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Hi everyone.

Here is my first completion for 2018, a nice kit, although a little complex with a few fit issues, particularly around the engine nacelles and wing joints.

This was a profipack edition so included a photo-etch and a masking set, (essential with all those windows). I also added Eduard resin wheels and a Master set of turned aerials, which I soldered together, a first for me.

Painted with Xtracolor enamels and weathered with oils and pastel chalks.

 

Thanks for looking, gazza l

 

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That is fantastic Gazza!

 

Such attention to detail. 

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Superb work :thumbsup2:

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Superb Nachtjager! :goodjob:

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Beautiful rendition of a very important type.

 

Impressive attention to detail and realism!

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

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A very fine effort.

 

The exhausts, exhaust stains and the aerial arrays are most impressive.

 

Michael

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Stunning 110! Even after days of sanding and filling I couldn't get the engine-wing joints on my Eduard 110 to look right - this looks absolutely beautiful! 

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Gazza,

That's a thing of beauty,well done.

Andrew.

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Absolutely gorgeous - one to be very proud of.  The radar aerials look terrific and the look of the exhausts is a lovely touch.

 

I find the German Nightfighters are deadly and sinister looking machines.

 

Phil

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Love it! Despite being 'enemy' the 110 is one of my favourite WW2 types, it just looks cool. 

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Looks top notch your build - just perfect.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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13 hours ago, bruce bay said:

Stunning 110! Even after days of sanding and filling I couldn't get the engine-wing joints on my Eduard 110 to look right - this looks absolutely beautiful! 

Thanks very much. Yes they are a bit of a pain, you end up removing most of that lovely surface detail.

 

 

 

4 hours ago, Strangeways said:

Looks superb. Excuse my Luftwaffe ignorance... which RLM colours are those?

Thanks, the colours are RLM 76 light blue, RLM 75 Grey and RLM 70 green for the prop blades.

 

Thank you everyone for your kind comments.

 

gazza l 

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2 hours ago, gazza l said:

Thanks, the colours are RLM 76 light blue, RLM 75 Grey and RLM 70 green for the prop blades.

Thanks!

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I love the 110 G4 as it is a very sinister looking machine and yours is amongst if not 'the' very best build of this Eduard kit I have ever seen. Just brilliant!

 

Gary

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She's a stunner!

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