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gruson
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Hi,
I present you my new modelling, an BF 109 K-4.
For building this kit, I used many things:

- EaglesParts resin for the cockpit
- MDC Spinner and exhausts
- Air Master series for the MG-131
- Stormo! decals Part III

I decided to represent the 109 flown by the LT Gallori.

I started by the cockpit, some pics:





The internal parts of the interior are painted in Tamiya XF-63
The other details are then painted using several shade of acrylic Prince August.

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Wow, that's incredible. Beautiful work so far Michel, as always! Very much looking forward to the completion of this kit!

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Vincent Biondi
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I am speechless!!
Great work so far, Michel.
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gruson
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Many Thanks Very Happy

the main gear retraction jack ( tube Evergreen) was mounted behind the set of the holes drilled.
the leather weather stripping made with TAM . The sewings are represented with a castor rivet Trumpeter and painted with acrylic shades Leather and green chestnut.
The system of undercarriage made with a piece of PE






The oil cooler was deepened with plastic card





the continuation with pics



the spinner with correct "teardrop"



The position of the control column, obliges me to move elevator and rudder



now apply the rivet detail.



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michel
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D520
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Not bad Michel not bad at all, love the precision work and the attention to details, because they make the difference between a very good and an average modeler! Keep on trucking brother! Shocked Shocked
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gruson
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Thanks Jean,
It is contagious you gave me the virus ! Very Happy
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Great attention to detail!

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gruson
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Thanks Vince

The landing gear :
The brakes hoses are added using fine lead vire. These parts are then painted following the instructions: Rlm 02, aluminium for the shock absorber ,satin black for the wheels and Nota black for the tires. For the weathering I used Pigments CMK.




The propeller and the spinner are painted with RLM 70 ( Gunze H65)






The painted begins by pre-shading the structure lines with black




The rlm 82 et 83 are painted







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michel
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Dave Bayliss
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That's fantastic work Michel. Your detail work is superb! The whole job looks great.
Dave. Smile

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Wow, incredible job! Colors are spot on!

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gruson
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Thanks Very Happy

Decals V of the "Italian BF 109 Aces- Parts III" are put.





Soon the continuation
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It goes without saying ... article please when you're done Smile

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gruson
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OK Vince Very Happy

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Wrong colors
D520
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As it appears, Michel, the K models were not in the two shades of green like yours. 75/83/76 is a more credible pattern for a Karl. The japos books on the subject gives the camouflage patterns from the serial of production, and none are in 82/83. Toooooo Bad Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Jean, this K4 is dressed in a speculative scheme. The reference/source for the profile is given below and little is known about the plane or its camo.


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