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Thread: Official Junkers Ju87 Stuka Painting Thread

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    Junkers Ju87 of Staffelkapitan, 4th Staffel, Stukageschwader 77

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    That Stuka looks ace Thomas well done

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    Excellent An outstanding paint job

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    Well done sir! One of my favorite planes. Thinking about getting a few more and repainting them myself.

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    Nice, neat finish - excellent!

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    I totally concur with the sentiments of the other chaps Thomas.
    That paint job does you proud again.
    Rob.

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    That is a great job, Thomas. Well done.

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    Well done, Thomas.

    Nice work.

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    Great job. A very neat, very crisp paint job. Well done!

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    Thank you everybody. It was planned to be an easy conversion from the Italian stuka to this but it turned out quite different. The decals were scraped of like my Bf109 redecal, but the paint on the fuselage was damaged also. So I ended up repainting it almost completeley.

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    VERY well done, mate! I'm on my knees seeing how you decaled the model

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    Great job on the repaint. Thanks

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    The Stuka from above has been repainted again... You can call it a re-re-paint. The repaint fits in my "one of each cammo series" I'm painting. The winter series is actually complete with this winter stuka.

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    Another cracker Thomas

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    I do WoG in 1/144 scale, so these Ju-87s are all 1/144 scale. They are Eduard (?) kits, if I recall that correctly (?), not sure if I got that right...Eduado maybe? Anyway...I do (collect) the bombers in threes. I think here I did two Ju-87Bs and one Ju-87G? Not really too sure on the types, I blame it on old age.





    All three together...


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    Zvezda 1/144 model. More details on painting this little beast in the 1/144 DOW Forum.
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    Very nice looking beastie Nigel. Where did you obtain your Italian roundels?
    Rob.

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    Now, I am going to have to get my 4 JU87's done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Officer Kyte View Post
    Very nice looking beastie Nigel. Where did you obtain your Italian roundels?
    Rob.
    I got them from "1/144 Direct" from the UK on ebay. They are sold as 2 sets of decals for roundels in a couple of sizes. If I remember correctly the tail crosses were also on there - except they were just thin strips which I made into the crosses. I don't think the seller has any at the moment but an email to him should get some produced in a short time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skafloc View Post
    Now, I am going to have to get my 4 JU87's done.
    I have 6 of the Can-do "shark mouths" that I have put photos of on the 1/144 forum. they are lovely little models.

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    These Stukas are all great!
    My Italian back to German quick and dirty painting will lower the standard of this thread...

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    I needed a third German Stuka. (In truth I need thousands - a little project I have - it's called: Conquer the entire Universe! Muah-ah-ah!! - it's trade marked.)

    When FFG made it's christmas sale I bought 3 Italian Stukas. 2 to remain Italian and 1 to repaint as German. Here it is:






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    Two stukas in flight
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    an one over the South
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackronin View Post
    I needed a third German Stuka. (In truth I need thousands - a little project I have - it's called: Conquer the entire Universe! Muah-ah-ah!! - it's trade marked.)
    When FFG made it's christmas sale I bought 3 Italian Stukas. 2 to remain Italian and 1 to repaint as German.
    Very nifty. I never thought of that. I have been busy painting German Stukas as Italians.
    Rob.
    Last edited by flash; 01-29-2015 at 23:35. Reason: spurious pics
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    Great looking Stukas!

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    Brilliant work everyone. I really like the Snake and the Rudel. I actually started on a snake and a Rudel also, but since it appears there will be another line of Stukas I have gone into a holding pattern to see which liveries come out.

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    Default Junker Ju-87B-1 "Stuka" Dive Bomber Condor Legion AIM Resin Model




    Stuka 29 - 6 of the 88 Experimental Squadron. Condor Legion, Saragosse-Sanjurjo, Spain, March, 1939.


    Wire added to model for rear gunner, Look! you can almost make out the little Pink Pigs on the Wheel Spats...hehe Enjoy!

    The Last Pic is next to AIM's excellent Fiat G.50 That I modified with green stuff to better represent SCW Fiat G.50's Canopy

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    Cheers,

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    Another very finely detailed paint job Scott. Your rendering of the canopy on the Stuka is splendid.
    Rob.
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    These are my Spanish Civil War Ju-87A's Anton.
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    The Spanish Republicans called them "Stupidos" but they fear them for their ability to hit the targets. It was a pronounce of things to come.






















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    Even more nifty aircraft paint schemes Quim.
    Rob.
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Officer Kyte View Post
    Even more nifty aircraft paint schemes Quim.
    Rob.
    Thanks Rob.
    You are too kind.
    Thanks for the REP.

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    Somewhere on the eastern front
    1/144 zvezda



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    My word that does look cold Fox.
    You have made an excellent job of that.
    Rob.
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    Oh wow! Beautiful Stuka Fox.

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    Very nice. Looks like it needs some deicing!

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    Amazing work, Fox.
    Are you sure you haven't found a time machine and are bringing back 1:1 scale aircraft?

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    Great painting, Thomas, Rob, Nigel, Joaquim, Carlo, Scott and Fox!

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    Thank you all
    Quote Originally Posted by Stumptonian View Post
    Amazing work, Fox.
    Are you sure you haven't found a time machine and are bringing back 1:1 scale aircraft?
    You mean like back tu the future ?
    My car is not a Delorean ( unfortunatly)

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    Nice Stuka!
    Voilà le soleil d'Austerlitz!

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    Awesome weathering on the plane!
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    "We do not stop playing when we get old, but we get old when we stop playing."

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    That's a beautiful paint job!

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    Hi,

    I'm hope you will recognize this plane and the pilot.

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    You can have another picture on this french website : https://wingsofwar.1fr1.net/gallery/...del-pic_61.htm

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    A pilot with an amputated leg if I remember !

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    ive got to get to work on my tankbuster ju87. awesome work!

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    Very nice Stuka. You've been very busy.

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    Thanks!

    To Caveman in particular : For sure, I have painted about 50 differents models, in ww2 and modern period. I'm still going on painting about 20 new models but I'm waiting for new products of Miscmini.

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    Cedric, if the rest of your work is as brilliant as this Rudel tank buster I look forward to seeing more of them.



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