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A couple days ago I started working on the Italeri S.79, and before I knew it, I got this far already. It's a simple kit with not that many parts, but still reasonably detailed. I sprayed the interior with Tamiya XF-20 and used some of that Tamiya panel line wash. The instrument panel is just a decal, and since you won't be able to see much inside the cockpit when it's all closed up and all, I'm fine with that. I don't bother with seatbelts either. And now with the fuselage closed and the lower wing in place. It'll probably be ready for paint b
HpH is reported working on a 1/32nd Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 Sparviero resin kit. Source: http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=28641&p=844969 V.P.
Hello! Here is my finished SM.79 Sparviero. The construction took half a year, actually I was tired at the end. As usual the Italeri's painting guide was false, and the camo. does not match on the two only shots what I've found about the 28-11, however are taken from the same side. So my camo are 'something like that'. I had the chanse to paint it to the 2 tona camo, but I didnt liked it. The flash light may show the colors lighter than these actually are. And here it is: And finaly, You can read the project in this topic. In some words, I
Hello all! This is my way to build a Sparviero, I'd like to show you. The SM.79 introduces in the Spanish civil war in the side of general Francisco Franco. Of course these were given from Mussolini's Italy, suh as the counter side helped by the Soviet Union. As far as I know the forregin forces was organised in the unit called Tercio des Extranjeros. In the box I've got 4 markings option, 2 with Spanish markings. My choosen one is the three tone scheme with sand yellow, green and brown, needless to say all of the in they realy super special Italian tone. Duhh. I started this construction i