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1/48 Tamiya FW190 A8/R2 *finished*

Discussion in 'Completed Aeroplanes' started by flounder_al, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

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    Well here is my latest offering to you all. Was a nice kit to build apart from the 'more than usual' bits of flash from Tamiya. Had to clean up quite a few bits. Now i know this is not in the norm so i'll let it go as a one off.

    Did a few new things with this kit.

    Firstly i've added undercarriage leg information plates. I made these out of degreased quality street tinfoil painted with semi-gloss humbrol (Satin Hu85) then lightly scratched the surface to make it look like writting.
    Secondly i've actually added aeriel wire inside the canopy and externally using EZ-line
    Thirdly i've had a go at mottling. Have to say my new airbrush should take the plaudits for that. Not up to some of your standards on here but at least it's a starting point lol

    So here we go :)

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  2. treyzx10r

    treyzx10r treyzx10r Scale Model Member

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    Al super looking 190 ! I like what you've done with the mottle . I've not used easy line before how was it to work with?
     
  3. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

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    It was dead easy to use. Loves sticking to things with static though lol. But other then that i'm going to use it all the time for my aeriels
     
  4. Ian M

    Ian M GB+SIG Mod. Staff Member Admin

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    Real nice butcher there Allyne.
    It looks like you have gotten the hang of that airbrush pretty quick!

    Nice one'
    Ian M
     
  5. mossiepilot

    mossiepilot A learner learning Scale Model Member

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    Nice, very nice 190 Allyne.

    Tony.
     
  6. stona

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    Very nice indeed. I was watching your progress in your build thread,you certainly got the hang of your airbrush quick enough!
    Cheers
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  7. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

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    Steve. Would you recommend less mottling? It seems a little OTT
     
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    It varied a lot. Some had very little out of the factory,certainly far less than on their competitors from the Messerschmitt plants. It's always best to try and find a reference for your aircraft or at least one in the same unit or production block.
    Cheers
    Steve
     
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    yak face Staff Member Moderator

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    Beautiful job allyne, looks the business , cheers tony
     
  10. flounder_al

    flounder_al Luftwaffe Nachtjager fan Staff Member Moderator

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    Cheers guys. I enjoyed building it and trying out the new airbrush on it. Could have made certain things alot better but was done as a quick build :)
     
  11. spanner570

    spanner570 SALAD DODGER Scale Model Member

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    Very nice build and paintwork Allyne.
    I do like the mirror image photos, great idea!

    Yep, very nice....

    Ron
     
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    A very nice finish Allyne.
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  13. colin m

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    Great job Allyne. I like the look of the 190 and you've made a nice job of this one.

    Colin M........
     
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    Like the others have said thats one great looking 190 Allyne very well build and painted a 5 from me
     

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