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Fw 190 D 9

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This is my next model. With the A6M5 practically ready, I've been painting the missing parts (wheels) and I want to finish it at the most in two, it's time to start a new model.

 

This is the Fw 190 D9 from Hasegawa 1/32 that I have been pursuing for some time. It will be an OOB model only with the addition of seat belts.

 

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The chosen scheme.

 

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I already have some pieces prepared and glued but I still have no photos.

 

Regards

 

ajcmac

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I decided, for the first time, to simulate the revits of the Fw 190 D9. Unfortunately I can not get the plans. Someone can help me?

 

Thanks

 

ajcmac

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And finally, after taking a few pieces of the sprues, wiping the excess plastic and glue, I started painting.

I started with the interiors. I used Tamiya's XF-63.

 

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Then the landing gear with the XF-22 also from Tamiya.

 

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I applied weathering to the interiors. Lights and shadows, shipping (only in the pilot's seat) and dry brush.

 

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Now paint the details, the gloss clear and a wash.

 

Regards

 

ajcmac

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In 2010 I finished my first Fw 190 D and my first model on the 1/32 scale and had used an Eaglecals sheet.

 

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In order not to repeat the model, I looked for the remaining pieces as well as the decal sheet that should have been completed.
I found everything I needed.

 

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I'm going to build Brown 4.

 

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Regards

 

ajcmac

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Nice work so far. Good paint work in cockpit

 

Thank you Bstarr3 :thumbsup: .

 

It's the first time I simulated the rivets and thought it was easier. I also think I misplaced the kit to get started. It's quite complicated. Some lines are missing. I think it's not bad for the first time. The next one will be better.

 

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The cockpit is almost ready. Belts missing. I have Eduard's but I'm waiting for the HGW seatbelts. I also lack the control sticks (I forgot it).

 

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Regards

 

ajcmac

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Looking good!  I hope the reference material that I sent to you was useful.  Depending on how you want the rivets to be represented, you can give the surface a light sanding to shave down the raised plastic around each rivet hole.

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