This is an old 1/48 Esci HS-129 I'm trying some heavy wear technique's on. I scratch built an interior and gun sight based on photo's. Rescribed and riveted the airframe, and started by painting portions with Tamiya's acrylic Titanium silver. T[...]
build it from the box.beatiful kit. it painted with gunze colours and winsor varnish.
And, another HS 129 comes from me.. As a matter of the fact, this is a very old build, many years ago.
This is 1/48 Hasegawa Henschel Hs-129 B2 with the markings of 8.Pz/Sch.G1 in the eastern front during the spring of 1943 . The “Red J” flo[...]
A project that I was working a few months ago. Italeri model, fine model, but weak details.
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Hi! This is my second Hs-129 this time in 1:72. I bought the Italeri kit AFTER built the 1:48 Hasegawa one :) so that was clear soon that I had to make something different from this err... not so good kit. I intended to go a little ”cross-genre”[...]
The Henschel Hs 129 was the only aircraft of World War II that was designed specifically for destroying armour. It was a completely conventional aircraft with a slender triangular slim fuselage. Therefore, the cockpit was extremely cramped and s[...]
New aftermarket decals, to avoid the yellow-ish kit decals.
Nice kit to build.
Hope you like, thanks for looking,
Here is my Hasegawa 1/48 HS-129B-1. This is built OOB with the exception of PE seatbelts. Painted with Gunze acrylics and weathered with pastels, oils, and silver pencil. A very nice kit to build with no problems encountered.
This is the old 1/48 ESCI Hs-129, which still holds it's own, from a distance. Like most my others, it's OOB. It was the Eastern Front, winter scheme that caught my attention after building my first Hs-129 in standard Luftwaffe camo.