It does not happen very often that there is a post about a single person's creations, but it is worth making an exception today.
As I started to build war planes a while ago, my goal was to find a scale that is the smallest possible, but still gives me enough room to incorporate many interesting details. I have settled at 1:48. This is the scale at which the MiG-15 and the Bf-109 has been built, and this will be the scale for the next few too. I have never dreamt that it would be worth going smaller.
But the planes of Dieterr89 prove that it is more than worth it. He built an entire air force at 1:70. This is a Messerschmitt 109. It represents the shape and colors of the original aircraft as truly as possible:
Its opponent from the Eastern front is a Lavochkin La-5. This is a truely unique build, you cannot find many Soviet WWII planes built from LEGO. To make it more special, it has a radial engine:
In the case of the desert Ju-87 Stuka it was an extra challenge to build the fixed landing gear and the angled wing:
Its "attacker" is a Spitfire, also in desert camouflage:
As the war progressed, Mustangs started to fly their long range escort missions with jettisonable external tanks:
Its opponent is one of the first jet fighters, a Messerschmitt Me-262. I think this looks even better than the other ones:
We left two modern planes to the end. This is an F-16 Fighting Falcon:
Its pair is a Soviet-build Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29. Notice the nose bending down a bit:
Excellent collection, let's hope there will be more soon!