Posted by nzflyer21 | 07-18-2019 @ 12:04 AM | 308 Views
Hello there again,

I managed to spend a short period out in the garage this afternoon and placed a few of the stringers in place . They. seemed to fit nicely and come to the right place at the tail. Tomorrow I will start getting the tailplane dry-fitted ant worked out.
I see that the full-size version had the rudder and elevator control horns internal the fuselage, which I think I could replicate ok.
I spent some time surfing the net looking for the correct colours for the French roundels and came across the information about the origin of the French roundels and that it was the practice of a good number of emerging WW1 airforces to use the circle to place their emblem into. The French it appears looked back to the past to make use of the colours of the tricolored cockade red, white and blue. Of the 1789 period of the French revolution. Well, I hope that this is reasonably correct. I found it interesting to read.
The next bit of research will be to find out the correct colours of the 5 colour camouflage scheme used on the Morane Saulnier A1
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Posted by nzflyer21 | Yesterday @ 11:29 PM | 14 Views
Hello again
Well a very productive afternoon in the garage today, I was able to get the tail fin and rudder completed and bend the piano wire for the rudder control as well.
Also made a couple of plywood tabs for the fin into the fuselage for extra support. I know there will be flying wires to support, but I thought it would help stiffen everything up.

Well feeling very pleased with myself, taking my time and hopefully everything will turn out good.