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  1. Hello guys, here's my most recently complete modem, Academy's bf 109G-2 in 1:48. Decals were from Cartograf.
  2. This is the first completed model this year. This aircraft was used in the 1950s at the time of the Trieste Crisis. Compared to the original model, I replaced the propeller, spinner and tail wheel, because for the aircraft used in the Yugoslav Air Force, those parts need to be replaced. Here are the pictures, enjoy.
  3. Hi all, Thought I'd share my recently completed model. First time trying out mottling and boy its a challenge. I used a variety of Gunze and Tamiya paints. I chose to paint the blue band instead of using the decal so I could have a bit of a fade effect on it. I really love the simplicity of Tamyia kits and the detail. I think their new pilot figures look really neat too. I can't wait for more BF109 variants. Hope you like the pics!
  4. Being at least partly responsible for creating what is now an 18-month old little chap, part of my fatherly remit obviously encompasses the finer points of aircraft identification. The trio below are all from the defunct Airfix 'Mini Kits' series of 1/100 unassembled, but pre-painted kits. I'm happy to report that 'Spitfire' is already a (very repetitive at the moment) part of his vocabulary. Exactly what to teach him as regards the FW is currently a matter of debate. cheers, Jason
  5. Howdy folks. I'm going to build a newer Airfix kit in 1:72 It's just another cheap one to have some fun and try and master a few new techniques. This time I'm really going to try improving my own finishing skills and also try and make my forum a bit more informative along the way. Okay here's the box art with the actual version I'll be doing There's 3 light grey sprues with a clear sprue with 2 canopies. There's a total of 41parts but take out one canopy you won't use that makes 40, take out 2 wheels with wheels covers for the undercarriage up option, that leave 38 parts, take out some
  6. Messerschmitt BF109G-6/R6 AZ Models - 1:72 The Messerschmitt BF109 hardly needs an introduction. With nearly 34,000 built in 10 years, it is one of the most widely produced aircraft in history. Starting out in 1935, whilst broadly similar to the Spitfire in layout, monocoque construction and V12 engine, the engine is in fact inverted and famously fuel injected which in the early war years gave some advantage in combat over its British rivals which were carburettor fed. Initially designed as a lightweight interceptor, evolution led it to a variety of needs including bomber escort, fighter
  7. Photo-Etch Detail Set for Italeri BF109G-6 Eduard 1:72 If you're looking for a 1/72 BF109G, there isn't a shortage of kits to choose from with Revell, Airfix, Hobby Boss, Academy, Hasegawa and Italeri all having their own take on it. Each one has its own merits and that's for another and probably quite interesting review. This set is aimed at the Italeri kit, although I know of others using the set for other kits, so the possibilities are there if you choose. There are two options available here, the first being the comprehensive pack 73434 and the second being the Zoom
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