Classic Airframes 1/48th Heinkel He 112E

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  1. T Bolt

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    #1 T Bolt, Apr 16, 2010
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    P4161645.JPG P4161646.JPG P4161647.JPG P4161648.JPG P4161649.JPG P4161651.JPG P4161653.JPG P4161654.JPG P4161655.JPG P4161656.JPG P4161657.JPG P4161659.JPG Another one brought down off the shelf and dusted off. Bought this hit a good ten years ago because I loved the paint scheme, and finally got around to building it around three years ago. It was a pretty basic kit but had good surface detail and went together fairly easily. I still love the paint and decals.
     
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    Good work there Glenn, looks good mate!:D
     
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    Nicely done!
     
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    Good job!
     
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    I agree, and a great looking scheme.
     
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    Nice.
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    Very nice work Glenn. Rumanian markings?
     
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    Thanks everyone! :D

    Terry: Yes it is Rumanian, a He 112B-1 of Grupul 5 vanatoare, based at Pipera-Bucharest in early 1941
     
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    Looks great, very cool color scheme
     
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    Blimey that's unusual. Nice one!
     
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    Nice one Glenn! Hungary used three of them too, btw.
     
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    Very cool, nice and different!
     
  14. T Bolt

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    squadron/signal's has an "in action" on the He 112 that's a good reference with info about all the countries that used them.
     
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    That's something different. I'm working on a Classic Airframes kit right now - the I-153 - and I know what you mean by "basic". I've learned that "low pressure injection" means not so well defined panel lines. Very nice job on this kit. How did you do the rigging? Are the tail markings a decal or are they painted on?
     
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    I used stretched sprue for the antenna line with dabs of white glue for the insulators. The tail markings were the kit supplied decals which I cut down a little and finished around the edges with paint. The yellow wing and fuselage bands were painted.
     
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    Nice one Glenn

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    Thanks everyone! :D I've been meaning to post some more of my completed kits, but the timing of my being home during the few minutes of sunlight that reaches my back yard has not worked out recently, so I haven't been able to take pictures. Maybe this weekend.
     
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