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This is “Yellow 6” Jg.54, winter, 1941. Decals are from Eagle Strike.
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Craig Abrahamson said on January 6, 2017
Don’t recall seeing this paint scheme variant in the past, but I like it – good work.
George Henderson said on January 6, 2017
Thanks Craig. One of the reasons I like Jg.54 was the non standard camo schemes they used
Greg Kittinger said on January 6, 2017
Nice change of pace for a 109! Great job.
Terry Schuler said on January 6, 2017
A nice 109 is always is always a good model. Good work, George !
Thank you very much
Robert Royes said on January 6, 2017
Love this scheme , one I could probably manage. Your avatar is great, woof woof !
Thanks Robert. The reason I chose this scheme is NO MOTTLES!!! Having said that, white paint is the bane of the brush painter. I chose Oddball to match my penchant for oddball schemes….plus I’ve seen the movie a brazillion times.
Robert Royes said on January 7, 2017
No negative waves man.
Gary Brantley said on January 6, 2017
I like it! Yes, cool paint scheme!! 🙂
Thank you sir
Anthony Conway said on January 7, 2017
Nice job. Yep white paint and brushing is a nightmare I prefer to avoid.
George Williams said on January 7, 2017
Very cool looking 109, excellent paintwork.
Louis Gardner said on January 8, 2017
Awesome 109 George !!!!!
I think that JG54 had some of the coolest paint schemes………….. and yours is no exception my friend. I really like how the yellow is showing a little through the white wash on the nose. You captured the “look”.
The photo of the actual plane is also a nice touch.
Thanks for sharing with us.
George Henderson said on January 8, 2017
Thank you very much gentlemen
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