Thank you HunterCottage for your kind words.
Just to refresh your memory and with the information presented here, now you may be able to understand a little better the directional layout oif the fuselage applied lozenge. (As seen in the thread texturing lozenge decals) See here.
Note the key lozenge pointed out in the first posting with the red arrow. Find it and then you will notice the thrust angle. Note also that the key lozenge is in almost the exact position as the first image.
On the other side the key lozenge dissappears near the bottom longeron. For the fuselage;
The application of lozenge panels was done differently between the three licence builders of the Fokker D.VII. That is The factory edges were not applied to the same longerons. Because of their factory assembly lines layout patterns of lozenge were not the same between Fokker Schwerin, Albatros Johannistahl and East Albatros Works Schneidemuhl.
Note Longerons are the long corner edges of the fuselage two upper, two lower.
For good references on the subject;
Fokker D.VII Covering Practices by Dan-San Abbott, WWI Aero #102, Pp.22-33. 1984.
Fokker D.VII Detail Marking and Finish of Fokker-built D.VII Aircraft by Dan San Abbott, WWI Aero #107, 1985.