Junkers 88 A1 detail photos
Posted 16 June 2011 - 10:14 PM
Btw. HEREmy work in progress, if you wanna have a look.
Posted 04 November 2011 - 07:17 PM
My Ju 88 model is on show in Friedrichshafen this weekend. You have no idea how many times I explained the crowd the details on my kit being there only because of your generous help getting the model correct! Of course I mentioned your name when telling them about your support!
Posted 07 January 2013 - 06:30 PM
My friend is working on Ju-88C-6 C9+AE model now.Camuflage scheme is nachtjager pilot Prinz zu Sayn Wittgenstein. He has a problem with colors of stains on the fuselage. He show me this photo:
there are a lot of stains on camuflage. What kind of color these are? Many publications write that this is the same color RLM 74 or RLM 75, main color under the stains was RLM 76. But I found a plastic model where the stains are RLM 74 and 75 together:
What do you think about it? Which scheme is good?
I will appreciate if you can help me.
Posted 28 January 2013 - 02:33 AM
Edited by Le Diable Rouge, 05 February 2013 - 12:33 AM.
Posted 04 March 2013 - 03:20 AM
Hello, Gottorm! I just wanted to add my own thanks to the multitude already expressed here. Thanks also to the rest of you for asking the questions I would have asked had I found this site before, and, in the case of folks like Andreas88, Wurtacher, et al for the extra info and occasional clarification.
I've had the 88 kit for a while and have been collecting pics and info for the build, as well as wrestling with Trumpy's A10 on occasion. I was beginning to despair of being able to have the cowling flaps open for the lack of knowing what to show (or hint at) beneath, It just looks so much more menacing with them open, and then I found this thread. What a treat! Every detail I could ever want to replicate, and many that will be beyond my humble skills. I simply had to sign up to LSP to express my gratitude.
At the rate I bulid at (roughly the same rate as continental drift) your 1:1 will have finished this restoration (the most sympathetic I think I've seen) and be in for a touch-up before I finish my model, but it will be much better for your kind and selfless effort in making this thread. More power to your elbow! Or, as the younger Essex lads round here would say: "Props!".
If you happen to find the time, I would really appreciate a scan of the drawings from your technical manual for the engine nacelle in general, and the area between the prop and wing in particular. I've had a tentative idea to do a diorama of one of the field maintenance shots from the Airdoc booklet, purely because of this thread. Thanks again, this time in advance, and please don't rush - it will be a while before I actually get round to that bit!
Posted 14 May 2013 - 08:57 PM
got this from revell in X-mas gift..just might put me in modeling mode again..over ayear since i last did any modeling..not had the time..
but a merry X-Mas to all you nice guys in here
Oh boy.. just saw this ...very nice.......
its already difficult to handle one.... imagine three of them....
Edited by shepard, 14 May 2013 - 08:58 PM.
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