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Tamiya 1/48 FW190-D9 “Brown 10”

February 27, 2017 in Aviation

Fellas,
Just finished the Tamiya 48 scale D9 finished with Montex Masks for Brown 10. Finished with Gunze acrylics. Not much to be said about the kit, it’s Tamiya. For a kit made in 1995 it holds up very well.

Andy

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15 responses to Tamiya 1/48 FW190-D9 “Brown 10”

  1. That right there is a beautiful build AND display, I must say!

  2. Andy, that’s a good looking longnose 190D, and the base and nameplate make it look really professional.

  3. I really like everything about this one………… The Tamiya 190’s are still my favorite. Yours looks fantastic.

  4. WOW, What a beautiful model! Weathering, finish, paintwork…Just fantastic Andrew!!

  5. Andrew – outstanding! It looks real!

  6. Andrew, This is wonderful, well done.

  7. Everything about this build is superb… simple as that.

    Ian.

  8. I thought I’d seen enough FW 190s but this one is an exception, really well done.

  9. Great work Andrew – painted and weathered very nicely. Love the paint chipping in and around the cockpit. It’s also a great scheme on a 190.

  10. Great Dora Andy! Very well done sir! 🙂

  11. Ah, well, you’ve built the fatally flawed Tamiya Dora with the too small wheels and short L/G legs, blah, blah. ;P! Really nice job, excellent finish & fine application of the masks. As to the fiddley & fat tailed Ed kit…. Bah!…. Humbug! Your Tamiya is lovely.

  12. Not german fan, but big fan of nicely built kits! Your one deserves big applaus! Well done!

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