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109 fan

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  1. Beautifully done, Duncan! I like the freehanded scalloping on the wing leading edge.
  2. Beautiful build and gorgeous paintwork, Paul!
  3. Thank you Andy. I used the Eduard canopy mask. For years I only used Bare Metal Foil, cut in place, for masks. After trying an Eduard pre-cut mask on an earlier 109 build, I was sold.
  4. Thank you all for the very kind comments. They are very much appreciated!
  5. Well, I'm calling this one done. It is refreshing to build one out of the box after an involved project. It allows you to focus on finishing techniques. There is always something to learn and new techniques to try. It is interesting how your building style changes over time. I look at some of my efforts from five years ago and hardly recognize them. This can be an issue when building a massive collection. The models at the beginning of the line don't bear much resemblance to those at the end. I may have to do some repeats before long. The in-progress thread can be seen here: https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/72nd_aircraft/little-messerschmitt-47-tamiya-bf-109-g-6-t11208.html#p109904
  6. Thank you for the kind words; they are very much appreciated!
  7. Beautifully done, Djordje. You've done as good a job with the tricky nose assembly as I've seen anywhere. I love the scheme. How are the AZ decals to apply? They look great.
  8. Thank you again for the compliments. Walter, this started as the Fine Molds Bf 109 F-2 kit.
  9. Thank you all for the very kind comments; I am truly humbled! George, I intend to go to the Hamilton show. It is one of my absolute favorites. Volker, there are four available photos of this aircraft. Two of them show it after a belly landing. The other two show it on its gear and it indeed has no landing gear covers. You can find them here: https://me109.info. You may have to use the search feature under "V" and scroll down to V-30a.
  10. This is my latest 109 completion, the V-30 prototype. This plane represents the morphing of the F to the G series with the airframe having aspects of both. I have always been intrigued by the configuration and paint scheme on this bird and am glad to have finally finished it. The build can be seen here:
  11. Gentlemen, I am humbled by your compliments. Thank you!
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