Messerschmitt Bf 109 GALLERY


Hasegawa 1/32 Bf 109 F-2 from 9./JG 2 carrying the markings of Staffelkapitan Siegfried Schnell while on Channel coast duties in France, 1941.


Hasegawa 1/32 Bf 109 F-4/Trop in the 3./JG27 markings of Leutnant Hans-Joachim Marseilles, Libya, February 1942.


Hasegawa 1/32 Bf 109 G-14 converted (by Brett Green) to a G-10 with Type 110 cowl using the Cutting Edge set from 2004. Markings depict an aircraft belonging to JG 300 in 1945.


Revell 1/32 Bf 109 G-6/U2 from JG 53, Germany, 1945. A nice kit but really needs (at least) replacement prop blades and cowling bulges.


Hasegawa 1/32 Bf 109 G-10/R3 as flown by Feldwebel Horst Petzschler, 10./JG 51, Eastern Prussia, May 1945.

Tamiya 1/48 Bf 109 G-6/R6 W. Nr. Unknown 8./JG 4 pilot unknown Lüneburg, Germany, spring 1944.

Erla built Bf 109 g-10 of 2./JG27, Schwerin-Görries, Germany, mid April 1945.

Hasegawa 1/32 Bf 109 G-6 representing the aircraft flown by Leutnant Eric Hartmann, 9/JG52, Russia, October 1943.

This entry was posted by Chris Wauchop.

19 thoughts on “Messerschmitt Bf 109 GALLERY

  1. Cool to talk to you again Chris. Hmm you can work that little Testors Airbrush very well. I see these are all 1/32 which is not my scale. You should post some of the 1/48 stuff you had completed. Very well done on these aircraft.



  2. Just have to say…..inspirational work,Chris! Eye candy…just sayin! Been with your talent since the ’90’s on Hyperscale! Keep on keepin on, and thanks.


  3. Chris, been a huge fan of your work for many years, a big source of inspiration for me since I got back into the hobby about ten years back. I always tell people “I want to build models like Chris Wauchop when I grow up!” Keep up the great work!


  4. Hello Chris,

    BF-109 beautiful, well done !!!
    I would like to know if the models are on sale?
    Thanks for your answer

    Many greetings


    • Hi Stephane,
      Sorry but I’m afraid the answer to your question is no. Most of the models on my blog are commission builds and the ones that I have built for myself are not for sale. All of the 109s you see here were commission jobs except for the Marseille 109 F which now takes pride of place in my collection.
      Thanks for your interest.


  5. Good evening Chris,

    Thank you for your explanations and your speed!
    One last question, is it possible to have additional photos on deuc BF-109 G-10 (JG-300 JG-51)
    Thank you in advance



  6. Sorry again Stephane but these pics were taken by Brett Green and I no longer have access to them. I’m pretty sure that there are more photos of these two on his web site- Hyperscale. There are more pics of the JG 51 G-10 here but because I only have access to these low res files the images are a bit small.




  7. Hı chris all of them perfect.. What is the colours of Hasegawa 1/32 Bf 109 G-10 Type 110 yellow 5 rlm 81 and 83? and can ı use Revell erla kit for this scheme?


  8. Hi Sina, sorry I’ve taken so long to answer your question, but I’ve only just seen it! The colours I used on this model were RLM 76 on the undersurfaces and RLM 81 Brown Violet and RLM 82 Dark Green on the upper surfaces. And yes I’m sure the Revell kit would be perfect for this scheme.



      • Thanks a lot Chris but when ı look gunze colour list ,ı realized that rlm 82 is not ”dark green” ..rlm 82 is light green and rlm 83 is dark green. Maybe Upper surfaces rlm82 rlm83 and Engine cowling RLM75 RLM74 RLM76 I suppose


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