baron walks to his waiting triplane chatting and joking with his Staffel pilots.
He is using the "Geschwaderstock" a carved walking stick which on his death was handed down to Jasta 11's next commander, Hermann Göring.
Over his silk pyjamas he wore a full set of one-piece overalls with his favourite black leather, wool lined jacket over them.
Round-lensed goggles and a lined flying helmet, reindeer-skin boots over his laced footwear, a white silk scarf at his neck.
We know now that Richthofen was suffering from combat fatigue and the stress of command. His responsibilities weighed heavily on him. However, he maintained the trust, adoration and dedication of all those around him and it is that spirit I wanted to capture with this tribute sculpt.
Figure includes two heads, one with cap, one with flying helmet and two hand options. A beautiful "Geschwaderstock" in his right hand.
A postcard of an original Brian Knight painting of the Baron's red Fokker DR.I (from my collection) is offered strictly with the first 100 figures sold.
"The last patrol.."
Rittmeister Manfred Baron von Richthofen
1/32 resin casting, sculpted by Nino Pizzichemi
ATTRES 039 1/32 Ltn Werner Voss w/etched brass goggle and medal set
Sculpted by Nino Pizzichemi with Pheon designed etched goggle, medal and medal decals set.
Box art figure painted by Keigo Murakami
Modelled as he appeared, casually dressed in a favourite ribbed jumper and coat, fatigued and war weary on that fateful day his brothers arrived at the aerodrome to take him on leave.
Just on more patrol....