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1/32 Hasegawa Focke Wulf Fw-190A8

December 5, 2016 in Aviation

This is 1/32 Hasegawa Focke Wulf Fw-190A8 finished with the markings of Commander of II/SG2 Maj Karl Kennel in May 1945.

Cockpit components painted to RLM66 and modified by MDC Luftwaffe instrument dials decals and Eduard PE seat belts.

Other modifications are:
Quickboost Exhaust
HD models (Henri Daehne) propeller and spinner
Eagle Editions Fw190 Main wheels
Master model pitot tube

My painting reference is Kagero s Monograph Focke Wulf Fw-190 vol.I book.
Painting was done with Gunze acrylics.
Lower surfaces painted to RLM76, upper surfaces to RLM81(with few drobs of brown paint) and RLM82. Mottling on the fuselage done with free hand airbrushing.

I have used Montex masks on the fuselage, underwing crosses and swastikas on the tail. Upperwing crosses and fuselage codes are decals..

This Wurger finished after some weathering and Gunze matt coat

Happy modelling

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11 responses to 1/32 Hasegawa Focke Wulf Fw-190A8

  1. Your 190 is simply amazing………….. I really like it. I’m a fan of using the masks too, now that I tried a set on my Curtiss Helldiver. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Stunning workmanship as usual, Tolga…this looks fabulous!

  3. Very lovely! Excellent paint and weathering work as usual!

  4. A beautiful model, Tolga.

  5. Beautiful subject and perfect paint job.

  6. Great190! Gotta love a good “butcher bird”.:)

  7. Love the unusual scheme on this. Well done, The camo extending into the landing gear doors is quite unique. Thanks for sharing an amazing Butcher bird in a scheme I have never seen before.

  8. Beautiful work, as always, Tolga.

  9. Very nice, Tolga.! of coarse I expect nothing less coming from your work bench.

  10. Thanks for your comments.

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