Another big Hasegawa Bf-109 model from January 2004, according to the site map at Modeling Madness, the 109K-4. The markings are inspired by a color photo in one of Jeff Ethell's "WW2 in Color" books of a shot-down late-war 109, with wings and f[...]
This is 1/32 Messerschmitt Bf-109D-1 with the markings of 2./JGr 176 in Gablingen during August 1939. I have used Eduard Bf-109 E-1 as base kit and converted it to D-1 by using Alley cat conversion set. Additionnaly I swapped Quickboost pilot se[...]
By the Spring of 1944, the Bf-109G-6, which had been the primary production version of Messerschmitt’s fighter since the previous fall, was falling behind in the relentless race for performance. Beginning in the late spring, many airframes were[...]
Here it is, hot on the heels of Part 1. This article has a special meaning for me, since it will be my 100th article posted here on iModeler. Many thanks go out to Martin and his extraordinary team. The first article dealt mainly with t[...]
Once I saw that Tamiya was going to be releasing a new 1/48 scale kit of the Bf-109, I knew that when it arrived at the nearest Hobby Store I had to purchase it. This is a kit that I have been waiting for a while now. After opening the box, I th[...]
hasegawa kit with no extras.build from the box. i continue with gunze colours. good fit and little putty.i love hasegawa.... lets go for the next.....
Hey! My name is Moritz I´m from Germany and I am 18 years old. This is my first upload so I would love to get some responses! The model is my Messerschmitt 262 in 1/32 by Trumpeter which is now about 2 years old. It was also the first model I fi[...]
Hi all, Here is just completed Messerschmitt 410 Hornet, or Hornisse a Revell "Pro Modeler" kit in 1/48 scale This was a challenge as I really had a fight to get the canopy together, on the fuselage and still enclosing the parts of the cockpit t[...]