Messerschmitt Me 262 Schwalbe
Production of the Focke-Wulf 190D-9 began in June 1944, with the earlier aircraft having a flat-topped Canopy but from factory number 210001 having the Galland Canopy (blown). On September 19, 1944, they were deployed with the III/JG 54 [...]
Built in 2018. Tamiya kit with EagleCals, the fuselage band is painted because the decal didn´t look right. EZ Line used for antenna wires and front brake line. Gunze and Tamiya paints for camo. Kagero and JaPo books for reference
Here´s another interesting and not often built nightfighter scheme, built in 2016 Hobby Boss kit with Aeromaster decals, stencils partly from the sparesbox, brake line on front leg and seat belts added, painted with Gunze and Tamiya [...]
Another great little Airfix kit. I added Eduard PE to detail the cockpit and used Mission Models paints. It is good kit, but one tricky point is the filler needed to blend in the joins between the wings and engine nacelles.
Here is the Eduard Me 262A-1a. Very good little kit, but I couldn't resist adding a bunch of P-E from the Brengun set for the B model. My eyes have ordered me back to 1/48! Happy New Year to All!
First headline post after a short hiatus from modeling. Earlier this year I read about Flying Heritage Collection's Me-262 restoration that will be flying soon with the original style (but not completely original as the guts have been [...]
On April 25, 1945 lands Oberfähnrich Guido Mutke with the Messerschmitt 262 in Dübendorf. Beautiful Christmas greetings and a Happy New Year Hanspeter