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gazza l

Eduard 1/48th Fw 190A-4

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Hi everyone,

 

Just finished this excellent kit in an incredible three weeks, extremely quick for me. 

Every thing just fell together, great fit, superb surface detail, I'm totally hooked on these Eduard Profipack kits.

I used MRP paints, Alclad clear cotes, oil washes along with some pastels.

 

Thanks for looking, any C&C welcomed, gazza l

 

Just noticed I've forgotten to add the aerial to the fuselage!!!

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Lovely work. Nice subtle weathering... I really like the scheme. I believe this kit is awesome. Looking forward to have a go myself. Gotta love the butcher bird.!

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Lovely build - like the Winter scheme.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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You have captured the look of the winter Wurger quite well IMO. Those kits are indeed great fun to build. Am on my third one this year, doing the A-8 variant which  I hope to complete  very briefly, much like you did on this lovely gem

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Winter camouflage....option which i think almost every modeler avoid as much as possible......why.....talking in my name....because it is hard to get it right.

And you manage it, perfectly.

I like your approach, as it is often that winter models looks like armor ones, mud and dirt. This FW is weathered very realistic.

Best regards Djordje

 

 

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