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Zarichta

Ju 188A JE+HK 2/KG.6 Hasegawa 1/72

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Hello modellers.

 

My last model is done.
Modest model and some hard work in the fittings parts. An old traditional Hasegawa 1/72 model.
I used Eduard photo etch interior and masks. Tamiya acrilic mixes.
I choose JE+HK 2/KG.6 version, found in Melsbroek, Belgium1944.


I hope you enjoy it.

 

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Cheers!

 

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22 minutes ago, Farmerboy said:

Absolutely stunning!

Thank you!

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Very nice work, and a super-attractive scheme!

Some Ju-188 really sported unusual paint jobs.

(I am currently working on the same model kit, but a different paint scheme.)

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Roman Schilhart said:

Very nice work, and a super-attractive scheme!

Some Ju-188 really sported unusual paint jobs.

(I am currently working on the same model kit, but a different paint scheme.)

 

 

Thank you very much Roman;


I also really like these different camouflages.
After finishing, send us photos of this your next model.

 

Cheers!

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I love that, the replacement wing really makes the model stand out. Great work. (I have just rediscovered my copy of this kit in the stash after having forgotten about it!).

 

Duncan B

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That is one very unusual scheme, but you have pulled it off! You don't see very many Hasegawa Ju-88 or Ju-188 kits built, but they appear to be very, very nice, with few issues, from what I have read. Well done!

Mike

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Great result. Love the look of the Ju188, ever since I first saw the Matchbox box art in the 80s

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Thank you guys!

Chers!

5 minutes ago, Stromness said:

Muito bom!!

Obrigado!

 

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That is very nice done. Good choice of scheme. It has a lot of interest.

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Posted (edited)

Gorgeous work!

 

Not your fault, but Hasegawa`s: The ailerons are wrong (due to a misinterpretation from photos). Dragon/DML did it correct with their 1/48 kit. From top (or bottom) view the trailing edges are "straight". The kink results from a change in the wing profile! There is a lot of very good photo evidence, e.g. in the Classic Publication book on the Ju 88.

 

Regards

Andreas Beck

Edited by ABeck
orthografic fault

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On 5/11/2019 at 6:19 AM, ABeck said:

Gorgeous work!

 

Not your fault, but Hasegawa`s: The ailerons are wrong (due to a misinterpretation from photos). Dragon/DML did it correct with their 1/48 kit. From top (or bottom) view the trailing edges are "straight". The kink results from a change in the wing profile! There is a lot of very good photo evidence, e.g. in the Classic Publication book on the Ju 88.

 

Regards

Andreas Beck

Thank you so much Andreas.

Cheers;

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Excellent work as usual.

 

I really appreciate your buildings. Keep them coming! 

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10 hours ago, ArmouredSprue said:

Excellent work as usual.

 

I really appreciate your buildings. Keep them coming! 

Thank you my friend!

Keep in touch,

 

Cristian

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