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Let the E7 Skinning commence guys and gals!!!!!

 

This is just a non-historic skin mucking around with colours and alphas and getting use to the amazing new E7 template, THANKS A LOT DEVS!!!, if I get time i'll start spewing out some historic skins asap.

 

See ya

 

Rob.

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I don't normally request stuff, but being that this skin appears to match perfectly with the scenery, PLEASE SOME ONE MAKE IT lol 

 

 

 

 

 

Already in the mixing bowl!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the mean time enjoy my [WIP] 8.(J)/ZG1 Bf-109

 

 

 

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Back to the paint hangar I go!

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Already in the mixing bowl!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the mean time enjoy my [WIP] 8.(J)/ZG1 Bf-109

 

 

 

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Back to the paint hangar I go!

 

Very nice  :cool: . Cain't wait to try it out.

 

Thnx

 

Martijn

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For Luftwaffe day fighters, early (Poland, Phoney war) green 70/71/65 camouflage was replaced by grey-green 02/71/65 during winter-spring 1939-40.

Introduction of grey 74/75/76 from mid 1941.

IMO, being manufactured in 1940, E-4/B and E-7 were theorically initially camouflaged with 02/71/65 and probably repainted during their operational career.

But who knows exactly?

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For Luftwaffe day fighters, early (Poland, Phoney war) green 70/71/65 camouflage was replaced by grey-green 02/71/65 during winter-spring 1939-40.

Introduction of grey 74/75/76 from mid 1941.

IMO, being manufactured in 1940, E-4/B and E-7 were theorically initially camouflaged with 02/71/65 and probably repainted during their operational career.

But who knows exactly?

 

Merci Pierre! I'll go with the 65/02/71 then. It has the highest probability, according to all studies I found on the web.

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Although i like the ZG1 skins, for the Battle of Stalingrad scenario a Schlachtgeschwader skin would be more usefull. Stab 1 and Gruppe 1 actually flew them there.

 

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Maybe a nice option?

 

Grt Martijn

 

This would make an awesome skin!

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Although i like the ZG1 skins, for the Battle of Stalingrad scenario a Schlachtgeschwader skin would be more usefull. Stab 1 and Gruppe 1 actually flew them there.

 

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Maybe a nice option?

 

Grt Martijn

 

Because of the enthusiasm some extra pictures that belong to the model.

 

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And more skins from Schlagtgeschwader 1

 

http://luftwaffe-profiles.blogspot.nl/p/profiles-schlachtgeschwader-1.html

 

Grt Martijn

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Here is a quick preview of a skin..

I need help identifiing the unit..

Looking good.

 

On the internet:

 

 

"Red 15" Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-7 of 2. Ausbildungsstaffel/ JG 77 in flight over Rumania in late 1941.

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Sorry I deleted my earlier E7 repaint post as I left in the swastikas on one of my shots which I do humbly apologise for. Here are some new shots with the revised camouflage to top surfaces of fuselage as suggested by Reflected. I'm still not entirely happy with it but it looks ok.

 

Cheers Rob.

 

P.S.Thanks to Reflected, you were right I forgot all about the top of the fuselage.

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