Marseille Bf 109F

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Marseille Bf 109F

Joined: February 23rd, 2008, 10:03 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 2:55 pm #1

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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Joined: March 2nd, 2005, 8:00 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 3:44 pm #2

;lkj;

So a friend says: "cheer up things could be worse; so I cheered up and sure as hell Things Got Worse!
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Joined: February 27th, 2005, 4:34 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 4:53 pm #3

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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Jean,
Very effective weathering and excellent photography. Congratulations on another outstanding model.

Dave

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Joined: October 25th, 2004, 1:51 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 5:08 pm #4

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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Great looking 109!!




Brandon



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Joined: February 23rd, 2008, 10:03 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 5:24 pm #5

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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has been removed after the pics! Shame on me!
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Joined: March 3rd, 2005, 5:11 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 5:28 pm #6

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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Outstanding build and finish. Another masterpiece!
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Joined: April 30th, 2009, 1:08 am

March 2nd, 2011, 5:29 pm #7

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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Beautiful Bf-109!!!
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Joined: November 13th, 2008, 10:18 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 7:08 pm #8

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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There's everything to like about this build, Jean! A perfect looking replica already, especially so when sitting on the base - it all fits together visually so well. While you're at it - throw in some your excellent photos for your customer as a bonus!
Best...Ted...

WIP Build:
The Big Spit Pt.1; The Big Spit Pt.2; The Big Spit Pt.3; The Big Spit Pt.4; The Big Spit Pt.5; The Big Spit Pt.6;
The Big Spit Pt.7; The Big Spit Pt.8; The Big Spit Pt.9;


Previous WIP Builds:
Vickers Tank Pt.1; Vickers Tank Pt.2; Vickers Tank Pt.3; Vickers Tank Pt.4; Vickers Tank Pt.5; Vickers Tank Pt.6; Vickers Tank Finish;
Connies Pt.1; Connies Pt.2; Connies Pt.3; Connies Pt.4; Connies Pt.5; Connies Pt.6; Connies Pt.7; Connies Finish

Tall Tales:
Cold War Incident
The Lucky Mig
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Joined: February 17th, 2005, 4:42 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 9:03 pm #9

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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Really like the restrained weathering too!
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Joined: October 30th, 2005, 1:44 pm

March 2nd, 2011, 10:44 pm #10

Not fully finished, some bits to add, but giving otherwise a good impression of the model, the 1/32 Hasegawa F, mount of Hans Joachim Marseille while flying with the 3 JG/27 in Lybia. The main part of the hood is from the great Radu Brizan stuff, but keep in mind that the instruction warn you that the set is for the 21st century model or the Hasegawa G retrofit to an F using the Aires conversion. The wheel bays are also from Radu Brizan and they are a model in the model. Otherwise no aftermarket was used . RLM79 is from Gunze while RLM 78 is from Xtracrilyc. Weathering was kept to a decent level using pastels, inks and washes. This plane was built on commission and it is a beautiful model from Hasegawa. Cheers, Jean.
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Tellement bien fait, superbe travail de peinture et de "weathering", belles photos aussi.
Frog and Canuck and proud to be
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