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Alexander Perov (kadetka36)


Eduard 1/48 Fw-190D9

Eduard 1/48 Fw-190D9

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30. March 2019, 07:09
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Holger Kranich
Fantastic! Awesome! Bravo!!! Really well done!
30. March 2019, 09:15
Roland Sachsenhofer
incredible well done! Wow!
30. March 2019, 09:18
30. March 2019, 09:53
Holger Kranich
The broken Wood-prop is a stunner!
30. March 2019, 11:07
Alexander Perov
Thanks guys for the comment I'm glad you liked it
30. March 2019, 17:45
30. March 2019, 18:07
Daniel Klink
Fantastic work! Incredible skills and workmanship! Wow!!
30. March 2019, 18:19
Alec K
This is top notch modeling
30. March 2019, 18:20
Clifford Keesler
Wow cool job.
30. March 2019, 18:37
Alexander Perov
Thank you, friends. If I honestly wanted to do such as on a historical photo. But the presence of flaps changed the conceived
30. March 2019, 19:18
Kaputter geht`s nicht! Convincing detail work and realism.
30. March 2019, 19:56
Alexander Perov
Accept my thanks for the feedback
31. March 2019, 08:37
Nathan Dempsey
Wonderful work Alexander. So much candy for the eyes.
10. July 2019, 15:08
Stephan Ryll
That's looking awsome
10. July 2019, 16:06
Slavo Hazucha
Excellent - and educational (for me at least...) I did not know 190´s had wooden propellers! ;)
10. July 2019, 16:17
Alexander Perov
Thanks for the comments .this work I have exhibited before .and put again by accident .just the computer updated and I tried to put like .and it turned out that the old review went up. Who is interested in my albums still a lot of work.
10. July 2019, 17:24
Murad ÖZER
that's jawdropping work. 8)
10. July 2019, 17:28
Michael Phillips
That is really amazing work... I am impressed!
11. July 2019, 16:54
Anybody will be interested in this amazing work!!!
11. July 2019, 16:57
Björn Svedberg
Yes, truly impressive work! Love the broken off propeller blades. What's next? A diorama? :)
12. July 2019, 03:56
12. July 2019, 04:32
Michael Hickey
Simply stunning. Slavo, the later Fw-190's had wooden props while the earlier ones had metal. Not sure when they changed I think it might have been when they extended the fuselage and started to make the "D" series and Ta-152's. Maybe someone else here knows more.
12. July 2019, 04:43
Alexander Perov
Thanks to all .over the diorama yet thought. I guess it will. and the rotor blades, I think if your prototype FW-190 is wide, they're probably wooden.
13. July 2019, 08:25
Michael Hickey
That's right you jolted my memory Alexander, the wide chord props are wooden. Thanks :)
13. July 2019, 11:57
Slavo Hazucha
Thanks mates for all the info - I knew Germans used all kinds of hacks in late WWII due to different shortages, but not wooden propellers... Interesting really, since lack of most metals was not the biggest issue afaik, lots of factory-new planes & tanks just standing around without fuel in '44-45. Also that it is mounted on such a high-performance plane surprised me - always learning
13. July 2019, 12:18
13. July 2019, 14:10
Ingo F
13. July 2019, 16:06
Clifford Keesler
Very nice work, well done.
13. July 2019, 22:26
Moritz Fentzahn
That's totally awesome. Have not seen many wrecks in such a good quality
14. July 2019, 07:38
Alexander Perov
Once again, thank you all was nice to talk. all successful buildings
14. July 2019, 09:26

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