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Hans Peter Tschanz
P/O F.Kornicki, September 1941
Kit: Hasegawa 1:32
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AL HOFFMAN said on May 8, 2014
Very nice Spitfire. Who’s paint did you use?
Tschanz Hanspeter said on May 8, 2014
The colors are Model Master.
Craig Abrahamson said on May 8, 2014
Beautiful Spit, Hans…..nice photos.
Simon Whitney said on May 8, 2014
Nicely done Hanspeter.
A very nice looking Spitfire.
Seamus Boughe said on May 8, 2014
Outstanding! Love me a Spitfire, especially in the Dk. Green Dk. Earth scheme. A very clean build Hans.
George Williams said on May 8, 2014
Very nice Spitfire, Hans.
Paul van Acker said on May 9, 2014
Love it mate. Nice job.
Tom Cleaver said on May 9, 2014
Not a criticism, since I am sure the kit instructions and the decal instructions never mentioned this, but on 15 August 1941, the RAF went over from the Dark Green/Dark Earth/Sky camouflage to Dark Green/Ocean Grey/Sea Grey Medium camouflage paints. Many of the DG/DE airplanes were field painted in a mixture of Night Black and White, which varied wildly in shade of grey from unit to unit till they started getting factory-painted replacements.
Not to worry though, Robert Taylor got this wrong in his Eagle Squadron painting, which has them in October 1941 in the earlier scheme. 🙂
HTH for those doing Spitfires.
Nice work on the model, Hans Peter.
Mark Housley said on May 9, 2014
perfecto!!! love it, Them Spitfires so pretty yet so deadly
Great Build Hans
Bryan W. Bernart said on May 12, 2014
Another very nice build, Hans Peter. Thanks for sharing.
bob mack said on May 12, 2014
that’s a masterclass masterpiece
Ramon R. Lomeli said on May 15, 2014
The spitfire is one of my favorite planes. Yours looks great!
Frank Cronin said on May 18, 2014
I love it. The Spitfire to me, is like the Corsair. I have never seen one that I did not like. Yours is outstanding.
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