1/48 Hasegawa BF 109G-2 "Schroer" (OOB)

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    1/48 Hasegawa BF 109G-2 "Schroer" (OOB)

    Post  Alex Kontiveis on Thu Aug 06, 2009 8:22 pm

    Another ...burger.
    This is the Hasegawa's classic kit, excellent fitting, easy to assembly, many mistakes in its dimensions. Not accurate. But...I love them!!!

    Painted with Gunze as usual. According to its profile the RLM79 is lowered on fuselage than usual trop 109s. The Antenna is "crossed" at the middle of the fuselage instead of the back. (most of the G-2s).

















    that's my pre-shading



    and my clean and sharp workbench!!!!


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    Re: 1/48 Hasegawa BF 109G-2 "Schroer" (OOB)

    Post  alexbb on Thu Aug 06, 2009 8:47 pm

    reminds me of the old days when used to do aircraft
    great build,paint and weathering

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    Re: 1/48 Hasegawa BF 109G-2 "Schroer" (OOB)

    Post  Joseph on Fri Aug 07, 2009 8:56 am

    Alex

    So you pre-shade the panel lines etc with a darker shade of the finishing colour, the you apply the finishing colour and that's it, or you apply a lighter colour in between the panels as well. How exactly is this technique applied as I would like to try it out as I think it speeds up the process.

    As usual very nice work and by the way very insiping work bench Smile is it always in that state or only after finishing a model.

    Joseph

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    Re: 1/48 Hasegawa BF 109G-2 "Schroer" (OOB)

    Post  Alex Kontiveis on Fri Aug 07, 2009 9:57 am

    Joseph wrote:Alex

    So you pre-shade the panel lines etc with a darker shade of the finishing colour, the you apply the finishing colour and that's it, or you apply a lighter colour in between the panels as well. How exactly is this technique applied as I would like to try it out as I think it speeds up the process.

    As usual very nice work and by the way very insiping work bench Smile is it always in that state or only after finishing a model.

    Joseph

    I pre-shade it with tank grey ALWAYS...with 0,20 line.Then.. I apply the main color. I wait for half an hour...and then i post-shade it panel by panel with the light ver of the main color. (it depends how dark looks the pre-shading).

    Try it. I paint a whole 48 in 5-8 hours. (don't forget i paint with acrylics)

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    Re: 1/48 Hasegawa BF 109G-2 "Schroer" (OOB)

    Post  Ray on Sun Aug 09, 2009 6:40 pm

    A very tast burger indeed Alex Laughing

    Ray affraid

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