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Milan D.
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Hasegawa Bf109F-4B

May 21, 2014 · in Aviation · · 12 · 1.6K

This kit was test field for my second riveting attempt. I was pretty satisfied with results. This build is from the period when I was afraid to weather the model because I was scared that I will ruin it all with it. So it end up pretty clean.

Used Eduard cockpit PE. Painted by Vallejo Acrylics.

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  1. Nice work on that rivet pattern, Milan...and if you'd added heavy weathering, much of the rivet work would've been lost. The aircraft had to be fairly clean at SOME point, right ? I like it.

  2. very nice! I especially like the cockpit - great work!

  3. Very nice work. One thing many people are not aware of is that the mottle on the Bf-109 series is not just the two topside colors. It is four colors: RLM02, RLM71, RLM 75 and RLM74. Those first two provide the color differentiation between upper and lower camouflage.

  4. Looks great Milan. I agree with Craig. At some point they were all fresh.

  5. Milan,
    Looks great. You did a very good job on this.

  6. Nice to see a clean model for a change, Milan, and it means that we can see all your hard work.

  7. Very clean and tidy this the 1/48 or 1/32 boxing of the F-4/B? (Hasegawa have done this variant in both scales recently...ask me how I know! (AND BOTH SHARE MOSTLY THE SAME MARKINGS!)

  8. Nice paint job, beautiful result!

  9. LIKE it! Great work on the camo.

  10. Nice Milan, as others have said, they were clean once.
    Well done Milan.

  11. that's gorgeous

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