Now that the Bf-110s are in a stable form it’s time for that part of modelling that to me takes the longest; the parts. Parts that need to be found, cleaned up, put together, sanded, organized by color, and painted. And what a mass of parts these builds have.
The Monogram Bf-110 parts are pretty simple but the Eduard kit has quite a set of very delicate and numerous detail. The state of 1/72 kits has changed a lot in 45 years.
I should be ready to put some of it together tomorrow with one last shot of weathering. We’ve had another heat wave and it’s been pretty hot in the garage.
I also have the cockpit ready underway for the next Eduard 1/72 Bf-110. I’m using the resin from the Eduard Big Sin set for this kit which will include not only the cockpit but engine and armament. I’ll paint that one, again with Owl decals, in a desert scheme.