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  1. Ju-88A-4 | 1/144 | Minicraft German Luftwaffe, 6.KG 3, Russia, 1943 Finished 4/20/2020. I love 1/144 bombers only because I have limited display space. I decided to get this kit because I'd made a Revell 1/144 Ju-88 when I was 13 or 14 and slapped it together over the course of a couple nights (they go together fast if you don't put the undercarriage on!). I really wanted to do a Ju-88 right, and the fact that this had a pre-painted canopy was a real bonus! (I've proven to myself that I can do 1/144 canopies with my Bf-110 build, I don't need to do it again! )
  2. Hi! Here are the photos of my latest work. It`s the ICM kit,which despite having received a lot of "flack" builds up into a beautifull model. It has several issues, mainly with the cockpit, but, after the glass work was installed, this modeller can live very well with it. paints utilised: Vallejo Model Air e acrílicos Mig. detailing sets: Eduard interior and exterior set If you have interest, you can find in my blog around 90 fotos with all the building and painting process explained. http://josepiresmodelismo.blogspot.pt/ This model was part of Airfix Model World
  3. ICM is to release in 2016 two new variants from its Junkers Ju-88 kit. Already released: Ju-88A-5 kit http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234975682-148-junkers-ju-88a-5-by-icm-released/ - ref.48233 - Junkers Ju-88A-4 WWII German Bomber NEW - Q2 2016 Source: https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/ICM48233 - ref.48234 - Junkers Ju-88A-14 WWII German Bomber NEW - Q3 2016 Source: https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/ICM48234 V.P.
  4. As already announced in a ICM general thread ( http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234974439-icm-148-junkers-ju-88a5dornier-do-17z/), the Ukrainian brand is to release a new tool 1/48th Junkers Ju-88A-5 kit in 2015 - ref.48232. Source - ICM 2015 catalogue : http://www.icm.com.ua/katalog/ Box art V.P.
  5. Even that big 1/32 Revell model don't provide one.. what's going on with a Junkers Ju-88 internal bomb storage?
  6. Ju-88A-4 WWII Axis Bomber 1:48 ICM (48237) The Ju-88 was designed as a schnellbomber in the mid 30s, and at the time it was faster than current fighter designs, so it was projected that it could infiltrate, bomb and ex-filtrate without being intercepted. That was the theory anyway. By the time WWII began in the west, fighters had caught up with the previously untouchable speed of the 88, and it needed escorting to protect it from its Merlin equipped opponents. It turned out to be a jack of all trades however, and was as competent as a night fighter, dive bomber
  7. Junkers Ju-88 Kagero Monographs No 64 3D Edition Having reviewed the first two volumes on the Ju-88 HERE and HERE, I thought that this volume would cover other variants, it seems I was wrong, again. Whereas the first volume was mostly about the development and issuing of aircraft to squadrons, the second volume with the aircraft's participation from the phoney war, 3rd September 1939 up to the end of the fighting in France in June 1940. This volume deals with the development of the bomber and reconnaissance versions and their use in the Battle of Britain from 10th July
  8. Ok the idea for this build is a bit of a mash up of a couple of builds I have wanted to do, but didn’t the time or the motivation for at the time. One has been running around in one form or another in my mind for quite a while now. I have come close a couple of times to starting it, (a Ho-229 was to be the base for one) and I sort of did with the Turbo-Prop Arado, but it still wasn’t quite what I had in mind. I have two similar projects on the go but they're on the back burner for a bit. The second was that I have a Planet Models Ju-388J nightfighter (Jumo 213 version) sitting in the stash t
  9. Ju-88D-2/4 1:48 Special Hobby The Ju-88 was designed as a schnellbomber in the mid 30s, and at the time it was faster than current fighter designs, so it was projected that it could infiltrate, bomb and exfiltrate without being intercepted. That was the theory anyway. By the time WWII began in the west, fighters had caught up with the previously untouchable speed of the 88, and it needed escorting to protect it from its Merlin equipped opponents. It turned out to be a jack of all trades however, and was as competent as a night fighter, dive bomber or doing recon
  10. If I didn’t know she’s an AAB-1 I would say she’s a Ju-88, bl**dy similar! This particular plane (serial number 7) was built by SNCASE plant in Toulouse and delivered to GB I/31 "Aunis" bomber group on May 8, 1945. That’s why she has no armament and looks very clean.The Hasegawa kit is not very easy to build, the nose is a real nightmare. Eduard Zoom interior set was added (waste of money and time as just the seatbelts are visible), the main U/C legs were moved forward and the wheels flattened a bit. Painted with Hunze H80, decals by PT Decals. Thank you for looking.
  11. Special Hobby is to release late Summer 2016 a 1/48th Junkers Ju-88C-4 kit - ref. SH48177 Variant based on the ICM Ju-88 plastic kit (http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234994947-148-junkers-ju-88a-4-a-14-new-variants-by-icm-a-4-released-a-14-release-in-q3-2016/). Source: http://www.specialhobby.info/2016/06/newsletter-special-hobby-july-2016.html V.P.
