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Fw 190d-9 JV44 Hasegawa 1/32


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finally finished! taken 3 weeks, its the Hasegawa 1/32 Fw190, nice kit apart from the decals, the whites were a creamy and fell apart! so raided the spares box, and even then i had some silvering.

the red and white stripes are airbrushed,using tamiya masking tape. used tamiya paints.

hope you all like....thanks for looking

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Three weeks!

For a 1/32 Fw190 in that scheme, that is amazingly quick.

It looks great as well. You've got the wheels sitting right, which I've found a bit challenging on Fw190 builds.

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Nicely finished, little comment, your white stripes seem to be a bit on the wide side?

maybe? who knows...........artistic licence :winkgrin:

Three weeks!

For a 1/32 Fw190 in that scheme, that is amazingly quick.

It looks great as well. You've got the wheels sitting right, which I've found a bit challenging on Fw190 builds.

thanks......not working at the moment so plenty time on my hands

Nice one.

cheers

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maybe? who knows...........artistic licence :winkgrin:

The chap who took this photo:

http://www.asisbiz.com/il2/Fw-190D/Fw-190D-JV44-Red-1-Sachsenberg/pages/Focke-Wulf-Fw-190D9-JV44-Red-1-Heiz-Sachsenberg-Germany-1945-01.html

Would at least be an easy fix to respray the underside. The inscription under the cockpit you have used was actually on Red 3.

Nice tidy build though, just a shame to get it wrong on such a well documented subject.

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