REVELL BF-109 K-4

Discussion in 'Start to Finish Builds' started by Naughty, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. Naughty

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    My first WWII aircraft

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    Looking good mate!
     
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    I agree, looking good so far.
     
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    Why so much yellow on the instrument panel???
     
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    Looking very good but I agree with Les there is too much yellow on the pilot panel.What is more the grey colour you used for the cockpit interior painting is too light.It should be RLM66 which is very dark grey one.If you didn't have the colour you could mix the light one with the black.Here you are the RLM66 sample.
     

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    Looks good.Are you using any sort of aftermarket cockpit?
     
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    again this evening to paint the cockpit.

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    The parts kit in the cockpit. indicators DECALE and thinner mat is applied.
     
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    Oh sorry man ,Is this 1/32?
     
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    Looks nice!
     
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    my airbrush was broken and i did this camo with brush :(
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    my sample
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  13. lesofprimus

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    Dont know if I'd be using a skin from IL2 as my reference for a 1/32 kit....
     
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    I love this skin :)
     
  15. lesofprimus

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    But is it an accurate portrayal of the crate in question??? Did u do any research to verify the skin creators accuracy???
     
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    That camo pattern on the wing looks like its from a Me 410 - believe me, lately I know! :)
     
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    Looking good man!:D
     
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    The pattern on the skin was most commonly seen on the G-6, don't recall seeing it on a K...?
     
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    Yeah unfortunately following the default 109K skin from IL2 has led you astray.

    This scheme was last used on 109G-6s, Im not sure which factory used it but I pretty sure it was canned When the G-10 game along, I've seen plenty of G14AS's with the even early type of wing camo (109Es in the BoB type) but again not this type, Japos 109K markings and Camouflage has good refs to wing patterns used on all blocks of K-4s
     
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