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Old 03-12-2017, 12:27 AM
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Bf-109E 1/33 from Marek

All,

I started my combatant for the PZL. So far, so good. I got the seat done with some additional pencil weathering and I also did the great instrument panel by punching out the bezels and sandwiching some clear candy wrapper packaging to make glass.

Bf-109E 1/33 from Marek-img_1157_zpshndfi3pu.jpg

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Bf-109E 1/33 from Marek-img_1160_zpsnvsoljb0.jpg

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Thanks for looking...Dan
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Old 03-12-2017, 12:33 AM
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Good start!
I have Marek's BF-109 A/B/C and the kits look great. Can't wait to cut 'em
Hope you will make this model as good as your PZL!

Good luck!

Lukas
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Old 03-19-2017, 08:04 PM
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All,

Started work on the cockpit and cockpit sides. The kit parts make a nice basic interior that looks nice when done. I added some scuffs with pencils. The only part that is worrisome so far is a cockpit shelf area that doesn't seem to be the correct dimensions but I'll see what I can do or if I've done something wrong.

Bf-109E 1/33 from Marek-img_1167_zpskppvpgcj.jpg

Bf-109E 1/33 from Marek-img_1171_zpsnvixjkum.jpg

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Bf-109E 1/33 from Marek-img_1173_zpselsrpkxm.jpg

Bf-109E 1/33 from Marek-img_1174_zpsikr68wdz.jpg

I'll start teasing the cockpit area skins around the formers when I get brave enough!

Cheers,
Dan
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Old 03-19-2017, 08:14 PM
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Cockpit looks nice!
Good job!
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:50 AM
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good start....the cockpit and the ejection seat looks very good

YOAV
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Nice start on the cockpit, Dan.

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Outstanding work, as always, Dan!

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Hi
I'm building now reduced to 1:50 version of the Me 109 Mr. Pacyńskiego. Pay attention to the part no. 20. If you glue the control panel at the edge of part no. 2 so this element will protrude beyond the edge. Part number 30 is too short 1mm.
I will look here with great pleasure.
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Old 03-20-2017, 06:01 PM
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Thanks, All!

And Kadlubek: Great to see you are making the same machine...just a bit smaller. I was stumped by part 20 and have so far left it out until I can figure out where it really goes!

I also had trouble with 26A which is one of the tabs that glues to the front of the skin with the exhausts on it...it fits all the way around, but I couldn't get the camo between the green upper and light blue underneath to match. I'll show a picture later.

Thanks for the heads up. I though it was just me! I'll be looking for yours too.

More soon,
Dan
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Old 03-20-2017, 06:04 PM
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Looks fantastic. I'm enjoying this build.
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