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Not my usual subject choice. and If I was going to build a Ju 88 I'd have probably have chosen a Battle of Britain aircraft. But I had this kit and no one wanted to buy it so a mate and I settled on a  mini build off of WW II German twin engined aircraft. I chose the option the box with the pox as I figured it would stand out in the cabinet. It does I'm not sure I made the right choice.

 

Full details of the build at my blog but here are some photos

 

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Pox is certainly the right word for it.

Magnificent build and great setting.

The pox spots look very realistic, not perfectly done which gives it a sense of realism.

I have Dragons Ju-88 C-6 in the stash, just looking for the right scheme to peak my interest. This one certainly has raised an eyebrow.

I'll check out a review for details of this a/c's unit.

Well done on a cracking bujld and top finish.

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Superb 

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Very nicely done, the weathering looks spot on.

 

gazza l

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That is nicely done and something different too. 

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I like your Zerstorer a lot, that camouflage is just perfect. First C-6 from ICM I see built. How do ICM decals behave?

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A stunner! Wonderfully finished!

 

Miguel

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15 minutes ago, Holzhamer said:

I like your Zerstorer a lot, that camouflage is just perfect. First C-6 from ICM I see built. How do ICM decals behave?

The main markings and code are masks . But the stencils were fine. More details at the blog

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Very nice Calum. How did the kit go together? I have a C4 I want to do in the not to distant future. 

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Thats is LOVELY work :clap:

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Very smart build, the 88 was such a versatile air-frame.

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23 hours ago, Greg Law said:

Very nice Calum. How did the kit go together? I have a C4 I want to do in the not to distant future. 

Greg there is a bit more detail on the blog. The only issue were the nacelles . The rest is pretty straight forward

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Thanks for the comment Calum.  I  checked out the blog. The more I see of the model the more I like the scheme you chose.👍

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Outstanding results!!!!!  It`s a winner!!!!! :clap2:

 

Mike

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Its OK, I s'pose🤣

 

I need to get that Dornier finished.  You're killing me in this build off!

 

Bruce

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Very nice indeed I like the worn and in service look.

Sammy

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Calum, great work. If you were going for something unique and out of the ordinary you nailed it! It’ll certainly be peerless in your display cabinet. 
 

I’ve got the Dragon/Promodeller version in the stash, I’ve seen you and a couple others building these big beasts. I’m getting itchy to build mine now for some reason 🤪

 

Thanks for sharing this build, you really did a great job on the finish. 

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