Believe it or not, I'm planning to start it today. The shading is fairly straightforward to be honest. The usual array of black boxes. The challenge with the Vietnam Spad is the weathering - oil and the hammer they seem to have got on the under surfaces with the constant loading of lots of ordnance. The Korean war Spad is a different set of problems altogether as its glossy navy blue, and the surface area on a 1/32nd model is mahoosive. Last time I tackled something like that was the Dauntless, which got hammer from salt in the air in the Pacific, whereas Korean was a land mass, so less salt exposure other than taking off, landing and transport on the decks of carriers. The other issue is there are so few colour photos available of both Spads in service, I've not got a lot of reference materials.I'm looking forward to seeing how you do the shading.
Will the shading be done this side of Xmas?
Just debating doing the A-10, a Tiffy and the Wokka as parallel builds after finishing the Spads and the Cromwell!