As soon as the terms "Messerschmitt" and "Battle of Britain" are mentioned together, then in most cases one type of aircraft is the subject of discussion: the Bf 109E. As the only single-engined fighter on the German [...]
As fascinating as the Bf 108 Taifun is as an aircraft, the motivation to build this model this time clearly came from the paint scheme. As soon as I saw this special Taifun, I knew which of the five marking variants of the Eduard Profipack [...]
An aircraft as iconic as the Bf 108 is matched by an equally iconic colour scheme: the blue "RLM 24" and the classic forms of Messerschmitt's groundbreaking first all-metal aircraft form a combination that is still memorable [...]
A first look at the present depiction of a Bf 08 Taifun will quickly make the expert frown, because neither the identification on the fuselage nor those on the wings seem to make sense or should even be brought into line with a real [...]
Eduard Profipack 1/48 scale, not a ultimate kit from Eduard but good enough to make something decent.
Mr.Paint paints, Fengda airbrush, Ammo wash and pigments.
The Bf 108 was designed by Bayerische Flugzeugwerke company which was run under Willy Messerschmitt. Originally designed as a single engine machine it was produced to compete in 4th Challenge International de Tourisme in 1934. Before [...]
The Messerschmitt Bf 108 Taifun is a German single-engine sport and touring aircraft developed by Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (Bavarian Aircraft Works) in the 1930s. The Bf 108 is of all-metal construction.
Originally designated the M 37, the [...]
This aircraft was originally designed as a sport and touring aircraft, and during the WWII, it was also used for personnel transport and liaison purposes. A prototype of my build was used by Swiss AF during WWII.
Kit quality is not [...]
The Eduard 1/48 Messerschmitt Bf 108, completed back in late 2013 & continuing my theme of Polish operated aircraft. The kit is finished to represent the markings of the "Central Staff of the Aviation League" operated by the [...]
This is my most recent completion. It's the Eduard ProfiPack boxing and has been around for long enough for some wear to be apparent in the moulds as evidenced by some small amounts of flash on some parts and slightly larger than normal [...]