That one looks like a forceps delivery using mole grips.
Bit of a bummer that, just had a quick squint at Hannants and found this one, he's quite Naval. so it might fit the billI already have one!
Seriously. There are hardly any WW2 RAF aircrew in 1/32nd, Loads of sceptics. Hardly any Brits
Not a great offering. FAA would have thicker jackets and trousers. Bit parky over the Atlantic with just a wooly jumper.
Should be a Bronze Green depending on aircraft maker, Grumman built aircraft would have Bronze Green cockpit areas, later replaced with Dull Dark Green, with other areas interior green, whereas Eastern built aircraft would have interior green throughout as a rule of thumb.That Cockpit Green looks more olive there.
It’s the light - it’s not natural light. It’s much darker in daylight.That Cockpit Green looks more olive there.
That’s why I’m sort in the place of cutting the tiffy pilot up a bit. Right period for d-day alsoNot a great offering. FAA would have thicker jackets and trousers. Bit parky over the Atlantic with just a wooly jumper.
As ever, I'm highly impressed by the standard of work and attention to detail. But if I'm being brutally honest (and I am), the more you do to it, the less it looks like a Chinook.
Thats really motoring along SiMade a start on the burms
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I was hoping to be able to fill the joins with Mr Surfacer 500 but looking at the front two which have been sanded down, its looking like I'll have to spray Mr Surfacer 1200 on them. Needed to get the soldering kit out tomoz if I get the chance to do the fins for them as well.
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Engine mounted also which is another step forward