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  1. Tface Masks for Do.335A, Mosquito B.Mk.IV/PR.Mk.IV & IL-2 (EX946, 938 & 703 for Tamiya) 1:48 Eduard Supplied on a large sheet of yellow kabuki tape, these pre-cut masks supply you with everything you would expect for the exterior glazing, plus wheel masks for good measure, but it also gives you another set of canopy masks tailored to fit the inside of the glazing so that you can paint the model’s interior and give your kit that extra bit of realism. Having used these sets on my own models now, I can confirm that they are extremely accurate, and it's good practice to place the outer masks first to act as a guide for alignment of the inner masks. If you have one of these older kits from Tamiya, which still stand up to scrutiny by modern standards, it’s worth considering an upgrade to the level of detail that the two layers of masking material bring to the cockpit area, which is a focal point of any crewed aircraft, and deserves the additional boost that more realistic masking brings. Dornier Do.335A (EX946 for Tamiya) In addition to the canopy and wheel masks, there is also a single mask for the landing light in the port wing leading edge. de Havilland Mosquito B Mk.IV/PR Mk.IV (EX938 for Tamiya) As well as the canopy and wheel masks, two sets of kabuki tape masks are included for the nose glazing and external masks for the wingtip lights. IL-2 Sturmovik (EX703 for Tamiya) This set is a little older, and suffered from one of the rare instances of things getting lost down the back of beyond. This time, the flat pack got sandwiched inside a book. It’s still available from Eduard however, so if you haven’t already done so, pick one up. Conclusion Given the chance, I will wax lyrical about Tface masks to anyone who will listen, and even though I am quite happy to create my own exterior masks where none are available, I much prefer to use one of these sets when I can. They’re extremely accurate, time saving, and adhere very well to canopies with a little light pressure to burnish them down. Very highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
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