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Bryan W. Bernart
Built a couple of years ago, went together like a dream. Fun.
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Craig Abrahamson said on November 27, 2012
Nice job….and of course it went together like dream – it’s a Tamiya, isn’t it?
Bryan W. Bernart said on November 27, 2012
Thanks, Craig. You’ve had some great looking birds on here as well.
Walt Babst said on November 27, 2012
I have built this kit also, it is a great kit. I have build a number of german aircraft and given them fictional if not possible paint schemes. Where id you get your scheme from, or I guess maybe a better question is what colors did you use in your very attractive paint scheme?
Bryan W. Bernart said on November 28, 2012
Walt, Not sure of the authenticity of the camo scheme, but used RLM 76 all over, mottled in 75. All Model Master
Editor said on November 28, 2012
Bryan, this camo is authentic. Good job on a beautiful kit.
I wish someone did such a good kit of He 219 also in 1/72 scale.
Walt Babst said on November 28, 2012
Bryan, I painted mine in the same scheme, it is just that on my computer the 75 mottles look to be tan. I really should invest in a new monitor I guess. I use pretty much exclusively Model Master enamels myself…my 219 would almost be a twin sister to yours.
Bryan W. Bernart said on November 29, 2012
Walt, You should be able to calibrate your monitor to a degree. Go into the Control panel side of things ( I think), and go through the diagnostic. BTW, twins are goooood.
Dan DeSilva said on November 29, 2012
I got bogged down in info on these birds a while back, but I think I have finally pushed ahead to a completion of my build. Doing the black bellied scheme.
I always scratch the living daylights out of black areas-gotta learn to be careful.
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