Artesania Latina’s modelers and designers know that any help is good for the construction of any scale model. That is why on this post we are going to show you through different videos how to carry out the assembly of the model Messerschmitt BF109G (20356) at 1/16 scale. A beauty, a jewel of the aircraft modeling made of metal and photo-etched for which we have edited 16 videos in which we show the precise way of its assembly. Join us on this flight! Fasten your seat belts!
So… Let’s go! On this Chapter 1 of our Assembly Diary, we explain the steps between 1 and 9 of the instructions: ‘Intermediate Fuselage Frames and Their Details’. Previously, the modeler must carefully extract the different parts of the plate and identify them for their correct positioning. What tools for modeling we recommend to get this goal?
– Scissors / Thread Snips (27060).
– Mini Diamond Files (27015-3).
– Cyano Applicator (27302).
– Thick Cyano (27650).
– Stainless Steel Ruler (27069).
– Needle Nose Pliers (27213).
– Cutter N1 (27019).
– Acrylic Paints Set for Messerschmitt BF109G (277PACK5).
MESSERSCHMITT BF190G MODEL ASSEMBLY: TAIL AND FUSELAGE
Later, on Chapter 2 of the Assembly Diary for the Messerschmitt BF109G model assembly -steps from 10 to 34-, we talk about how to build ‘The Tail and The Fuselage’ of the German fighter (First Part).
For this phase, the tools that the modeler needs are the same as the previous ones, but these three must be added:
– Straight Cutting Pliers (27212).
– Straight Tweezers Ultra Fine Tip (27204).
– Angle Conveyor and Squares (27325).
We continue on Chapter 3 of the Assembly Diary for the Messerschmitt BF109G model assembly -steps from 35 to 57- with the Second Part explaining how to build ‘The Tail and Fuselage’ of this faithful miniature replica of the aircraft of World War II. For this moment, the modeling tools that are required are the previous ones, in addition to this one:
– Sandpapers 400 Grit (27636).
To finish this area, the ‘Landing Gear and Tail’ is the title and the subject shown on Chapter 4 for the assembly of the scale model Messerschmitt BF109G -steps from 58 to 79-. The modeler is not forced to incorporate any new tool here, she/he can continue using the ones already mentioned.
BF109G PRECISION COCKPIT ASSEMBLY
One of the beauties of the 1/16 scale model of the German aircraft called Messerschmitt BF109G is its extremely detailed ‘Cockpit’. The Chapter 5 of Artesania Latina’s Official Assembly Diary -steps from 80 to 101 of the instructions on DVD format- deals with how to build that area of the plane First Part. Our modeling friends don’t have to add any new modeling tools now either.
Next, Chapter 6 reflects the Second Part of the ‘Cockpit’ construction. Specifically, we reveal how to carry out steps 102 to 125 of the assembly guide that contains this fabulous modeling kit made of the highest quality metal and photo-etched parts.
And, finally, the Third Part of the video that speaks about the ‘Cockpit’ is the Chapter 7 for an optimal construction of the Messerschmitt BF109G scale model. Here are the steps between 126 and 147. At this stage, we will also need…
– Masking Tape (27633).
MESSERSCHMITT BF109G MODEL ASSEMBLY: LEFT WING
We move on to the correct assembly of the ‘Left Wing’ Part One on Chapter 8. Steps 148-173 of this detailed audiovisual guide for the construction of the model Messerschmitt BF109G.
Here, Part Two about the assembly of ‘Left Wing’, Chapter 9, steps 174-197.
Next week we will return to each step that is still missing for the construction of this model. Meanwhile, there is much more information interesting about the BF109G by clicking here.