Afternoon, I just posted for info on the -109 and then came across your answering someone with a 109 model being built. If you happen to be a whiz with the 109 and read my post and can add to the info I am looking for that would be great!!!
Micdrow: Just to say thank you for the glorious pictures of RAF life during WW2. I volunteer for the Sandown aircraft museum on the Isle of Wight, Wight Aviation Museum (WAM) ; we are a charity who display aircraft history from the Isle of Wight. https://wightaviationmuseum.org.uk/ . The question is can we use some of these photos in our museum? We are just finishing a display of a Battle of Britain plotting table.
Glad to see your eye caught the wide legs as well. It seemed rather off to me but I aligned each strut correctly and that was the angle at which they appeared. Each strut has a little support that extends towards the back of the plane and it had a place designated for that. It does look a little wider on the picture angle but nonetheless a bit fat. I always appreciate the feedback!!
Terrible to hear mate, hope everything clears up as it should! I haven't been around much either but am trying to put in my due diligence when possible. The days go on and my stash grows but nothing gets built lol.
Thank you for the explanation. I currently do the CA / pva method and it works but sometimes it inconvenient or has left detail missing after repeated rounds of filling. I do have some thing styrene strips and may try those next time when the opportunity presents itself.
I hope all has been well on your side of the pond!
Thanks for the info terry! You have caught me mid-sentence because I was going to say the barrels had the black paint as an undercoat for the silver
I saw your build and it is looking great. I will be following with interest. Please send me a PM about how to use stretched sprue because I had much difficulty filling in the wheel wells and some of the steps and gaps you had.