  12. Hi everyone, I am building Revell's 1/72 Ju-88 A-4. The kit features a colorful bird (4D+DT) from the 9 Staffel of III/KG 30. The instructions suggest that the engine cowlings, rudder, and the elevators should be yellow, while lower wingtips and fuselage band should be white. I have tried to find some photos for this color scheme, but have come short thus far. So here is my question, can any of you confirm the overall yellow engine cowling and elevators? To me, this seems odd, but not unfeasible. Any help is appreciated. TIA Jan
  13. Hello, here's my 1/72 Hasegawa Junkers Ju-88 G6 "Nachtjäger" of 6./NJG2, Fritzlar 1945. I used Eduard photo-etch, True Details resin wheels, Schatton antennas and markings from Authentic Decals. Painted with acrylics from the Gunze/Mr.Hobby range. The Hasegawa kit has some fit issues, which is strange for a modern HQ tooling. The fuselage halves need some filling and blending, the nose cap is over-sized, the wing tips and the belly insert with the guns don't fit very well either. The antennas are metal pieces from Schatton (http://www.modellbau-schatton.privat.t-online.de/). They
  14. I will do the new(ish) Revell 1/72 Ju-88A-4. It will be build almost out of the box, exept some etch seatbelts and other decals. The decals still needs to be purshased. I am thinking of a desert scheme. Pictures will follow later. Cheers,
  15. Hello all, I'll be entering this GB with HB's 1/72 Ju-88 C-6. It's one of their easy kits, but it looks pretty well proportioned if lacking in detail. To counteract this I've bought Eduard's zoom set for the Hasegawa C-6 that will at least allow me to add some interest to the very visible cockpit area (seriously, it's the clearest green house I've ever seen). The scheme I'm doing is displayed below: I'll post some contents/sprue shots when I get a chance/can be bothered. Hopefully it should be a quick build with the low parts count but scratch building the entire cockpit could slow eve
  16. Junkers Ju-88 C-6 F1+XM Luftwaffe 4./KG 76, Taganrog, Ukraine, January 1943 Hello all! This is my Ju-88 C-6 built for the STGB, built OOB except for a few details from the Eduard Etch set for the Hase kit. The build went relatively smoothly, apart from my struggles with AK's paints, which I am rapidly falling out of love with. You can probably see that there a few items that are not where they should be (the gondola predominantly) and I'm not sure whether that's HB's fault or mine. But, it looks a bit like an '88 and it gave me a chance to practice some techniques I'd never done before
  17. Junkers Ju-88 Volume II Kagero Monographs No 59 3D Edition Having reviewed the first volume on the Ju-88 HERE i though that this volume would cover other variants, it seems I was wrong. Whereas the last volume was mostly about the development and issuing of aircraft to squadrons, this volume deals with the aircrafts participation from the phoney war, 3rd September 1939 up to the end of the fighting in France in June 1940. It seems we’re due several more volumes on the Ju-88 in the future. That said it is still a very good book, with lots of information on the actions in which the a
  18. Junkers Ju-88 Kagero Monographs No 57 3D Edition The Junkers Ju-88 really doesnt need any introduction, used throughout the war on all fronts and a multitude of different roles. This book concentrates with the design and production of the bomber/dive-bomber version up to the point of issuing the aircraft to the Luftwaffe, the other versions will probably be covered in volume two. This volume is really two books in one, with the first half, (well, sixty eight pages), covering the history of Junkers, design of the Ju-88and production of the prototypes and production machines. It is
  19. Announced new in the Zvezda 2015 catalogue introduction page??? http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234973092-catalogue-zvezda-2015/?p=1833400 Zvezda is to release in 2015 a 1/72nd Junkers Ju-88G-6 kit - ref.7269 Source: http://scalemodels.ru/news/8359-katalog-zvezda-2015.html V.P.
  20. G`day Chaps: I`m trying to convince my Loved One (and myself) that I`m still a modeller and not a collector, So here you have it, the second model I finish this year! JU-88G-6 1/48 Dragon. I bought this kit partially build on Trademe (local ebay) at a good price, It was painted with Vallejo and weathered with dry pastels. It has been a model of firsts, as I had never done a mottling before (need more practise) and had never tried dry pastels. Very nice kit. The only problem I had were the decals, they disintegrated so I had a go at DIY decals (need more practice too). Hope
  21. Kit: 1/72 Revell Junkers Ju-88A4 (5K+IL) 3./KG3 Shatalowka (Russia), Autumn 1942. Decals: Authentic Extras: Eduard Photo Etch Colors: Gunze/Mr.Hobby, Tamiya Cockpit in construction. Dive brakes from the Eduard set. The kit parts are overscale. Brake lines from stretched sprue. Thanks for your interest.
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