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Ju 88 C-6 Dragon / Revell

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30. May 2014 at 14:30:27 Share
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Jens the decision is made, it is a Ju 88 C6 from weapons testing grounds, special weapons WGR 21 + MG 151/20 and MK 108
and of course a paint finish as exotic car that was WHILE changed the weapon test as a test vehicle over and over again :)
6. June 2014 at 10:02:27
Jens I never wanted to build a F4 Phantom II, which gave me just too many decals, well, if the Ju 88 is masked, then there are likely to be more Maskings ;)
I use the Pattefix roll into small, cut it with about 1cm fritter and demolish the like chewing gum, fold it, demolish again, fold, until the shape fits, then I am looking for a position at which it could be added, so the whole scheme arises by canals randomly, as a glass jug into irregular pieces breaks
11. June 2014 at 07:24:39
Gerald Willing Wow sehr gute Idee Jens
11. June 2014 at 07:46:47
Christian Bruer Good idea, seems to me a lot of patience is needed to add al the small masks. Looking forward to the final result. Cheers, Christian
11. June 2014 at 08:31:17
Jens Thanks guys :)
@ Christian needs some time probably, but the effort in detail is still small, there are unfortunately many small masks, as the decals at a Phantom: D
but I see in the technique also has potential for uniforms, maybe the current BW forms the pattern of British Marins or of course the camouflage of the Wehrmacht
you can see the shapes of course also cut down on 1:350: D and if the Pattafix is heated slightly, then there are very fine threads, but I did not have at meiem pattern

Danke Leute :)
@ Christian etwas Zeit braucht es wohl , aber der Aufwand im einzelnen ist doch gering , es sind leider viele kleine Masken , wie die Decals bei einer Phantom :D
aber ich sehe bei der Technik auch Potential für Uniformen , vieleicht die Aktuellen BW Formen , das Muster der britischen Marins oder natürlich die Tarnungen der Wehrmacht
man kann die Formen natürlich auch auf 1:350 reduzieren :D und wenn das Pattafix etwas erwärmt wird , dann gibt es sehr feine Fäden , die ich aber bei meiem Muster nicht haben wollte
11. June 2014 at 08:55:38
Christian Bruer Yep, if you'll get sharp edges it should work for Admiralty camouflage patterns on Royal Navy ship models. Seems good for a try on my Belfast. Thx for the feedback and looking forward to the result. Cheers, Christian
11. June 2014 at 09:02:31
Jens Hi Michael, it could be chewing gum :D the ammunition was the Americans in the air war assumed :D :D :D get shown, and thus, the German then the pattern (meander) so know :D :D :D

rubbish :) but real I guess you could also use chewing gum, only if the would be so easy to remove?
hard he will report to the time that could be a beneficial :), I try it and I will ;)
11. June 2014 at 09:54:56
Jens was unmasked in 30 seconds
16. June 2014 at 16:31:25
Alexander Perov Great work performed and the result is just great
16. June 2014 at 16:54:28
Jens спасибо, оттенки оправдать между RLM 70/71 и RLM 76, вероятно, работа :)
16. June 2014 at 17:05:27
Christian Bruer I lift my hat of your exzellent work Jens!
18. June 2014 at 19:32:25
Jens Moin Christian thanks for your opinion, I am glad if I can convince with my work :)
18. June 2014 at 19:52:07
Alan Rush Great idea and great result. Looks fantastic! :)
18. June 2014 at 19:55:26
Jens thanks Alan work for those I recommend the airbrush, but such care as you did not I, I Lacquer no extra ventilation, thinners ....... all colors with all the head sometimes joking a bit, but the fun of the colors is important ;)
18. June 2014 at 20:00:40
Clifford Keesler Looking very nice Jens.
18. June 2014 at 21:24:41
Augie very nice work... :)
18. June 2014 at 21:51:51
Bart Goesaert very nice mask- and paintjob... makes me think of the masking on my T-55... nightmares still come from that...
20. June 2014 at 10:24:22
Jens thanks for the opinions on the colors :)
20. June 2014 at 10:33:30
Jens The page stabilizer is not attached to the top, where the antenna is still inserted and then closed
20. June 2014 at 10:35:48
Jens Colors Gunze Hobby Color RLM 70/71/76 + Matt Black + rust pigments (MIG)

Flame damper DIY
Antenna pulled Q - Tip
Radar antenna in parts of silver wire
Weapon tubes cannulas 0.6 + 0.8 mm
Color belts Eduard PE's
WGr.21 from a Bf 110 kit
21. June 2014 at 14:28:46
John E Your paint job is spectacular! Using Pattefix like that is a great idea.
21. June 2014 at 16:37:26
Fox One Awesome work Looks beautiful. An eyecatcher.
21. June 2014 at 16:44:34
Martien Lourens Du hast hier wieder eine spitzenleistung vollbracht, Jens
28. June 2014 at 17:02:00
Jens thanks people :) thanks for the approval
28. June 2014 at 17:37:38
Alexander Perov time and effort spent the result is just great
29. June 2014 at 06:34:29
Kerry COX I LOVE it Jens, just superb mate. :)
27. October 2015 at 09:59:16
27. October 2015 at 10:44:01
Clifford Keesler Awesome job Jens, well done.
28. October 2015 at 19:03:21
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