**** DONE: 1/72 focke-wolf Fw189 - Winter War / Eastern Front WWII

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  1. destrozas

    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    #1 destrozas, Aug 1, 2014
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    User Name: destrozas
    Name: sergio
    Category: intermediate
    Kit: Focke-wolf Fw189 condor
    Scale: 1/72

    the Fw189 I'll do is the V7 +1 E did not find the W.Nr but if I had a photo that says it is the period when the British began incursones to stop the production of nickel in Petsamo to German armored industry. belonged to the plane Ausfkzlärungseinheit1 . / (H) 32 based on Petsamo, allegedly destroyed in raids of British but I have not been able to confirm the fact.

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    the kit

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    Nice one Sergio!
     
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    Very brave choice. That camouflage will be a challenge in 1/72 scale.

    It might be W.Nr 2261, destroyed by bombing on 2nd July 1942.

    Cheers

    Steve
     
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    #4 destrozas, Aug 1, 2014
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    is possible in 1942 when he began raids Raf on German targets fell victims of these raids several fw189 so I could read but no clear expecifican serial of each plane and I already happened several times that the plane was another serial so if you do not have to certify it as a possible not claim anything.

    thank you steve.
     
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    That's such a unique looking aircraft and I agree that the camo pattern will be challenging. Looking forward to seeing it!
     
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    For sure. I think I'd be brushing this one. Nice one Sergio.
     
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    Cool choice. This one will be fun to watch.
     
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    With all here. Brave choice with the camo.
     
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    One of my favorite aircraft, excellent choice.
     
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    Nice one. That camo would be a challenge in 1/48 let alone 1/72

    Geo
     
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    Ive done ONE squiggle cammo and it was a giant PIA and that was 1/48 and I kept the squiggles fairly open
     

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    This camouflage something on this scale have done before:

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    forum I have this mistel.

    finish the cockpit, the penalty can not see photos of the interior painting

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    when I have two minutes you will do new photos to see if changing the background better, the white balance is a scourge for me
     
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    Off to a great start Sergio.... :thumbright:
     
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    Interesting one Sergio!
     
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    Using a white background to photograph your models tends to darken your subject so a more neutral grey or similar shade would be better.
     
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    destrozas Well-Known Member

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    That's andy, I will have booth photographed made ​​by me is where normally photograph almost everything to present better, but the fabric tapeworm washing to remove the amount of dust that enters the house, living in a village where grain is grown occurs much dust in suspension, now that is back mounted photos.

    new photos taken on blue background is the best for photos, but mine is somewhat obscure but it works.
    painted inside and given the weathering and ready for the matte varnish and be finished assembling

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    Great sergio
     
  19. Wayne Little

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    Nicely done!
     
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    You've got a nice start there.
     
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