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Jurek Greinert

Fokker G-1 - Mikromir 1/48

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Basically from the box, Vector engines, Master barrels added. A little riveting on metal elements. Colors - my interpretation. Model ... very well fitted for a shortrun

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Super model of this unusual type. Looks great and your colours look convincing.

 

Cheers

 

Malcolm

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Very nice! No - very very nice! I love these flying anomalies.

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Very nice presentation of an unusual plane.

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FANTASTIC, rare model on forums and finished exceptionally good.

Great colors, details and weathering. I like it a lot.

Best regards Djordje

 

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Jurek,

 

That is an incredible example of workmanship on one of my favorite Fokker designs. It looks like the kit is a very good one, but what you have done with it speaks volumes about your modeling skills. The colors and wear and tear are right on the money and the masking of the transparencies is perfect! What a handsome and pugnacious multi-engined fighter, Not my preferred scale, obviously, but I doubt my 1/72 MPM kit will turn out half as well, but I'm saving your build as a reference! Well done! 👍👍

Mike

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A master's model!

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A very sharp work on a very unusual twin fork devil! Me like a lot!

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You really did this beautiful bird great justice. Thanks for sharing.

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Maybe this is just my prejudice but I am all about engines, props and undercarriage. The engines are absolutely superb. They elevate this kit to the highest level. 

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Wow! Just Wow!

 

That's a real beauty. Well done!

 

May I please ask how you painted the engine cylinders? They look great.

 

 

 

Chris

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Posted (edited)

An absolutely beautiful build Jurek, Love the Dutch schemes. Looks like another great kit from Micro-Mir.

Edited by Hobo

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6 hours ago, dogsbody said:

Wow! Just Wow!

 

That's a real beauty. Well done!

 

May I please ask how you painted the engine cylinders? They look great.

 

 

 

Chris

All gloss black, cylinders mrhobby supermetalic - steel. Next black wash on lower part of cylinders. Painting in separate parts

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Now that I really like.

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Oh yes 

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8 hours ago, Jurek Greinert said:

All gloss black, cylinders mrhobby supermetalic - steel. Next black wash on lower part of cylinders. Painting in separate parts

 

Thanks! Your's look most realistic.

 

 

 

Chris

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Posted (edited)

Superb. My Fokker waiting for assembling.

Edited by Michael-S

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Posted (edited)

Fantastic, really like it! This one is in my stash too.

 

What colors (+brands?) did you use for the camo color scheme?

 

Cheers!

Jurrie

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3 hours ago, Jurrie said:

 

 

What colors (+brands?) did you use for the camo color scheme?

 

Cheers!

Jurrie

well, the most difficult question. There were originally three colors but then I started to mix and finally filtered by changing the tone. Soo, I can't answer with the numbers

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Fantastic job, really nicely finished too

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