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Hello modellers. My last model is done. Modest model and some hard work in the fittings parts. An old traditional Hasegawa 1/72 model. I used Eduard photo etch interior and masks. Tamiya acrilic mixes. I choose JE+HK 2/KG.6 version, found in Melsbroek, Belgium1944. I hope you enjoy it. Cheers!
Another 70's classic oldie but goodie from Italeri... I'm quite enjoying these old Italeri kits as they have all the basics of a decent kit, just in need of a bit of updating and TLC. She's had a full rescribe, adding in more historic detail than was present on the rather sparse original raised panel lines, I've also added a fair bit of scratchbuilding, including an accurate cockpit, flap levers, dive brakes, P/E guns, sights and brass barrels. Anyway - as always, all feedback and constructive criticism is much appreciated... so please fire away chaps!
Hi all, I'm very keen to (one day) complete a model of the JU188 in the scheme which the Matchbox kit originally came in during my formative years! But I've bought the Hasegawa kit rather than struggle with Matchbox's old offering, as awesome as it looked back in the day! It's 8H+OH, a JU188 D-1 from GR.33 St. Martin, France in 1944 and has wide stripes of RLM76 applied over 70/71/65, I believe. I've been scouring the internet and I cannot find a single photo of this aircraft - I assume they must exist, as the scheme is relatively popular... can anyone please assist and point me towards (or post) a piccie of this machine? Thanks very much, Ian