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ajcmac

Me 109 G-10

Sorry for my bad English. I use the google translator.

I was a little more than two years without building any model (this is the second time that I make an extended stop and I hope it is the last one).

In September 2016, to see if I was excited, I bought a Me 109 G 10 from the Trumpeter in 1/32.

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I have thrown some pieces of the sprues, I have collected some pieces but only in January of this year is it really progressed with the model.
I started the engine.

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I took advantage to try some techniques because my idea was to close the engine doors.

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Regards

ajcmac

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18 hours ago, coolboxx said:

Great start, a favourite of mine watching 

Thanks coolbox :).

Continuation.

I have glued wings and fuselage and I have painted some pieces that I usually leave for the end and then take a long time to finish them.

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Landing gear.

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Wheel.

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Propeller.

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regards

Ajcmac

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On 11/05/2017 at 6:35 PM, coolboxx said:

That's looking impressive, coming on very well. 

 

On 11/05/2017 at 11:19 PM, GusMac said:

Nice result on the propellor spiral.

Thanks for following and for your comments.

And after putting on the mask I started painting. For RLM 76 I used the gunze H-417.

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Then the shading.

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Some pieces already have the gloss cote applied.

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The auxiliary tank is ready.

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The next step, paint the wings, but I will have to wait because miss me the RLM 74. News now only next week.

Regards

ajcmac

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On 15/05/2017 at 4:45 AM, BevanBrooks said:

Looking very sharp. Looking forward to your next instalment.

 

Cheers Bevan

Thanks BevanBrooks :).

Gunze's RLM 75 has not yet arrived. I know I should paint the lighter colors first ... but I hope that when painting the RLM 75 there are no problems. I had no patience and could not resist. I painted the RLM 83.

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ajcmac

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I know that feeling, you may find painting it this way gives you different opinions. Looking forward to rlm 75. 

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Thanks coolboxx, I also do not usually have problems painting yellow or white over other colors, but ...

The paints, at least the one that interests me the RLM 75, have not yet arrived but the patience is few.

I applied lights and shadows.

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And if you continue to wait I paint the fuselage. Then we see the result.

Regards

ajcmac

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After putting the mask (BluTak and Tesa tape) the RLM 75.

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There towards the end of the afternoon the lights and shadows.

Regards

ajcmac

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13 hours ago, BevanBrooks said:

Looking good!

 

Cheers Bevan.

 

5 hours ago, Wingco57 said:

those late Messerschmitts really had some very interesting liveries. Looking great.

Thanks.

For those who, like me, have already built several Me 109 this color combination is the first time. I read in another forum that the various color combinations at the end of the war was the result of lack of stocks, they painted with what they had at the time.

I started painting the top of the fuselage and this time with the RLM 75.

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Regards

ajcmac

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