There are PLENTY of very nice and very well researched colour schemes on BarracudaCals two new sets of decal sheets that are just about to hit the market. We take a look at each of the schemes and some of the sheets today in our preview…
Barracuda Studios two new decal sets in 1/32nd for the new Revell Erla built Bf-109G-10.
A few notes from Roy Sutherland about his two new sets of decal sheets for the Erla built Bf-109G-10’s in 32nd scale.
The Erla Built Bf 109G-10 is not to be confused with a G-10 fitted with a Erla hood. This variant had a completely unique engine cowling arrangement. The new Revell kit, which is a very nice kit and, for the most part, quite accurate, is the first time this variant has been kitted in injection moulded plastic.
Each sheet contains SEVEN varied and interesting schemes for the Erla G-10. Exhaustively research by Anders Hjortsberg with further assistance by other notable 109 experts, these sheets reflect the very latest knowledge on the Erla G-10s. Anders has produced superbly detailed and accurate profiles, and larger versions can be downloaded from the Barracuda Studios website to assist you in recreating the fascinating camouflage schemes. .Extensive and detailed painting notes highlight a number of interesting points about the finish of these very late war Gustavs. For those wanting to know more, there is a link on the sheets to Ander's blog, where much more in-depth discussions of these aircraft can be found.
Decals are gorgeously printed by Cartograf, and much effort was put into color matching. Each sheet contains all the specific markings for all seven aircraft, along with 2 full stencil suites and two complete sets of national markings and spinner spirals.
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). White 14 - Ex II./JG3 aircraft. Flown by Waldemar Wagler, JG51 at Garz, Germany, April 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Yellow 6 - JGr.300. Pilot Unknown. Neubiberg, Germany. June, 1945.
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Black 13 - JG27(?) Location Unknown, Mid June 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Red 5 - 2./JG300. Flown by Friedrich-Wilhelm “Timo” Schenk. Borkheide, February 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Blue 1- JG301. Pilot Unknown. Base Unknown. Spring, 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). Black 22 - 5./JG52. Pilot and location unknown.
Bf 109G-10 (Erla built). No identity markings - Squadron and location unknown. June, 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla Built). Black 4 - JGr.300. Pilot Unknown. Found at Langensalza, Germany. June, 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla Built). Green 7 - 11./JG300. Prague-Kbely in May 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla Built). Black 10 - I./JG4. Pilot unknown. Giessen, Germany. June, 1945
Bf 109G-10 (Erla Built). Black Chevron - JGr.300. Pilot unknown. Location unknown.
Bf 109G-10 (Erla Built). Yellow 2 - KG(J)27. Pilot unknown. Kaufbeuren, Germany. May, 1945 - National markings: Small
Bf 109G-10 (Erla Built). Yellow 24 - 6./JG27. Flown by Staffelkapitän Antonius Wöffen. March 11, 1945.
Bf 109K-4 (Erla Built). W.Nr 570375 - Unit, pilot and location unknown.
These 2 new sheets are up on the website and available for ordering now! 109 fans also note that we now stock the terrific ADH book on Building the Revell 109G-6 by Brett Green, with additional models by Marcus Nicholls, Chris Wauchop and Roy Sutherland. A nice one stop reference for building the Revell G-6.
A number of new resin sets for both the new 1/32 Revell 109G-6 and G-10 are coming shortly. Check back here or take a look at Barracuda Studios for more updates as they arrive