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Airfix 1/72 Focke Wulf FW190 D9
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PostPosted: April 20th, 2016, 12:28 pm 
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Hi All

As I have mentioned elsewhere, I have a number of models which are at least 95% complete but, for some reason, I have never got round to finishing them. So, I thought if I started putting them on here, it might be just the push I need to complete that final 5%.

First up is my Airfix FW190 D9. I was so pleased with myself for getting all those stripes on the underside, I have no idea why I haven't seen this one through to the end. All that's needed is to paint the exhausts and a bit of light weathering (unless, of course, anyone tells me otherwise).

This is how she looks at the moment. All brush painted.

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Nicely done. Was that all brushwork? It's very effective. 8-)

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That's a very nicely brushed paint scheme.

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That's a very good effort Simon, Luftwaffe mottling is difficult to achieve whether done by brush or airbrush and, in my opinion, particularly by brush as it is difficult to get a feathered effect so kudos to you there. Are the JV44 markings from the kit or have you used aftermarket? (those stripes look like a headache waiting to happen!)

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