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  1. A quickie I did of a Fw190D-9 running up it’s engine..
  2. Greetings Brits- Now that my modelling skills are improving... I decided to tackle the Eduard Fw-190D-9 in 1/48... This model has alot of detail and some reviews suggesting a tough build. Well, I did have some snags but everything went together fine for me, and even though this is designed as a kit with open gun hatch and wing root cannon hatches open, I followed the instructions and closed them up. It was tougher to do, but the next one I build will have these hatches open just to add variety in my display case. I built from the kit and the only thing I changed or added was t
  3. Focke Wulf Fw.190D-9 Late ProfiPACK (8189) 1:48 Eduard The Fw.190 was designed by Kurt Tank, and initially gave the RAF a bit of a fright when it first appeared. The D, or Dora, was often known as the "Long nose" due to the elongated nose cowling to accommodate the liquid cooled Jumo 213A engine. It came into production in late 1944, and over 1800 examples were manufactured before the end of the war. The Kit This ProfiPACK edition from Eduard is a reboxing of their original kit from 2011, and depicts a late airframe, and three of the aircraft have
  4. Fw.190D Fuselage Guns (648439 for Eduard) 1:48 Eduard Brassin More goodies from Eduard's Brassin line for their Fw.190D kits in 1:48. As usual with their resin sets, they arrive in the familiar Brassin clamshell box, with the resin parts safely cocooned on dark grey foam inserts, and the instructions sandwiched between the two halves, doubling as the header card. It contains six resin parts and a small fret of Photo-Etch (PE) brass for the small parts. This set takes the kit's blank internal gun bay floor and replaces it with a super-detai
  5. Hallo again This is my Fw-190 D in 1/32. The kit is Hasegawa. Here I used the Aires cockpit set. However, I failed to install it correct. Due to an awful instruction, the dashboard is in a wrong position. The proper instruction for resin cockpits or resin parts anyway, are hardly to find. Wolfpack is (so far as my experience) the best, but I do not use it often. Would like to hear your response. Anyway, all markings I sprayed. No decal! Also the stencils are wet transfers. Happy modelling
  6. AZmodel is to re-release in June 2018 its 1/72nd Focke Wulf Fw.190D-9 kit - ref. AZ7591 Source: https://www.facebook.com/azmodelkits/photos/a.479270545430893.116320.478579078833373/1909793595711907/?type=3&theater Schemes V.P.
  7. Fw 190D-9 1:48 Revell The Fw.190 was designed by Kurt Tank, and initially gave the RAF a bit of a fright when it first appeared. The D, or Dora, was often known as the "Long nose" due to the elongated nose cowling to accommodate the liquid cooled Jumo 213A engine. It came into production in late 1944, and over 1800 examples were manufactured before the end of the war. The Kit Even though this is a Revell box the plastic inside is from Eduard. There are 5 sprues of grey plastic, one clear sprure and a small decal sheet. Construction starts with the cockpit. Instrumen
  8. Hi everyone, So 2/3rd through my Fieseler Storch build I started work on my first Dora. The main thing I was experimenting with, was post shading in a multiple colour camouflage scheme as I had never done this before. Nothing added to this kit, out of box, only opened up the gun barrels on the nose and replaced the wing barrels with stainless steel rod. Paint used was Model Master enamels for the camo and Tamiya for the interior and wheels, Vallejo for the "Defence of the Reich" bands....oh and I forgot to put a wash on after I clear coated it! Doh!!! Things I learned: 1) Yellow paint tak
  9. Hi everyone, So 2/3rd through my Fieseler Storch build I started work on my first Dora. The main thing I was experimenting with, was post shading in a multiple colour camouflage scheme as I had never done this before. Nothing added to this kit, out of box, only opened up the gun barrels on the nose and replaced the wing barrels with stainless steel rod. Paint used was Model Master enamels for the camo and Tamiya for the interior and wheels, Vallejo for the "Defence of the Reich" bands....oh and I forgot to put a wash on after I clear coated it! Doh!!! Things I learned: 1) Yellow paint tak
  10. Gosh I had trouble figuring out what to build for this GB, it's safe to say I have changed my mind many times, right up to the stage where I had almost finished this starting thread. I had been already to build an Hs-129B-3 (75mm version) and full AM bits and pieces including vector resin engines! But I was doing some final research as I was writing up the thread when everything changed. For some reason I was never quite sure if the Fw-190D’s were used against the Soviets and to what level and thought it would be a bit hard on the research side…..but I was wrong (there were actually even som
  11. I'm calling this one complete, my 1/48 Hobbyboss FW-190D-9 of II/JG6 in May 1945. using Ultracast's seat and exhaust, Aeromaster decals,and some scratchbuilt detailing. Paint is Tamiya acrylics with oils and pastel weathering. Hope you like, Colin Link to build: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234996206-148-fw-190d-9-and-d-11-double-build-hobbyboss-re-painted-yet-again-march-18th/ Thanks for looking, Colin
  12. I've decaled both the FW-190D-9 and D-11 and clear coated them. Just the final weathering and the flat coat left. Hope you like, Colin link to build: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234996206-148-fw-190d-9-and-d-11-double-build-hobbyboss-re-painted-yet-again-march-18th/
  13. Well folks....here it finally is. If anyone has followed the WIP you'll know how ridiculous this build has been! Things I tried.. Freehand camo RLM colours from Testors Aftermarket decals (spinner spiral OMG!) Metal tubing to replace the plastic guns I am really thankful for the kind and supportive suggestions during the WIP from many many contributors... Even if sometimes the support was just comedic relief! LOL So here you go ... Not perfect ...the spinner spiral does not belong on the build but it was the last of four attempts available on the decal sheet! Stuffed the angle on th
  14. Hey guys! Here's my latest completion, Eduard's Fw190D-9 with the Ta152 tail. WIP here: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234941449-148-eduard-fw190d-9-late-the-infamous-brown-4/ Okay, a quick rundown of the build: Cockpit: - Ultracast seat - Quickboost control column - Various scratch details - Color PE instrument panel repainted to match cockpit - Coaming pad built up with Mr.Surfacer Exterior: - MDC spinner/prop blades - Quickboost exhaust - Ultracast wheels - Quickboost pitot tube - Aires cowl gun barrels - Hypo tubing for wing root gun barrel
  15. Well this one was ten years in the making. I started it and then went to university, New Zealand etc. and only finished it last month! I must have had a very relaxed approach to sanding and filling back then as the seams are awful but I painted it up anyway. I did attempt a scratchbuilt engine rear/oil header in place of the incorrect 'dimply' wheel wells. Historical accuracy is out of the window - I had some EagleCals decals for a D-11/13 and I really liked the scheme so did it despite the kit being a D-9. Paints are all humbrol/xtracolor enamels and some oil wash, with white for the fabric c
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