Fw 190 A5 Hasegawa - ajcmac

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The foto

After all is not a Tamiya nor a Eduard. They were sold out so I opted for the Hasegawa Fw 190 A5. A model that represents the plane of Josef Priller.

Once completed I will try to do my first diorama.

The BMW 327

 
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Another great project,you guys are really upping the ante on this one! I've noticed quite a few chaps seem to be in the starting blocks,are you all planning a 00.01 a.m. start LOL

Cheers

Steve
 
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Sorry, but I did not want to post here. The kit arrived today and I just wanted to show it in Group Build Chat.
 
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I began to paint the interior all with Tamiya colors. RLM 66. I think the XF-63 is too dark so I used XF-24 + XF-8 (a few drops to give a bluish tint).














 
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Nice start, I like your 66.

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I past this one when i got the D-9, i wished i didn't now. Looking good.

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Saturday. Much rain and cold. I stayed home.

So, nothing like continue to build my Fw. The instrument panel was completed.

 

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Lookin good
 
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RLM 66 + XF-2 to give lights and RLM 66 + black to give shadows. Wash with oil paints (Burnt Sienna + black). Dry brush with Light Grey.



 

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That's coming along very nicely.

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That looks just superb. In fact I've just scroled up to the start to check that it is a 1/48 scale you are building!

I know its not part of the group build but I am really looking forwards to seeing that BMW!
 
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After finish the Fw I try to build the BMW and make a small diorama.

I put the seat belts (missing a seat belt, only in the end). I glued all the pieces of the cockpit.

 
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Cockpit is now ready. I glued the fuselage.

 

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I like the detail you've got there. Makes me wish I'd spent a little more and bought a kit with some detail worth painting!

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Nice one,well done with the yellow too.

Cheers

Steve
 
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