A few notes:
You will probably notice a few imperfections- most notably the slight warp in the upper wings, and the cowling which for the life of me I could not get into a nice circular shape (and the guns, which are not lined up straight with each other). also, the upper wing is probably too low. But its hard to get those upper wings on, ya know! Never mind getting them straight and the right height.
I tried changing the colour of the fulsalage and upper wings, as the original green seemed way off. I'm still not happy with that particular colour. Its better, but looking at more pictures now, it seems it really should be even less green- almost a muddy brown. I"ll have to see if I can change that.
The rigging was some straight wire I found at a funny little craft store. I have no idea what its supposed to be for, but it was green, fairly heavy (about the same as a whisk-broom bristle) and pretty easy to cut. It was nice to work with as I knew they would stay straight for Ever.
Some of the parts I lifted off other models. The prop is off of John Dells D.VII. The engine and cockpit insterments are off the other version of the Camel in the folder. The markings are actually off a old plastic model of a Camel I never got around to building. I just scanned the decals. Is that cheating?
In the background, you can see a scan of the actual After Combat Report Captain Brown filed on April 18th, 1918. I found it on the internet and thought it was a pretty kool thing to include. The little figure is also from a real picture of Roy Brown, posing in front of his Camel. I dont think he is exaclty to scale, but pretty close.