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We take a look at the latest decals from Fantasy Printshop - a really interesting mix of Messerschmitt Bf 109E subjects. Have fun! Iain
Hi guys, This is Oblt. Hans Ohly's machine from 1./JG 53, during the early phase of Battle of Britain. The kit is Dragon/Cyberhobby, built nearly OOB. I used HGW seat belts, and made some minor modifications and improvements here and there. All markings are painted using self-made masks, except the swastika and kill markings. For painting I used MR Paint and Gunze colours; for weathering Flory's wash, various oil paints, chalks and pigments. Thank you for watching, and I hope you like it! Best wishes, Sándor
Just finished this one. This was on the shelf of doom for quite a while. I had purchased the kit for quite cheap and, due to the shape issues of the kit, it ended up being the last Bf 109 in my kit stash, so I figured I would go ahead and build it. However, I managed to destroy the canopy/windscreen parts before completion and also started to be really annoyed by looking at the shape issues, so I just shelved it. I finally decided to use a vac canopy from my spares and modify it to fit. I also sanded down the huge sharp corners that come off the trailing edge of the wing root fairing, into the
Does anyone know the correct colour for the canvas covering the inside of a BF 109E wheel well. Previous threads have suggested faded blues to olive greens. I'm currently building Eduards 1/32 BF109 E-4 profipack. The instructions suggest black for the well walls, (I assume they mean the canvas) and aluminum for the roof of the wheel bay. Any 109 experts out there that can clarify for me. Thanks in advance Tim