This is a full-color 1:144 3D print
of Albatros D.III (Oeffag) 253.32 of Flik 63/J, as flown by Rudolf Němec. Austria-Hungary was slow to adopt the straight-sided cross, and it wasn't until August 1918 that planes started to be converted over to the new style. 253.32 shows that the marking positioning was still somewhat ad hoc, since the markings are placed on the plane's fin rather than the more conventional rudder.
No painting is necessary -- this model comes printed in full color, ready to use. It comes with an integral flight peg for mounting on game flight stands (not included), which can be carefully removed with a cutting tool, if desired. The peg is designed for a fairly tight fit; you can file it down slightly if you prefer a looser fit. The model does not come with a flight stand, maneuver deck, or plane card. You can find an unofficial plane card for this plane in this paint scheme at https://linen.miraheze.org/wiki/File:AlbD3Oef-253.32-Nemec-card.jpg
High-Definition Full Color has a smoother, satiny surface and deeper colors; Full Color Nylon 12 (MJF) makes a less expensive alternative, with a rougher, matte surface and less deep blacks. Both are robust materials and fine for gaming. Attached here is a picture that shows the difference between the surfaces. "Matte HDFC" choice means the prints are spray-coated in the factory, and the difference with the coating is subtle. You can find more material photos and comparisons at https://www.wingsofwar.org/forums/showthread.php?35581-Material-HDFC-vs-Full-Color-Nylon-12-(MJF)
If you are willing to prepare and paint models, you can find an inexpensive single-color print of an Albatros D.III(Oef) Series 253 at https://shpws.me/T7qI
. Plane statistics and gaming information may be found at https://linen.miraheze.org/wiki/Albatros_D.III(Oef)
. Please see this notice for information about fixing slight warping of Shapeways prints: https://poeland.com/Shapeways/shapeways-warping.html