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Arniec

1/32 Bf-109 G10 ANR ### Finished### 03-2-2013

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Looks great with the flat coat Arnold. You must be almost done now?

Cheers...

There are still some things to do. The wheels, the aerial lines, finish the Spinner and all the antennas. I can't rush this. This takes some time.

Cheers,

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Here are some pictures of the tailwheel, witch was a little flimsy. I have put the wheel on with a small wire through it. and the spinner given some weathering.

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I have done more, but no foto's jet. I will try those tomorrow.

Cheers,

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Here are the last pictures. I call it finished.

It's not my best model I have build sofar, but it is a good build.

There are a few mistakes in it that are all my fault, because I didn't check them and nobody is perfect (well at least not me!).

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The underground was taken from a earlier build of a Bf-109G6 in Italian colours.

Cheers,

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Really really nice. Was it Flory wash you used for the panel lines?

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Great work Arnie, if you have made any mistakes you have hidden them well, shes stunning :)

Cheers Stu

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Really really nice. Was it Flory wash you used for the panel lines?

Thanxs guys. I am glad you like it.

MPaul, the wash is a self made one. It's called "Sludge". I have seen this more than a decade ago in a FSM magazine.

It's 5 parts water, 2 parts tamiya paint and 3 parts fairy. The underground hase to bee glossy and you can wipe it of after it hase dried with a damp cloth or some kitchen towel.

Cheers

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Arnold well done for a beautiful build, came out perfectly in my eyes. Thanks for the 'sludge wash' info, may have to give that ago myself sometime.

Cheers...

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Very nice build. Hope we will see Erla-build G-10 in 1/48 soon - maybe Eduard will take chance ???

Rgds

S.

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