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Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-10 'White 2' (1/48 Hasegawa)

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My entry for the GB is the Bf 109 G-10 in 1/48 scale from Hasegawa. White 2 from IV/JG 27 - Germany 1945.

 

Boxart

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Extra parts

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Starting with the Cockpit. Some scratch build with lead foil and wire. A seat from Ultracast.

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Paint on. Maincolor for the Cockpit is Gunze RLM 66, the fuel line is Tamiya XF-4 green yellow. Weathering with MIG weathering wash.

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Rescriping the missing panel line on the upper wing.

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and opening the wheel wells for the bigger tires of the Bf 109 G-10

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Time to rescripe the center line on the fuselage.

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Extra for the cockpit

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Primer on, Mr.Surfacer 1200

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Gunze RLM 66

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The seat from Ultracast is in place

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Behind the scene.

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Inner parts of the Bf 109 G-10 was paintet with Gunze RLM 02 and the wing radiators are in place.

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Dryfit

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A little bit need of putty on the wing roots

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The oil cooler flaps the 0,2 mm plastic card scratch build.

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Breaking lines 

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Screen washer pipe, made from copper wire and lead foil.

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Painting

 

Primer Mr.Surfacer 1200 and preshading with black und prehighlights with white.

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The fuselage band in RLM 25, First try was Lifecolor - never ever, Okay time to mix it self with green, blue and yellow.

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Basic color Grunze RLM 76

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Highlight the RLM 76 with white and blended with very thin RLM 76. Hard to see.

 

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The Spinner spiral with Montex Mask, Basecolor Tamiya flat white mixed with Tamiya clear kloss and sprayed millions of white coats on the spinner.

 

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Montex spinner mask on

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and followed by seme gloss black from Tamiya.

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Camo painting

 

The colors for the camo are RLM 75 and RLM 83 from Gunze.

 

 

Starting with RLM 75

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Next is RLM 83

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Both colors are highlight with main color + white. Motling was made from RLM 75 on the fuselage sides.

 

 

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Masking with the Montex Masking set.

 

Paintmix is Tamiya flat white + Tamiya closs clear

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Tamiya flat white + gloss clear and semi gloss black

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Squadron markings and number for the Bf 109 G-10

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That's looking real sweet. Thanks for getting back up to speed with this build on LSM. 

 

I hate doing those spiral spinners. You seem to have the hang of that :D

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Hello Norman.

Really nice job and paint that you made here!

Like it very much!

Cheers,

Jamme

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                                          THAT is a great looking 109 !! 

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Fantastic! Glad to see that you have made heaps of progress on your G-10!

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Norman,

 

Fantastic job!  I love your photo chronicle of the build.  Keep up the good work.

 

Cheers,

Wayne

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Stunning, great job on the overall paintwork ! the mottling is so subtle .. some of the best I've seen (from a non-judge perspective, of course)

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Sry for the delay, ich last pictures of the 109 with the rest of the decals from the kit on and the weathering wash from Flory Models.

 

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The finale foto session this moring after build end of the Bf 109 G-10 IV./JG 27.

 

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Guest styrenedemon

Holy smokes...that is an absolutely beautiful build.

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Awesome! Love to see you tackle that on a 32nd kit!

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