Eduard 1:48 FW190A-8/R2 Fenlander

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that's really great work Graham-compare that to your Sea Harrier that you were quite unhappy with & you've come a long way in a short time! The paintwork is truely excellent, it really does look like a FW-190. I can't wait to see this in a scenic dio.

Also, many thanks for the lead-wire tip-I'm sick of trying to bend fusewire into place!

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That really is coming on well,looking the dog's you know whats! Like Patrick I'm looking forward to the finished "ensemble".

Cheers

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Finished at last (pending a final look around tomorrow when my eyes will focus again) A couple of snaps to give you an idea but I will take some proper pics tomorrow for the completed section. It has been a fun build, hope you like it.
 

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That's really nice. Good one Graham.

I see now why you're happy to try 1/48! If you can manage that Ketten, then 'normal' sized armour should present you with no major problems.

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Well done Graham, a most excellent diorama. I for one am looking forward to some more piccies!

Cheers

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Cracking job Graham, plenty to see....and admire.

Well done,

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Dead ?

Hi Graham,

My first visit in your Diorama-Country was already astonishing for me, but having 'studied' the FW190 meanwhile this is a magnificent piece of modeling !

The brake-fluid tubes in particular are great.

I hadn't noticed them and checked them up on the picture of an authentic FW (the one in the center) and think their sizes are ok .

Which of you kit-modeler said again "just stick some plastic pieces together" ??

Could not get a better look at the engine compartiment than pic.1 so look forward to your promised 'proper pictures'.

One thing Graham, since you are a 'mm-chopper' like all of us, do you agree the tires of this kit are a bit thin ? (pic.3).

An other thing.

What's up with the guys ?

Are they dead ?

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Looks great Graham well done looking forward to seeing more photos of it
 
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I`ll tell you what Graham thats superb mate , I love it

Great work , 5 stars from me pal

Richy
 
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