1:72 - Junkers Ju-88 C-6N Wittgenstein - Gallery
Nightfighter Ju-88 C-6N, flown by Heinrich Prinz zu Sayn-Wittgenstein
Painted with airbrush freehand with a 0,2 nozzle and Gunze acrylics
Master MG barrels
Eduard FuG 202 antenna
Added "Schräge Musik" (take notice of the offset antenna to give clear way for the upwards firing MG 151)
Toll gebaut und beeindruckende Lackierung.
Danke Dir, ja da war ein bisschen Geduld und eine zitterfreie Hand nötig!
Lovely mottling. Reminds of fish.
Damn you are right
Git that glossy fish skin shine too.
Definitely rainbow trout camo! Excellent build!
Ich sehe auch
Ich sehe auch Schräge Musik! Ausgezeichnet!
Yepp I did my research
I see you got Master barrels. 30mm for Schrage, right? which Master set? I'm think you had more than one set?
Edited my pictures, because they had a horrible blue tint to them
Schräge Musik are a pair of 20mm MG 151. Additionally i needed 3 MG17 and 1 MG FF for the nose. All of these were conveniently present in this Master FW190 armament kit:
Fw 190 A2 - A5 armament set ..ube (Master AM-72-012, 1:72)
Really well done Alexander. Love that camo paintwork
Sehr schön geworden!
Wow, eye catcher for sure. It looks amazing
No way this is freehand, I'm not going to believe that unless it's 1/48
i thought it WAS! i am now shockingly seeing it is 1/72!!
No no guys, checked again to be sure...it's 1:72
Excellent work and finsih. Sad you don't had a WIP or do I missed it!?
Thanks Christian, no I did not post a WIP of this one, it was "just" a side project, nothing worthy of a WIP really
I hope you don't mind this compliment...but the camo almost has a reptilian-like quality about it! Fantastic build!
Wow! Hats off. It looks realy great. Nice paint job .
@Andy, someone said it looks like a fish, so I am good with reptilian-like
Really excellent Finish and detailwork Alex..
A real eycatcher brillantly done
Gald you liked it, mates
Just love your paintwork !!!!!! Hope some day I will be able to accomblish this
Just picked this up, the camo is sublime! Superb build and finish