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1/32nd Me-109

November 1, 2014 in Aviation

Another old kit no longer in the inventory. I believe this was a Hasegawa offering, but again, I’m not sure. The camo was sprayed from the rattle cans using my tried and true method of using either a draped cloth or cardboard ripped and held a distance away whilst painting – only the wing area(s) were masked. IIRC, it was a tad windy the day I took the pics, hence the blurred prop (an unplanned effect). But hey….at least I had more than one photo. 🙂

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13 responses to 1/32nd Me-109

  1. Very nice Craig. I like the spinning prop!!

  2. Hi Craig, sad that its gone. A nice Gustav.
    Roughly a BoB veteran but very nice.
    Looking at the 109 i am again tempted to get a rattle can for modelling in my hand.
    I am using a lot of rattle cans to get my old car in proper fashion, quite a 1/1 kit 🙂
    Well done

  3. Looks good Craig, nice when something happens when you don`t expect it, and you got the pic to prove it.
    Thanks for posting mate.

  4. Nice work Craig. Where did these kits go?

  5. Great one Craig. The spinning prop is a treat.
    California Steve

  6. Looks great, It is heartening to know someone out there does an ME-109 with a rattle can, and does it well too-

  7. pretty spiff Craig. That makes me lust for another

  8. Good job Craig, the spinning prop looks very effective.

  9. Nice one Craig, goes to shoe that no “spining prop” effect is as good as a real spining prop. 🙂

  10. Master of the rattle can and the spinning prop, is there no end to your talents? Oops, I nearly forgot, and the camera as well!

  11. It still looks good Craig, even when painted with rattle cans.There are no rules in modelling. The key is to enjoy and get rid of stress.Thanks for sharing. (at first I thought the propeller was motorized ). 🙂

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