Surprised nobody's posted any pics of Ant's Tiger Moth...one of my favourite models - freeware or payware.
From a Kiwi perspective the Tiger Moth has a long history in NZ as a pilot trainer with civilian Aero Clubs during the 30s and 50s, the RNZAF (especially during WW2), a topdresser during the 50s and 60s (they use to fly off our farm) and more recently as a popluar vintage collectable. Tiger Moths were also built in NZ during the war. There is an active Tiger Moth Club in NZ. I was lucky enough to have a flight in one about 30 years ago at a Tiger Moth meet.
I thought I would add, that this was my main inspiration for starting this thread: http://www.prewarpublications.com/Home.html
Here is a gallery of sample-like images from the book - all of the types of aircraft that strike most at my interests: http://www.prewarpublications.com/VF...otographs.html
BTW, very lovely screenshots of the F3F and Tiger Moth, Ted and Paul!!
I hope to finish and relase this beauty some day in the future