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This is my personal interpretation of the Bf 109 G-10 called Rosemarie. It was a really dirty and weary G-10 U4.

The Revell kit is good but uses some baffling shortcuts. Unreal rivets on the cowl, low details on the horizontal stabilizers, cockpit rear armor integral with the fuselage and more…

As usual I used Gunze Sangyo Acrylic colors, RLM 76, 75, 83 and a mix of 76 and 75 for the lighter gray of the fuselage.

Decals are from HAD, 72086 sheet. Cockpit interior is from Aires resin set. Weathering done with MIG powders and Carbhotello pastels.

The colors of this aircraft have been much discussed, I hope this may be a correct interpretation.

Thanks for watching!

Pier

 

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Edited by Pier Grizi
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Beautiful work. It really captures that late war look. And I like the patches of primer!

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Absolutely cracking Gustav

 

Congratulations

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Wow! Hard to believe that's 1/72. It could easily pass for larger. Besides building and painting small scale, you're quite good at photography.

 

 

 

Chris

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I have built that kit and know what a challenge it is! GREAT job, I really enjoyed seeing it here.

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Gorgeous Gustav, excellent build and paint job !

 

Wulfman

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beautiful model, great photos :goodjob:

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