Fw190 D-9

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  1. ellis995

    ellis995 Active Member

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    Hi guys
    Putting pics up here where it's supposed to be as it is finished.

    Sorry for the way they are presented :oops:

    Here they are

    DORA 1 redone.jpg

    DORA 2 redone.jpg

    DORA 3 redone.jpg

    DORA 4 redone.jpg

    DORA 5 redone.jpg
     
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    Not bad, really not bad.:D
     
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    Yup, not bad at all. Keep up the good work Keith. :D
     
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    Thanks guy's

    My best build attempt yet. ( i think :oops: )

    Want to try a bit of weathering, etc next :D:D
     
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    What's next then Keith?
     
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    Good work Keith....well done mate.

    I have only one minor nitpick....the judge coming out in me....sorry..:oops:...the swastikas are not identically placed on each side of the fin.
     
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    I've noticed that too... But still, nice looking model Keith. Great improvement. :thumbleft:
     
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    Thanks guys

    didn't notice the swastikas :oops::oops:
     
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    Nice work Keith. The little nit picks are what help you to look at details on future models, and it won't be long until you're getting some great work done mate.
     
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    Thanks Terry

    ( i am getting there ) It's all done to you guys on here and all the info on the threads :thumbright::thumbright:
    to all on this forum for the help and comments which are a great help:oops:
     
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    It's a pleasure to be able to help Keith, just keep asking away, and I'm sure we'll do what we can. The more attention, and therefore time, you give to the detail areas, and the overall model, the better they will be in the long run. Also, not only will you get more enjoyment and sense of achievement from the hobby, you'll also get better value for money! In other words, if it takes a month to build a kit, instead of a week, that's great value for, say, a £15 kit, at roughly 50 pence per day, for lots of entertainment, enjoyment, and improvement in skills and experience! Where else can you find such good value?!!!
     
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    Glad to help Keith!:D
     
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    Looks good.
    Ed
     
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    Thanks otftch
     
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