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Eduard 1/48 Bf109G-10 'Rosemarie'


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#5 and last of Bf109's I finished during the summer. 

This is an Eduard Bf109G-10 WNF/Diana profile pack. Unused decals from this kit was also used on another Hasegawa Bf109G-10 that I posted here earlier. 

 

Nanond


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Excellent build, paint and weathering. As said above, your photography is excellent as well. I consider you a master builder.

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"Oh Rosemarie I love you...🎶" as the old song goes. I liked your Hasegawa 109 but this one is in the league above that. Lovely weathering.

 

Duncan B

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3 hours ago, Nikola Topalov said:

Beautiful work! Spot on in every way! Well done man! 

 

Do you use a photo booth of any kind or do you have another method? Any photoshop editing? 

 

Best, 

Nikola

Hi Nikola,

I used a large sheet of glossy coated paper, bought at an art supply store, and two 5500K bright white lamps. I did a little simple editing for brightness and contrast on paint.net app.

 

 

1 hour ago, Duncan B said:

"Oh Rosemarie I love you...🎶" as the old song goes. I liked your Hasegawa 109 but this one is in the league above that. Lovely weathering.

 

Duncan B

Thank you. It is strange that I made them at the same time, but somehow the 'fineness' of Eduard kit made it look much better. 

 

Thank you all for your kind comments!

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Nanond

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44 minutes ago, Nanond said:

Hi Nikola,

I used a large sheet of glossy coated paper, bought at an art supply store, and two 5500K bright white lamps. I did a little simple editing for brightness and contrast on paint.net app.

 

 



 

 

 

Thank you Nanond!

So far I went with a light blue matt sheet, with only one lamp of around 2500K and knew that I have to improve on that. :)

Will definitely try out your method with two lights and cool white.

 

Best,

Nikola

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This is one of the most convincing Me-109 builds I have ever seen and easily the best photographed Me-109 I have ever seen. Congrats to a real winner.

 

Cheers,

Michael

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