Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Fw190A-2 of Max Buchholz

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzT90eXSUSBVOUh0bUNRNWZDWE0

Fw190A-2 flown by Max Buchholz of 5./JG1 at Katwijk 1942 showing his personal sea gull emblem that could also be seen on his Bf109F and Fw190A-5. I've been busy with commision work for a while but hopefully will be able to update a little more frequently once my Fw190 template evolves.


5 comments:

Eduardo Brettas said...

Very good as always, Anders. Did you apply a light paint of 02 on the fuselage?

Anders said...

Thanks! Yes, 02 was supposed to be used as mottle on 74/75 schemes and the photos clearly show that the 76 is toned down with something when compared with for example the landing gear doors. In light of that, 02 seemed like a reasonable assumption.

FalkeEins said...


..coming along very nicely ...hopefully lots more of these to come in the new Stipdonk/Meyer series..

Anders said...

Certainly! That's the main reason I created the template so they're coming. Thanks again for getting me that job in the first place by the way!

Anonymous said...

Nice to see you starting to focus on the Butcher Bird! Glad you will be providing more updates. Feel free to show us more unusual late war -109's!