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The 1/48 TA 152 C-0/R11 “V7″ from Dragon

November 19, 2013 in Aviation

This is my vision of the famous TA 152 C-0/R11 (V7).

I have slightly changed the nose, the exhaust pipes and the front cooling system.

I made the wheels chocks with styrene pieces and electric wire.

I wanted to represent the plane during the first flight test period, before it received new paint.

The flight test pilot is stand up near the plane.

The paints are enamel type (Humbrol, Aeromaster and Model Master).

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10 responses to The 1/48 TA 152 C-0/R11 “V7″ from Dragon

  1. Another excellent rendition, Eric.

  2. Very very nice. Great photos as well. Makes me want to break out the kit and get on with it.

  3. Hello guys and thank you very much for your messages.

    Best regards, Eric from France

  4. Another stunner, Eric!
    The antenna wire has a very realistic sag, what material is this?

  5. Eric,
    You just keep the beauties coming and they are a joy to view. Outstanding work.

  6. Hello everyone,

    Once again a big thank you for your comments to go straight to my heart.
    About the manufacture of antenna cable, I did like the other models in this small series, with a bit of a helmets walkman electrical cable assembled cyanoacrylate glue.

    Thank you again and soon. Eric from France

  7. Another fine 109 sir. I do like the b/w pic to start with.
    Lovely finish and presented, superb.

  8. Thank you very much Simon.

    Best regards, Eric from France

  9. Another masterpiece from you, Eric, you must be a very busy man!

  10. Hello and thank you George.

    In general, I built a plane 1/48 in approximately 2 to 3 months. The last one I’m being the TA 152 H0 “green 4”. Now I decided to change the scale and I attacked the 1/32 Mustang from Tamiya.
    But this is another adventure that could last more than two months …

    Thank you again, Eric from France

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