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Welcome to the WW1 Modeller's List Cookup pages. This is an ongoing project of the W.W.1 Modeler's list. The idea for this online project is to showcase the variety of subjects and markings of the models of World War I. These projects will attempt to show the fun and enjoyment of modeling World War I subjects. And also expose viewers to techniques unique to WWI modeling and the history and study that is unique to the area of WWI study.
The online builds are open to all members of the W.W.I list and will be a completely co-operative projects. The projects will include many list-members some building the models, but also a great number supplying the information and or references that are required to build accurate models of these subjects. As with the Albatros build-up, it is hoped that the end results of the project produce a wonderful example of the elegance and beauty of aircraft from this sometimes forgotten period at the dawn of aviation. We might also just show a few non-modelers how easy these models are to build and how easy it is to become hooked on building them.
If you would like to contribute anything to the various Cookups just contact any of the following people:
Shane & Lorna Jenkins - AFV BBQ, Dicta Ira, Albatros and Sopwith
David Fleming - Giants Cookup
For the latest news and updates on the site, visit the News Page.
One of the basic tenets of the WW1 Modelling List is that you have fun with your hobby. The term "Dicta Ira" comes from Ira who always sign his posts with "Have fun".
So in line with that we present the lighter side of modelling:
|January 2001 to June 2001 : Welcome to the Great Model Sopwith Cook-up. This is part of an ongoing project of the W.W.I Modeler's list. The idea for this online project is to combine the talents of many of the members of the online list to build Aircraft of a specific family from World War 1. Another of the better known families of aircraft from the period were from the Sopwith Aviation Company of Brooklands, London. The Sopwith family, like the Albatros has recieved a deal of attention of late from kit manufacturers. As well there are many limited run and cottage industry kits on Sopwith subjects.
|May 2000 to December 2000 : Welcome to the Great Model Albatros
Cook-up. This is part of an ongoing project of the
W.W.I Modeler's list. The idea for this online project is to combine
the talents of many of the members of the online list to build Aircraft
of a specific family from World War 1.
Some of the most recognizable of the aircraft of the period were the products of Albatros Gesellschaft fur Flugzeugunternehmungen (Albatros). These also just happen to be widely available in model form in the two most common scales of 1/72 and 1/48.
|Welcome to the WWI Modeler's List WWI AFV/Vehicle BBQ. This
site showcases the variety of AFV and Vehicles used in World War I. Here
you will see the start of modern tank warfare as both sides of the conflict
designed and developed these landships. We also include figure models and
artillery models too.
This open to all members of the W.W.I list . The pages on this site will include many list-members showing their models, also a great number supplying information and or references that are required to build accurate models.
WWI Modeling Website - The website for the WWI Mailing list. The site also catalogues the collected talents of the WWI Mailing List.
The World War One Giants - A modeling website on the large Bomber aircraft of WWI displaying the modeling talents of the WWI Mailing list.
This World War One
Modelers Web Ring site owned by Shane
& Lorna Jenkins.
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