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Fw190D-9. JV44. A quick build towards GB end.

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This GB has been a real blast! We're nearing the end - so let me sneak in with a quick second build.

 

Work and travel commitments have been very high lately, and bench time (& mental powers) have been limited. What better than a Hasegawa OOB build?

 

This will be their Fw190D-9, using kit decals and HGW belts.

 

I'll be building a JV44 bird - "Red 3" - Hptm. Waldemar Wuebke. I'm yet to build a "pappagei-staffel" bird - which is surely a modelling rite-of-passage.

 

Mike's "Red 1" is superb, and Paulo's "Red 13" is taking shape - mind if I join you? :) :)

 

 

Here's the Hasegawa box art:

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Let the fun begin!

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I'll be wizzing through the construction phase.... like my FW190A-8 build, the focus will be improving my painting & weathering skills.

 

Now.. I made a start a couple of weeks ago...Ready to put the airframe together:

 

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Cockpit is OOB with kit IP decal. As mentioned I'll add the HGW belts.. I'm working on this now..

 

Main construction is complete!

 

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Thanks for looking! All comments welcome. Tim

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I'll be building a JV44 bird - "Red 3" - Hptm. Waldemar Wuebke. I'm yet to build a "pappagei-staffel" bird - which is surely a modelling rite-of-passage.

 

Mike's "Red 1" is superb, and Paulo's "Red 13" is taking shape - mind if I join you? :) :)

 

 

Be my guest! I will be following you... ;)

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This is coming along real quick, and looking particularly clean and neat too. Lovely work  B)

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Tim,

 

I'm of the belief that one can never have too many good cigars, women of questionable morals and red bottomed Doras!

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Your a machine to get another one out the door! Looking forward to this!

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Thanks all :) I'll enjoy this one.

 

Be my guest! I will be following you... ;)

Tim,

 

I'm of the belief that one can never have too many good cigars, women of questionable morals and red bottomed Doras!

Thanks Paulo and Mike for allowing me to tag along. Mike - very true hahahah :D :d

 

 

Nice! Godspeed! Following along....

Thanks Jeroen. :)

 

This is coming along real quick, and looking particularly clean and neat too. Lovely work  B)

Thanks James :). I normally try to keep the construction reasonably clean. (the bench though is another story!)

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Your a machine to get another one out the door! Looking forward to this!

haha thanks Dave!.. :). I try to keep them moving in a vain attempt to reduce the stash... like trying to dig a hole in the sand.. :D

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A business trip had me away for a couple of weeks, but now back to the bench. Only a few weeks to go!

 

Painting is underway, starting with the underside.  Now for some (iphone) pics.

 

Firstly a coat of tamiya acrylic flat white followed by 3mm tape to mask the stripes.  

 

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Next, an application of Mr. Color 114  (RLM23)

 

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Thanks for looking. All comments/feedback is welcome.

 

cheers, Tim

 

 

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Your a machine! I dont think I am going to get mine done :(

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Your a machine! I dont think I am going to get mine done :(

Bugger!! Sure you can't sneak it in??

 

This one will be done - however the quality of finish may not be there!!

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Progress... majority of painting is done, using Mr. Color range - RLM76, 81, 82, 83.

 

And - I'm without camera at the moment...

 

More iphone pics!

 

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As a rough guide I'm using the eduard jv44 kit instructions.. based on Crandall's book. But I'm not convinced with my mottling job... maybe need to tone down? Let me sleep on it....

 

Tim

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I think it looks great myself. If your not happy maybe a misting of 10% grey.(?)

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Bugger!! Sure you can't sneak it in??

 

This one will be done - however the quality of finish may not be there!!

 

I don't know... I could be close or way off... I will get it finish for sure thou! To close to put it aside!

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Nice job! The red/white paint was made in the way I intend to do mine as soon as I could fix my Compressor, who busted his freezer motor. I'm looking for a new motor to fix it.

I really appreciate your paint job!.

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Thanks all! And Paulo hope that you get your compressor back in action.

 

I've decided to push on - after weathering and a filter or two I think it should be ok.

 

Gloss coat will be going on tonight...

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Thanks Paul!

 

Kit decals are on.

 

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On the home stretch now ... weathering up next! A couple of weeks to go..

 

Tim

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Progress update!   Weathering underway

- brown/grey filter applied (oils)

- post-shading with redbrown/black mix

 

 

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Thanks for watching..  All comments, feedback, criticism, etc is welcome. 
 
Cheers,  Tim 
 
 
 

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Sweet !  Can wait to see the final result!!

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Thanks Paul.. Thanks Grant! 

 

 

Now I'm really on the home stretch.  :)   Some wing root chipping and the flat coat (Gaia ex-04. Great stuff!)  were applied.   Canopy masking tape removed (always the best part). 

 
 
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Next up - final touches (aerial wire etc) and I'm done.   :piliot:
 
All comments and criticism is welcome!
 
Cheers, Tim 
 

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