1/72 Bf 109E-7 - Aircraft in Foreign Service WWII

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  1. destrozas

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    #1 destrozas, Nov 23, 2013
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    User Name: destrozas
    Name: sergio
    Category: intermediate
    Entry:messer bf109 e-7 bulgarian winter 44-45
    kit:revell #40017
    scale: 1/72
    Accesories: liveries painted

    6) Bf109E-4, "White 1", Royal Bulgarian Air Force, Winter 1944-45. This plane was originally delivered to Bulgaria in 1942, when the country was allied with Germany. Camouflage was RLM 74 Graugr√ľn and RLM 75 Grauviolet over RLM 76 Lichtblau with white winter overspray. The upper fin and rudder were painted white, red and green.

    updating the information according ire fence me coming and / or finding

    kit:

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    first thing I did was remove the positive panels and endow them lines where the panels will go negative.

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    as caponi is in very poor condition found a pic of this squadron at that time he had a net over mimetica and so I colocare so that the interior does not see, the technique of covering the "unsmokable" as we say here what it is impossible to do well.
     
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    Good work so far.
     
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    Looks like your well on your way with this one mate, are you starting your own squadron!
     
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    Very cool Sergio!
     
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    :) very nice, this was my very first kit Sergio :D I built it with my dad hehehe :) such awesome memories, she is looking great so far :)
     
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    Nice start Sergio.
     
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    #10 destrozas, Nov 28, 2013
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    THanks guys.
    Practically finished spitfire 19 GB retake these projects will be more rapid than not normal as there will detail nothing but changing the kit decals are so old they do not serve anything but to remember.
    the plane like this:

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    black primer layer is vallejo

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    following the painting of the fuselage
     
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    Nicely done.
     
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    paul even faster and still more
     
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    I go with the job done today, painted the bottom and the top, RLM 74, 75, 76 respectively, I gave him wearing wires on the sides too.

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    diluted white and has started after 1 hour by wire, sections and cleaning the needle tip came to this:

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    Even for painting lacks the top wings and spoilers, liveries from all sides and tail, as I like I'll buy one is me 109 ea 1/72 and do it again.
     
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    #20 destrozas, Dec 2, 2013
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    thanks Guys

    I have yet to work has been as we can see in the photos, he asked me a plane for gifts this holiday season and I have to do this week and next, and that has to go to Mexico again this project is a little late GB
     
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