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Jørgen Tangerud

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  1. Jørgen Tangerud

    Bf 109G-6 Eduard 1/48

    And there mine looked mediocre again, hehe. Well done, impressive paintwork Didnt think that machine had the trop-filter tho Looks good anyways ofc
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    BF 109G-6 1/48 Eduard

    Yeah, thats the issue i thought of fixing, but saved it for the next one. Eduard should fix it with their brass-legs Thanks for the nice words
  3. Jørgen Tangerud

    BF 109G-6 1/48 Eduard

    Yes, its buildable Chose to ignore the so called flaws, and built it oob.
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    Eduard 1:48 NE Bf-109 G-6 - Negative Effect ?

    That is good for those that build it (myself included)
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    Hasegawa 787-8 Norwegian (Thor Heyerdahl)

    Forgot to update this post in a while, but did a mistake on the painting and decaling the tail, so its still not completed. well, pictures says more than words.
  6. My very first civilian, very weird with no pit`work, no window-masking etc, but fun to try Nice noseweight solution
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    ME163b Meng Models 1/32

    Bird is primed. Still some minor things to fix, but overall it seems good. Also got the landing skid, and the trolly ready, neat little thing The wheels are vinyl, and they got a seems at the middle, but not sure whats the best way of removing it, any tips?
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    ME163b Meng Models 1/32

    Got some more done on this little bird. Wings close to beeing ready to join with the body. Speedbrakes are supplied as PE, but glued it in place. Slats are also glued in their fixed position. MK108 cannons And the engine/tank compartment. Got some fit problems with the rear part/front part of the main body, hope i can sort it out, else i must glue it in place so i loose the option to show it seperated.
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    ME163b Meng Models 1/32

    By reading in other forums (LSP), it seems that very much of the PE from Eduard made for the Hasegawa one, fits right in. I will build it oob tho.
  10. Jørgen Tangerud

    ME163b Meng Models 1/32

    The Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet, designed by Alexander Lippisch, was a German rocket-powered fighter aircraft. It is the only rocket-powered fighter aircraft ever to have been operational. Its design was revolutionary, and the Me 163 was capable of performance unrivaled at the time. German test pilot Heini Dittmar in early July 1944 reached 1,130 km/h (700 mph), not broken in terms of absolute speed until November 1947. Over 300 aircraft were built however, the Komet proved ineffective as a fighter, having been responsible for the destruction of only about nine Allied aircraft (16 air victories for 10 losses, according to other sources). The build: When HLJ started preorder on this one i signed straight away, as this airplane has allways fascinated me. Think i build the Red painted one in 1/72 when i was a kid, but that wont be the colorscheme this time. I didnt take any sprueshots, but that is well covered in the review here: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234948468-me163b-komet-meng-132/ This walkaround page is also very nice, showing very much details. http://www.aircraftwalkarounds.be/Images/Messerschmitt163BKometPart1/index.html I will build this one straight oob, but the kit screams for open panels and superdetailing Well, not much of a wip without pictures, so heres some from a slow start Boxart: Cockpit tub : Meng have molded the fuel tanks with noe structure at all, so i have tryed to make some by adding thin Tamiya-cement, for then to go over it with a stiff brush. Some pit-parts ready for painting: Cockpit painted and weathered, still a bit too shiny, will dull it down some more. Instruments are PE with seperate decal-dials. Looks weird, but thats the Kristal Clear who hasnt dryed up yet. Also started on some mainframe assembly, and i must say i like the way Meng has enginered the body-wing joint. The joint looks to be totaly perfect Stay tuned....... ps: why cant i link directly to my pictures on google+ ?
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    BF110E, Felix Brandis, "Dackelstaffel"

    Starting to get to point where i have to choose between settling on the result, or try to make it better, but giving my self more work restoring details. Im settling on the first option, and are calling the nascelles done, now the plane are washed, and tomorrow ill try a layer of primer to see how the result is
  12. Jørgen Tangerud

    BF110E, Felix Brandis, "Dackelstaffel"

    Some real challenges with the nascelles on this one, not sure what Eduard have been thinking when making this. Will make it as good as i can, but doubt it will be perfect.
  13. Eduard 1/48 Started working on this kit, and must say that so far the build has been a joy. I have read that the nascelles can be a pain to fit, but i wont cry until i have tryed Boxart: The Profile: And a photo of the real thing, borrowed from a pdf by Kjetil Aakra and Olve Dybvig. As the Norwegian based 110E`s got a new mount for the mg, the gunner also got a new seat, so inspired by the works of Olve Dybvig and the original picture, i have tryed to replicate that. Some more pics of the interior, that is now secured in the body. To be continued......
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    revell BF109G-6 New tool started

    Its a lovely kit isnt it? Im on the end on the build on mine, and are planning a new one with the eduards stuff that are coming now in october. At least that fuel-line broke on a bit that was to be painted, its worse that the attachment point are on the bit that are ment to be masked off.... Heres a little tip for the exausts so tou can mount them towards the end.
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