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Another one of my recent builds, this time it is a Bf 109E-3 of 9/JG3 in France 1940. It came as a profipack and is OOB apart from the marking being painted with Montex (told you I was converted). The fit on this kit is supreme and it pretty much fell together. Only place you have to do some fettling and dry fitting is around the engine cowling and cannon area. Hope you like

 

35304088962_5bc804d551_b.jpgIMG_2062 by Phillip Loughlin, on Flickr

 

35340426941_d03ffe433e_b.jpgIMG_2063 by Phillip Loughlin, on Flickr

 

35340426701_12e051a530_b.jpgIMG_2065 by Phillip Loughlin, on Flickr

 

34629677814_72a8c29350_b.jpgIMG_2068 by Phillip Loughlin, on Flickr

 

34661047333_57e015489e_b.jpgIMG_2066 by Phillip Loughlin, on Flickr 

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Wonderful Emil Bf-109-3

Really a great work on it !!!

Congratulations. Polo.

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Noice, real noice.

 

congrats on a terrific build and thanks for sharing it.

 

Regards,

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I like that. Nicely weathered, like the real aircraft operating in the field.

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Brilliant build and paint job! I love the scheme you have chosen. I need to find it in 1/72.

Which paints did you use for the camo?

 

Terrific!

JR

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Thanks everyone!

 

5 hours ago, jean said:

Brilliant build and paint job! I love the scheme you have chosen. I need to find it in 1/72.

Which paints did you use for the camo?

 

Terrific!

JR

 

Jean, I used Vallejo model air for all of the RLM colours including the yellow. Undercarriage and the spinner are Tamiya acrylic.

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