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Pier Grizi

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  1. Two pictures of the real aircraft. I’m not sure that the front view is yellow 11 but it shows very well the dots pattern
  2. Slovaks are known around the world for their flower crops, especially in airports... I've build some years ago a BF 109 E-7 from Slovakia and it too had dots on engine cowling. Perhaps a sign of recognition?
  3. Hi folks! Here'e my Bf 109 G-4 / R6 from AZmodel. It represents a Bf 109 of 13.JG52 (Slow)in 1943, Kuban in Russia. The kit is almost OOB, seat belts are from Eduard PE painted set, instrument panel is from Yahu Models. Gunze Sangyo aqueous acrilycs RLM 76, 75, 74 were used for main camouflage; the polka dots on engine cowling were hand brushed using Humbrol 154 yellow. I believe that those dots were yellow and not RLM 76 or dirty white. Looking at the pictures of the real aircraft you can see, through the yellow dots, the original camouflage and the demarcation between 74/75 upper colors and the bottom 76 colors. Dots are, in my opinion, of a different color respect the RLM 76 showing through. Hope you'll like it. Cheers!
  4. J'avais pas vu! Very beautiful, well painted and weathered. The Hasegawa box is on my shelf from too long...
  5. This is my personal interpretation of the Bf 109 G-10 called Rosemarie. It was a really dirty and weary G-10 U4. The Revell kit is good but uses some baffling shortcuts. Unreal rivets on the cowl, low details on the horizontal stabilizers, cockpit rear armor integral with the fuselage and more… As usual I used Gunze Sangyo Acrylic colors, RLM 76, 75, 83 and a mix of 76 and 75 for the lighter gray of the fuselage. Decals are from HAD, 72086 sheet. Cockpit interior is from Aires resin set. Weathering done with MIG powders and Carbhotello pastels. The colors of this aircraft have been much discussed, I hope this may be a correct interpretation. Thanks for watching! Pier
  6. This is my personal interpretation of the Bf 109 G-10 called Rosemarie. It was a really dirty and weary G-10 U4. The Revell kit is good but uses some baffling shortcuts. Unreal rivets on the cowl, low details on the horizontal stabilizers, cockpit rear armor integral with the fuselage and more… As usual I used Gunze Sangyo Acrylic colors, RLM 76, 75, 83 and a mix of 76 and 75 for the lighter gray of the fuselage. Decals are from HAD, 72086 sheet. Cockpit interior is from Aires resin set. Weathering done with MIG powders and Carbhotello pastels. The colors of this aircraft have been much discussed, I hope this may be a correct interpretation. Thanks for watching! Pier
  7. Barry, I love the way you work yours 109s. As a 109 fan I always follow you cause every kit you build is Masterclass build
  8. Thank you Michel. Decals are from aftermarket, AML sheet 9 001 in 1/72.
  9. Hi everyone! Here's my Bf 109 F2 from Fine Molds. It represent the personal plane of Jurgen Harden, Stab III/JG 53, Russia 1941. RLM 65, 02 and 71 from Gunze range were used. It's my first kit after a long break of almost seven years...... Thanks for looking!
  10. Wow, very good work on a terrible and difficult kit! Well done
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