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Roberto Colaianni
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FW-190A6 Jg1, Special Hobby 1/48.

April 29, 2022 · in Aviation · · 18 · 0.9K

Hallo Everybody,

Today I will share my last fatigue, a great classic. Starting kit is the . I made slight improvement to the basic kit, adding resin flap, detailing inside of open engine cowling, adding breake pipe on the landing gear. Pilot leather cushion was scratch build. Albion alloy brass tube replace kit 2 cm gun barrel. Panel line has been rescribed with MRP scriber, riveting has been made with RB rivetting wheel. All balkenkreuz, svastikas and tactical code, black and white square, walk away, has been painted, most of them with montex mask. An aeromaster decal sheet provide wk number, personal pilot emblem and victory symbol on the rudder. AK Real Color has een usedfor the cammo, Tamiya colors for all national insigna eand engine cowling. Kubel came from the Tamiya range, figures from an Icm set, painted vith Valleio and AK 3 gen Hope you like it.

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  1. Very nice diorama and good work on an old kit that "leaves some things to be desired." A great result.

  2. Excellent result, Roberto!

  3. Amazing looking 190, Roberto @roberto_colaianni
    The painted markings look great, like the rest of the build.

  4. Great looking 190, and very nice diorama.

  5. A “tour de force” work on a model that really demands it.
    I like the diorama very much.
    Also have the sturmstaffel box SH launched and I’ll probably just use the decals :-))

    • Sturmstaffel decal provided in the SH kit permit the realization of very nice subject, and FW190 itself its a neverer ending story from the point of view of intersting subject and cammo.

  6. I always thought the FW190 looked impressive, and yours does too.
    Amazing engine work.

  7. Stunning work Roberto! ? Fire that s****r up! ?

  8. Love the paint and weathering work - beautifully done!

  9. Roberto, @roberto_colaianni
    This one looks so good, it appears as if a person could climb into it and start it up. Well done !

    I like everything about this one. You have done a magnificent job.

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