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Hi all,

Just catching up with all the new builds on here. And new faces, it's been a while. 

I have just started the above Revell and converting to R2 Sturmbocke. Willi Maximowitz mount "BLACK 8" JG3. I was lucky enough to get "RAMRAIDERS" by Richard Taylor for my Birthday last year. 

And Ralph's version on here was an inspired build for me . Well all here goes. 

 

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Good to have you back here. Nice start with that 190, will follow, because I have two F8 in my stash with lots of goodies for two different settings.

Cheers Rob

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A great start here... Always good to see another FW underway.

 

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Terrific start on the 190 .. going to be a great build to follow and tag along

Keep 'em comin

Peter

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Thanks chaps, just a quick few pics. Played with the kit wheels as my upgraded wheels are the wrong type, opps...

 

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Lovely detail, if I may suggest Eduard's Brassin legs as a great addition to this flawless build, they are highly detailed and slightly "shorter" in weighted configuration.

Cheers

Martin

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Excellent work so far!

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Very nice weathering on the wheels and prop. Can't go wrong following Martin's suggestions.

Keep 'em comin

Peter

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Thank you all, just a quick update. Riveting, spinner (bit orange) ,and the brass landing gear arrived today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Managed to get hold of the brassin landing gear,  so couldn't resist cracking on with this.. Thank you for all above comments.... Great.

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hmm, your weathering looks delicious :) love it!

Cheers

M.

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I concur!.......harv :popcorn:

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Yeah...wow!  Looking dirty.

 

Gaz

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Wow, amazing weathering. Can't wait to see your magic working on the Sturmbock itself. The Scheuklappen (extra armor) looking bueno too.

Cheers Rob

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Superb!  

Looking awesomeso far.

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Super work on the riveting and the gear - looking real good

Keep 'em comin

Peter

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So far so impressed- ish, this is my latest update. A few changes, engine!!, and great fit.

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Love your weathering style, your dirt looks dirtier than other dirt :), especially on wheels and struts and that prop saw quite some action.

Cheers Rob

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Wow, brilliant work!  Love the weathering!

 

Gaz

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