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Bf.110G-4 "Zerstorer".


Igmar

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Hi.
I'm communicating through a computer translator.
Model of a Bf.110G-4 night fighter, Revell 1/48 scale.
The cockpit glazing is handmade with double-sided binding, 0.3 mm thick plexiglass. The cockpit was filled with a kit from Aires, which has been deeply upgraded and supplemented. The antennae of the FuG 220 "Lichtenstein" SN-2 locator made by hand, the last section is a stripped fiber-optic wire, inserted into an insulin syringe needle.  Landing light, an incandescent bulb from a wristwatch was used. The camouflage is airbrushed, by hand.

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WOW, that is the Revell kit? That is stunning. Heck, the canopy alone is a work of art. WELL DONE!!!

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That is extremely impressive! Really like the crispness of both the detailing and the camo work. By the way, though you may have blurred the swastika to be able to share your pics anywhere, you can show it here as IPMS promotes historical accuracy.

 

Gil :cool:

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11 hours ago, ghodges said:

That is extremely impressive! Really like the crispness of both the detailing and the camo work. By the way, though you may have blurred the swastika to be able to share your pics anywhere, you can show it here as IPMS promotes historical accuracy.

Yep, got it. Reloaded the photo. Thank you very much.

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Superb work. The camouflage scheme is simply outstanding! Everything else is just as much a feast for the eyes. 

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