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Fokker D VII - Legoland scale.
I love the challenge of modelling in Legoland scale and have recently realised that WW 1 planes are well suited to the scale. A couple details are slightly off, but I think this came out reasonably well wouldn't you say? Hope you enjoy...
About this creation
The Red Baron test flew this variant of the Great War's reportedly-best fighter, many of its design features suggested by the Blue-Max himself. It had its faults but was applauded for being able to make an effective pilot out of the most average of candidates. Unfortunately for Manfred Von Richthoffen, he died shortly before they entered service in 1918.












Rudder turned and cocpit...





Comments

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  June 4, 2013
I'm looking at aeroplanes now! I like this one because the scale looks good and there's some interesting PU too. I like the wings and how you've done the struts and the mini-fig brackets for attaching the instruments is neat. I love that little tail-wheel: very clever :)
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  December 3, 2012
Hey!! Great job, here! I think you did much better than I did!! Just talking about the scale, that really fits the minifig'size, it's an excellent build. I have hard time to reduce scale... Your choice for the fragile landing wheels is clever. Nice stickers, too.
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  May 16, 2012
Sweet work, biplanes are awesome.
Parrington Levens
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White Knight
  October 19, 2011
Spot on !.....
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  August 20, 2010
cool hold time model ,,,,,bravo
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  May 12, 2010
Quoting marc gniewyk nice job
Thax MArc, hey when you going to post something?
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  May 11, 2010
nice job
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  April 21, 2010
Very nice biplane! I really like the red, well done.
  February 19, 2010
i like it real good job
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  February 12, 2010
Very nice biplane! Every feature seems just right, and a knock-out job on that tail too! Very well done.
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  February 6, 2010
i really like the wings. but maybe you could make the horizontal tail fins a bit bigger.
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  February 2, 2010
Talk about shelfbusters... This biplane is so beautiful I'd buy three of them if they were out on the market! Way better than the official Indy set...
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  February 2, 2010
Lovely, though isn't it a bit strange that a German WWI fighter can be so cute? Great build.
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  January 30, 2010
Fantastic!
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  January 29, 2010
Nice plane, good use of parts for the wings !!
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  January 29, 2010
Love it! I think I see Snoopy, in his Sopwith Camel, headed this way!~H
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  January 28, 2010
That is a good plane! The great war if someone just didn't go out to get a sandwich!
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  January 28, 2010
excellent build, parrington! I love it!
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  January 28, 2010
Quoting Crimso Giger SO CUTE !!! And your photos skills and background keep getting better and better ! Sweet MOC !
Cheers mate, like you and John Moffat say, it really is a cute little model, especially in real, I don't think I have the heart to dismantle it! So the new backgrounds are working, I'm glad. Cheers...
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  January 28, 2010
:)
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  January 28, 2010
SO CUTE !!! And your photos skills and background keep getting better and better ! Sweet MOC !
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  January 28, 2010
Great job!!
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  January 28, 2010
It's cute =D
 
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