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I know Mike grant did smoke ring decals for WW2 Macchi’s. But i think i remember seeing a masking set somewhere a few years ago for the smoke rings. Am i imagining or do they exist ? Im also looking for ideas on how to do the camouflage ? Honestly I'm just not that good to free hand airbrush the camouflage. Im also looking for photo’s for when i do build the kit. Thanks to everyone in advance ? Dennis
Friends, Here is the Hasegawa Macchi Mc.202 Folgore. I cannot remember exactly when I built this kit, but it`s been more than a few years ago. The highlights of this kit are as follows.............. 1. Mike Grant Decals for the iconic “spinach / smoke rings” found on the Folgore. 2. Tamiya painted tape for the seat belts. 3. Painted white fuselage band and tail cross insignia 4. Polly Scale paint : Italian Hazel Tan and Italian Lower surface gray ( WWII ) 5. Used kit supplied squadron insignia and national markings on the wings. 6. Weathered with cha
Hello all Here is my latest completion - Hasegawa's 1/48 Folgore, a lovely kit to build. I'm usually an out of the box builder, but I've always had a soft spot for the look of the MC202, so was tempted into the aftermarket for this one to try and add a little extra nice detail to this build. The extras were: * Smoke ring decals from Mike Grant * Ultracast resin seat, wheels and exhausts * Montex Maxi Mask for cockpit frame and some markings * EZ line for the antenna wire The fuselage band and the white tail crosses were painted on rather than using decals, and the underside wing roundels