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Eduard 1/48 Messerschmitt Bf110C

by Paul van Acker on September 2, 2016 in Aviation -- 28 Comments

Shot down during the Battle of Britian, it was actually assigned to a bomber unit. KG55. Interesting history of a fighter operating in a bomber unit, and still getting shot down over England. Some references say it was an “E” […]

Messerschmitt Bf 110 G-/R8

by Hans Peter Tschanz on April 30, 2016 in Aviation -- 9 Comments

Messerschmitt Bf 110g / R8 of 5 / Nachtjagdgeschwader-5 April 28, 1944 landing in Dübendorf Pilot Oberleutnant Wilhelm Johnen Kit: Revell 1:32

BF 110 C-4/B (II/Schnellkampfgeschwader 210 Operation “Barbarossa”, Eastern front, 1941)

by Paulo Castro on August 21, 2015 in Aviation -- 13 Comments

BF 110 C-4/B II/Schnellkampfgeschwader 210 Operation “Barbarossa”, Eastern front, 1941 Hi all! Here I am again! This time with the new tooling BF110 from Airfix in 1/72. Very nice model and it was a pleasure to build it. I was […]

Eduards’s 1/72 Bf110E

by Mike Grant on August 13, 2015 in Aviation -- 15 Comments

This kit is effectively the 1/48 kit scaled down, and Eduard have done a great job of cramming as much detail as possible into the smaller version. Surface detail was superb, and the fit of parts virtually perfect except where […]

ProModeler (Revell) 1/48 Bf-110G-4

by Tom Cleaver on April 5, 2015 in Aviation -- 15 Comments

One of the well-known “facts” regarding aviation development during the Second World War is that the Messerschmitt Bf-110 series was “a compromise in conflicting requirements, resulting in a mediocrity,” with a combat performance that relegated it to being considered a […]

1/48 Fujimi Messerschmitt Bf110D

by Paul van Acker on October 10, 2014 in Aviation -- 26 Comments

I loved building this old kit. Done in Iraqi markings, and decided to go with the RLM 02/71/65 colours, which I think may have been right for a used airplane, given over in early 1941. My interpretation anyway. 🙂 The […]

Enter An Alternate Reality With These Fantasy Racing Airplanes

by Editor on January 10, 2014 in Aviation -- 8 Comments

We’d all know that old aircraft are awesome. They’re full of interesting shapes, texture, detail. Moreover, nothing looks better than an old fighter in a colorful paint scheme! UK-based digital avaiation artist Bill Clavework took this idea to a whole […]

1/32 Dragon Bf-110C-7

by Tom Cleaver on September 5, 2013 in Uncategorized -- 16 Comments

This was a review in 2009 when the Dragon Bf-110C-7 was first released. Overall, this kit is an ill-fitting pain in the posterior which, if you persist with it, will turn into a very good-looking model in the end. The […]

Dragon 1/32 Bf110C Nightfighter WIP – No Black paint was used in the commission of this ‘sin’….

by Brett Peacock on August 29, 2013 in How-to -- 8 Comments

This is a WIP of my 1/32 Dragon 110C-7 kit, painted as L1+DH of NJG3, as it was photographed at Benghazi, Libya in 1941, with replacement tail surfaces from a Dayfighter. What makes it “interesting” is that I used no […]

The second Royal Class Bf 110… this time the E-2trop

by Stan Traas on June 19, 2013 in Aviation -- 16 Comments

Not the easiest to build, but Eduard’s 1/48 ‘110s build into very good looking models with a bit of patience and the occasional big hammer. I may have pooched the exhaust stains on this one- looking at photos that may […]