The Fw190 has been a favorite of mine for a while but did not know someone makes it in 1/144 (had an A and a D version n 1/72 with terrible enamel painting back from the early days), now that my WW2 collection is expanding there was a chance to buy one. Turns out Revell does a 'Micro Wings' range that has a lot of WW2 aircraft including the Fw190.
Let's just not talk about assembly because I usually find aircraft nerve-wrecking to assemble but this one wins the gold prize of all. However I had fun with the painting (not sure of the cabin though) and it looks good in the end and that is what matters. Had also been more careful with the decals and undercoated the necessary parts with varnish which helped a lot and made the decals appropriately smooth.
Transparent plastic base which is about half the height of the Zvezda Art of Tactic planes', I'll switch one probably as I would need some landed planes too for objetive markers or simple terrain props and this would provide the chance for a spare 'flying' base.
Next up is two Sd.Kfz. 251s from Zvezda.