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There is no instruction! Finally, there are some interesting painting schemes, backed up with decals printed by Italian Cartograf. At the bottom of the box I found a small photo-etched fret with harness straps, gun sights and Spandau machine guns cooling jackets. It was time for a shower.
Just in case I had a cold one.
V Wingnut Wings I believed that this winning streak has to end and I awaited some sort of catastrophe. I painted the remaining parts of the cockpit and glued them to the half of the fuselage. Before closing the interior it was necessary to assemble the engine. Actually, the engine almost built itself up. I helped it slightly by covering the elements with appropriate colours and putting them all together.
In the end I applied the classic wash and using the drybrush technique I exposed the silver from under the epoxidated cylinders cover. I painted the propeller using the similar method as the one applied to the interior of the fuselage, but earlier I painted on lighter and darker stripes of brown colour. I glued the fuselage halves together and filled the gaps with putty.
Actually, there were no gaps, and what I wanted to achieve was a smooth surface. I do not use the classic putty for some time. What I use instead, is the medium density cyanoacrylate glue, which dries really quickly and when dried is as hard as the plastic.
It is easy to recreate panel lines on such surface, which is not always easy with the classic soft putty. Fuselage with the lower wing attached was sprayed with Mr. Surfacer primer produced by Mr. Having in mind the grumbling of the real Albatros D.
V pilots concerning the lower wings falling off, they were joined with a strong cyanoacrylate glue. Therefore, I performed some dramatic aerobatic manoeuvres with the model, still the wings remained in place.
By the way, I thus confirmed a stereotypical opinion about the scale airplane modelers, but let us not delude ourselves — that is what we glue them for! V Wingnut Wings I chose a painting scheme from among the ones suggested by the producer.
It was a plane of a Bavarian Otto Kissenberth, serving in Jasta 16b in mid He died in a mountaineering accident in the Bavarian Alps, but as Kurt Vonnegut put it — it happens… I chose this particular machine because of its black fuselage with a beautiful white and yellow edelweiss.
I decided to create layers to render a wooden plane better. Using previously described method I created the imitation of plywood and later applied two coats of brown and black Tamiya paint over it. Watching to paint it in a slightly transparent way, I added small amount of the clear varnish.
The camouflage on the upper surfaces of the wings was straight from fairy-tale world of the early Disney productions. It was made of enchanting purple with delicate grassy colour of the spring meadow.
It was a nice change for a modeler, who usually uses the shades of grey and green. As always, the decal produced by Italian Cartograf were easy to apply.
A few drops of the Microscale SET and everything was in place. To previously painted surfaces, after protecting them with clear gloss varnish, I also applied a delicate wash made from brown artists oil paint. I awaited a catastrophe to happen just at that moment, by the producer of the kit took care of my cardiovascular system. The entire model could be assembled perfectly well almost without glue.
A drop of Tamiya Thin Cement was all that was necessary. I left the kit to dry for a few hours and started work on the rigging.
The reader can find a detailed description of the way I made the rigging in a dedicated column, where I explained the entire process using visual aids. We glue the eyelet using cyanoacrylate glue. We thread the fishing line with the plastic sleeve already strung on it through the eyelet. It had a sturdy wide-track retractable undercarriage, low-set gullwings and an enclosed cockpit. With the Ar 80 and Fw eliminated early on, the He went head-to-head with the Bf and was initially the favourite of the two to win.
The contest had begun on February 8, , and less than a month later, on March 2, the Bf V2 and He V2 were to perform spin tests. The Bf V2 was able to spin and recover with ease — but the He V2 was not, and crashed.
On March 12, the RLM produced a policy document indicating that the Bf was the preferred design but nevertheless a series of 10 pre-production aircraft were ordered from each company. The latter two were sent to Spain for operational evaluation during November but neither saw any action and neither did the seven pre-production Bf As that were built shortly thereafter.
Each was armed with just a pair of engine cowling-mounted MG 17 7. Pingel had 23 victories by this point. BF F-2 Yellow F of 6. It was powered by a Jumo D but still only armed with a pair of MG 17s. Production of the next variant, the Bf C, began during the spring of It featured a new oil system with a larger capacity tank and strengthened wings that could now carry another MG 17 each, for a total of four including those mounted on the engine cowling. The biggest change, however, was a newly upgraded engine — the Jumo G which produced hp and boasted direct fuel injection.
Just 58 Bf Cs were made. All these early types had been just a precursor of what was to come however. Again, the biggest change was a new engine — this time the Jumo being replaced entirely by the much more powerful Daimler-Benz DB A.
The oil cooler that was positioned under the nose appears as little more than a streamlined slot. Putting the radiators under the wings meant they had to be almost completely redesigned to cope with the weight but this also served to provide a counterbalance to the weight of the engine.
After an initial batch of 10 pre-production E-0s, the E-1 production version was ordered and were built. This combination did not work as well as expected, however, and only a small number of E-2s were made. Instead, production switched to the E-3 which deleted the engine cannon but kept the other two. The various subcontractors turned out examples.
At the beginning of the Battle of Britain during the summer of , the E-3 was in the process of being replaced by the E-4 — with many E-3s being updated to E-4 standard. The production run went to E-4s, with some 65 E-3s being upgraded. BF E-7 on the E Automatyczne logowanie Zarejestruj.