A pair of 1/48 Me262s

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DerekF
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A pair of 1/48 Me262s

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Firstly the Dragon Me262A-1a. Not the easiest kit with some poor fit in places. Finished with Hataka and Vallejo colours in an RLM 76, 81 and 82 scheme with decals of Yellow 5 KG(J)6 from Xtradecal sheet 48-179.

Imagez20190908_202705 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

Imagez20190908_202649 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

Imagez20190908_202640 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

Imagez20190908_202630 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

Secondly the Hasegawa/Dragon Me262B-1a. Essentially the same kit as the A-1a with some extra bits. Again finished with Hataka and Vallejo colours. Decals again from an Xtradecal sheet.

Imagez20190908_202908 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

Imagez20190908_202858 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

Imagez20190908_202846 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

Imagez20190908_202832 by Derek N.Ferguson, on Flickr

FarnboroJohn
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Re: A pair of 1/48 Me262s

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I'm admiring the mottling, especially on the night-fighter. Must be quite hard to get a consistent effect right across the model: looks really good.

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