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As part of my current WW1 kick I have acquired a number of Roden and Toko 1/72 kits (Camel 2F1, Albatros D.III s153, various Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutters). The marking choices are interesting but the transfers themselves look very thin. I have seen a number of recent threads that suggest that Roden transfers in particular are as good as unusable. Especially with my glacial rate of construction, I do not want to bring a kit to near-completion only to discover the transfers don't work. The problem is all the more acute given the surprising shortage of aftermarket transfers for mainstream British
Hello All, This build has been pottering along in the background for ages, waiting for me to get inspired to do rigging. This weekend I got the EZLine and the swearing jar out and had a go! It's brush painted in acrylics (Revell Nato Olive over Humbrol 71 Oak, with Revell Wood Brown, Humbrol 27 Dark Sea Grey and Citadel Leadbelcher) and for the undersides I masked off the linen colour on the frames and gave it a drybrush stipple with a darker shade in between them. The variation looks quite subtle in real life but gets lost a bit in the photos (my excuse!). Rigging is all EZLine, with which
Hi Had this in the stash for years and decided to build it alongside the Amodel An-71. Only problem areas were the engine panels not fitting and the kits decals representing an early short fuselage An-72. Home made decals for the registration numbers and Russian flag and large bulged window added to the left hand side. Not sure who the real aircraft is operated by as no titles are carried. Steve