Next Project?

Discussion in 'Personal Gallery' started by Clave, Apr 17, 2006.

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What next?

  1. B29 Superfortress

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  2. AH64 Apache

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  3. Gloster Javelin

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  4. Fiat G55

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  5. Mig 25

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    7.7%
  6. Not a plane, do a tank or something!

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  1. Clave

    Clave Well-Known Member

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    What shall I do for my next profile?
     
  2. lesofprimus

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    An Fw-190D-9 from JG44, with the red stripes, like below...
     

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    That would look nice.

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    I like the fiat G-55. or how about cr.42 falco?
     
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    Hawker Fury would look good
     
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    Tu-95 Bear, those things look so cool
     
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    B29 would be cool.
     
  8. Gnomey

    Gnomey World Travelling Doctor
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    Yeah B-29 or the FW-190D-9 (or a TA-152H).
     
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    Reggiane Re 2005
     
  10. Pisis

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    I agree with the Dora from the Papagei Staffel, that would be cool. I have this model in 1/72 on my shelf, and I'm looking forward to build it.

    I voted for Fiat G.55 since I wanna know how you're going to deal with the camoflague.
     
  11. Clave

    Clave Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the ideas 8)

    I'm going with the Fiat. And I have no idea how to do the camo for it... yet...

    But I also like the late series 190s, so I'll keep that on my list too.
     
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    G.55 hell yeah! Do it in RSI markings, navy blue...Like this pic...
     

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  13. Clave

    Clave Well-Known Member

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    I'll probably do 2 (or more) camo schemes... 8)

    BTW - anyone know the official names for the 'blobby' type scheme?

    I have got all the colours listed on a site, 'Grigio Azzurro Scuro 3' 'Verde Olivia Scuro II' etc, but can't seem to find a reference for which ones are actually used to make this effect: :?:

    [​IMG]
     
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    You're one skilled bastard Clave. How did you do it?! :shock:
     
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    No idea Clave, ive never seen that colour scheme on a G.55 before, only MC.205's...

    There is this scheme but im unsure of the colours...
     

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    Probably beige and green CC.....
     
  17. cheddar cheese

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    Possibly, but it would be unusal to have the beige splodges on the green.
     
  18. Pisis

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    Most probably... Why it would be unusual? This is the most common Medditarrean/South European camo, especially for the ReAe.
     
  19. cheddar cheese

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    Green Splodges on the Beige is common...Not the other way round...

    EDIT: Althought it would appear that the 85th Squadriglia from 18 Gruppo, 3 Stormo used this scheme. (I know this is an MC.202, does anyone know if this unit operated G.55's ant any point?)
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    It could also be this contrasting greens of the 378th Squadrigilia of 155 Gruppo, 15 Stormo though..Agian does anyone know if this unit operated G.55's?
    [​IMG]
     
  20. the lancaster kicks ass

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    come on CC you're supposed to be the one that knows these things :lol:
     
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