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Hi everyone and happy new Year ! My latest completion . I used the Eduard set for the cockpit and some Montex Masks for the decals . The 'net' is freehand airbrushed and the rest just simple masking . Hope you like it !

 

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Wonderful work, really nicely done

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Very nice! I have always considered this one of the coolest mottling-styles on the Bf-109. You are good at free-hand airbrushing!

What did you use for weathering (e.g. on the wings)?

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Thanks guys ! I did the weathering with the airbrush , then a wash with dark brown and finally for the wings i used the same wash and a sponge to do the stains 

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What a beautiful built and weathered example!  And thanx for the info about how you achieved this great look. :)

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Super!  Great paintwork.

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What the others have said- super job on the very unusual fuselage mottling. Colors are right on the money, too!

Mike

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Nice '09! And that criss-crossing freehand camo is a work of art.

 

Prop blades are usually not in need of fanciful "weathering", though. And, since you went to the trouble of drilling out the muzzles of the MG FF:s, perhaps a spot of dark grey paint on the forward end of the exhaust sheathing? It's supposed to hollow… 😉

 

Really good modelling overall!

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

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Very interesting. Zeros had a similar pattern

Edited by Josip

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16 hours ago, Spitfire31 said:

Nice '09! And that criss-crossing freehand camo is a work of art.

 

Prop blades are usually not in need of fanciful "weathering", though. And, since you went to the trouble of drilling out the muzzles of the MG FF:s, perhaps a spot of dark grey paint on the forward end of the exhaust sheathing? It's supposed to hollow… 😉

 

Really good modelling overall!

 

Kind regards,

 

Joachim

Thank you Joachim for the comments and for the tip ! I think i have to try the dark grey paint . As for the propeller weathering i think i got to excited and overdid it ! 

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