Wildmann Graphics Iron-on WW1 Lozenge Camo Fabric

Feb 03, 2009 3 Comments by

Literally hot off the printing presses, this new very easy to apply, Iron-on WW1 German Camo is now available from Wildmann Graphics.

This great new printed fabric Lozenge fabric is the work of Chris Sellmann of Wildmann Graphics and I have to tell ya, it’s great stuff! All you have to do is roll it out and iron it on! The Ink is printe directly onto a SolarTex like fabric called WildTex, and it goes over curved surfaces very easily using an ordinary covering iron! Since it is a fabric, all you have to do is seal the weave when you’re done with a spray clear coat such as Krylon Crystal Clear (for gasoline) or with Great Planes Lustor-Kote spray (for glow power). Chris is a Giant scale modeler at heart with a passion for WW1 biplanes, so, he has accurately reproduced the 4-color camo pattern in upper- and lower-wing surface schemes as well as in the 5-color pattern. Available in 1/4-scale these fabrics are available in 2 meter rolls and cost $70.

wildmanngraphics.com; (406) 892-1911


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3 Responses to “Wildmann Graphics Iron-on WW1 Lozenge Camo Fabric”

  1. Steve Grimes says:

    I’m buliding the Zeppelin-Staaken XIV”R” Bomber that in jule 2010 of Model Aviation. Do you have the color Lozenge for that plan. Thank Steve

  2. ROBBIN SAVAGE says:

    hay i bout a old fokker d-7 and nead camouflage for it thanks

  3. Buzz says:

    The website is no longer. :(

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