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  1. Dragon's Fw 190D-9 has been replaced by the Hobby Boss kit, a much superior offering with much better fit all around. I had bought Dragon's kit in order to have Gerhard Barkhorn's decals. The kit itself has many moulding defects, big gaps around the fuselage/wing section (which is solved by adding a spreader bar aft the cockpit), the propeller blades don´t have locating tabs, the aircraft sits too high on its gear because of a manufacturer idea, it comes with steel PE parts which are nigh impossible to cut from their sprue with a regular hobby knife, etc... I decided to paint the m
  2. Decided to go back to reality and build Gerhard Barkhorn's Fw 190D-9 using the Hobby Boss 1:48 kit. It´s and absolute joy to build, everything fits together nicely and without gaps. The cockpit and engine both have mounting pegs which allow for the correct placement of both of them. Another thing nice about this kit is the landing gear legs, they fit perfectly and can´t be moved, unlike what happens with the Hasegawa kit, so you´re assured the correct rake of the Fw 190 from the start. The main markings came from the Dragon D-9 kit, the Swastikas are the only decals I used from the HB mo
  3. I decided to post this here and not on my local Facebook modeler´s group because you lot seem more, polite and civilised. The Strike Witches anime is based on an alternate reality, where the Earth has been invaded by an alien race known as Neuroi in 1939, and the only ones who can fight them effectively are young girls with magical powers called witches, who use machines called Striker Units to fly and fight the Neuroi in the sky. The girls and their Striker Units are based on famous WW2 aces and aircraft. One of the characters of this anime is Gertrud Barkhorn from Karlsland
  4. Other model and only one finished in 2017. Fw 190D-9, W. Nr. 211925, "Blue 1 + —", 8./JG6, May 1945
  5. Good evening. Allow me to present 'Christl', a Fw 190D-9 flown by one Major Gerhard Barkhorn of JG 6. This is Tamiya's JV 44 boxing of their Fw 190D-9 in 1/72. Paints were Gunze Sangyo Aqueous and varnished with Winsor & Newton Artists' Acrylic Gloss and Matt varnish. I did give up on the spinner spiral as the decal wouldn't fit then broke up, then I forgot to paint it on. Extras include: Eaglecals decals Eduard SUPER FABRIC seat belts SAC metal undercarriage parts (as I lost one of the retraction struts) Scratch-built cannon barrels, antenn
  6. 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
  7. Focke-Wulf Fw190D-9 In the second picture you'll see "RAM" those are my dad's initials. In the third picture near the tail section of the aircraft is my signature sign. The funny thing is that it took me painting coats after coat on that aircraft until I got it just right.
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