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Diskussion zu den Luftwaffeneinheiten in heutigen Tschechien, dem damaligen Böhmen & Mähren - Discussion regarding the Units of the Luftwaffe assigned in the Czech Territory the former Bohemia
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Post by RaFiGer » Sun 9. Mar 2008, 20:55

Hello Friends :)

I'm in a major hurry to rebuild those pages I've setup covering the Luftwaffen units in the "Czech Territory" from 1939 till 1945. My main sources are mentioned on the pages but without the books from JaPo-Publishing it would not be possible to get the schemes as right as possible :)
The paint works on these planes anyway was remarkable, due to lacking resources and using available paint the schemes are really noteworthy :D

To avoid a longer waiting period (already too long... ;)). I have updated the main page and the gallery page in order to present the already finilised paint schemes to you. The skins without markings are missing, it will take a while to get them ready because time is too less :(

But anyway, I hope you enjoy these new schemes and will give me time to finished the pages in a good manner :D. Hope you enjoy my efforts! Sorry to have no blanks available at that time, it takes too long for my limited time, so I will get them ready as soon as possible!!!

Here is the link to the main page (Scroll down to the gallery link on the main page):
RaFiGer's Luftwaffe over Czech Territory

The new gallery you can find here:
The Gallery page: Fw-190 over Czech Territory

And the Banner of the gallery:
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Post by RaFiGer » Sat 15. Mar 2008, 23:27

Dear friends!

Finally I managed to update my new "Fw-190 Gallery" page with some improvements and I think more important for you... The "BLANK" Schemes :)

I've update my little template for the Focke Wulf A-F Series a bit and added some more details to the front section and the wings! Hope you like it :D

I can present one new scheme , the "Yellow 12" from Schlachtgeschwader 2 (also possibly SG 10):
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Then I have put up two further download links, given you the chance to download all paint schemes with and without markings at once. Here are the teaser pictures for these links!

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More to come...

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Post by RaFiGer » Wed 19. Mar 2008, 11:12

Hello Fellows :)

Since the "Green Chrevron Circle" of the TO was too alone (she even fears the dark ;) ), I could not resist and paint a fellow for her... "Green 2" emerges and will be a good team addition for SG 3 :D

Webpage & files are updated, so thank you gentlemen :)

Here some pictures:

YOU NEVER WALK (FLY) ALONE... *sing*
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Inflight...
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Winter will be covered too :)

Post by RaFiGer » Wed 19. Mar 2008, 15:32

Dear friends!

Now it is time to present some paint schemes used on Fw-190 F8 based in Hungarian territory during the Winter of 1944/45. First scheme I've prepared is a Fw-190-F8 of I./SG 2 which was actually marked as "Black 9". Often in many publications it is or was declared to be a "Red 9"! But from the photografical evidents and the markings that was used by SG 2 in the area it should be really a "Black 9".

Despite these contraversals I've also painted the plane with red numbering, so enjoy :D And of course there are both markings also on a "Summer" Version of the same plane ;)

Download these skins for now using the links mentioned on my "Fw-190-F8-Gallery" page:
The Gallery page: Fw-190 over Czech Territory

Here are some pictures of the different versions:

1. Winter 1944/45 Versions:
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2. Summer/Autum 1944 Versions:
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And still.... Even more to come...

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