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erlawerke

Fw 190A-4 of Nowotny´s devils chain from 1./JG54

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Wow again an outstanding work Oliver, youre really an artist.

 

Never get idea to make tutorials for us, or build reports, step-by-step? You could help many modelers............

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On 12/6/2019 at 1:51 PM, Toryu said:

Great ‘190! You see a lot here recently, but this one has a nice scheme for variation - thanks!

Btw, I would translate Teufelskette as Devil‘s flight. Kette was used as an alternative term for Schwarm.

Cheers, Michael

- I agree with you, the "TEUFELN" name was a reference to the members of this Kette who were certainely very experienced pilots.......

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Absolutely superb modelling, you can smell the oily hot engine, I swear you can! Fantastic painting too, that's a hard scheme to get 'right' but it's perfect in my eyes.

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On 12/7/2019 at 5:31 PM, Jens said:

Beautiful model! I love the way you have executed the paint scheme.
What colours did you use for the camo?

 

Jens

Once again, Thank you all! 🤗

@Jens: I used- Gunze aqueous colors RLM 70, 82 and H310 for the upper and RLM 76 for the lower side.

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Really nice `190 there, really like the camo` scheme

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2 hours ago, erlawerke said:

Once again, Thank you all! 🤗

@Jens: I used- Gunze aqueous colors RLM 70, 82 and H310 for the upper and RLM 76 for the lower side.

Thanks. I like the way the colours work together.

 

Jens

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An unusual scheme for an FW-190.

You have really nailed it - the oil stains on the cowl particularly caught my eye.

:goodjob::clap:

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