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1/72 Junkers Ju-88A5 from Zvezda + Eduard&Aires

Hi Folks,

Model refined with photoetched parts from the "Eduard", designed for Hasegawa. Wheels and machine guns - resin from the "Aires".

- Re-made ​​the tail wheel;

- Removed an incorrect joint gear doors and cut the right;

- Added imitation of landing gear hydraulics;

- Grind off stabilizers bombs;

- Pitot tube made ​​from medical needle and a piece of the drill;

- The antenna is made from nylon thread;

- Crosses on the wing made ​​with a stencil.

- Navigation lights are made from clear plastic and glue, and then painted Tamiya Clear Red &Green;

Primer - Alclad, primary colors, the simulation of dust on the wheels and the selection of the lower panels, paints and pigments - Tamiya, lacquers - Futura and Tikurilla. Washing - MIG.

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Pretty.

The nose glazing on the 88 always offers a chalenge for the superdetailer.

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Pretty.

The nose glazing on the 88 always offers a chalenge for the superdetailer.

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Superb, quite excellent build and this cockpit shots are reall great, thanks for sharing.

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Yet another superb piece of modelling, that canopy masking is outstanding.

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Hello!

Outstanding Junkers! But one question:

Did your replaced the canopy from Zvezda with an aftermarkt canopy?

Cause Zvezda added one canopy frame too much, but I dont see this frame on yours.

Once again great work!

Edited by HaraldP.

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Cause Zvezda added one canopy frame too much, but I dont see this frame on yours.

Once again great work!

No, it is not aftermarket canopy. Zvezda made three variants of Ju-88 - A4, Ju-88G6 and another (my) kit A5-A17. In my complect I had two canopies: for A-5 and for A-17 version. http://titoys.com.ua/index.php?cPath=199_201

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