Parts primed with Tamiya XF-1 flat black and interior painted with Vallejo grey green FS 34373 - Engine now ready for steel paint and details. Last cockpit parts ready for cockpit details - I am not sure i I am satisfied with the interior green - maybe a bit to light but I will test with some wash on some of non visible parts and we will se
Parts now sealed and ready to begin the assembly. Some parts with interior green has been darkened with some washes as I was not happy with the Valejo Interior green - Not 100% happy with the result but most of the parts will not be visible.
Treehugger Looks like maybe photo 2 should come before photo 1? Hm, looks like all the four photos ought to be shuffled to make better sense.
8. September, 13:40
Gordon Sørensen I like the organization for painting. Det er en god idé! I am planning on doing a RDAF Super Sabre in 1/72. Not sure how to do the severe weathering and the dis-colourization on the rear fuselage. Decals from Stoppel?
8. September, 15:20
Lars Stigaard Thanks @Treehugger..I can see this...I am new here so I was at first not aware of that there is an option to shuffle pics in correct order but I have done this now -
9. September, 08:12
Lars Stigaard Thanks @Gordon - It´s my way of keeping track of i all - I am not sure yet on how to do the dis-colourization and heavy weathering to the rear fuselage but I have some ideas but I need to test them first - I have previously done some testing on my SAAB J-35 Draken and I am not quite satisfied yet
Maciej Bellos This will be eye candy Lars! Looking very forward to it!
9. September, 20:42
Lars Stigaard I hope so Maciej - I just that i can create patched up and correct weatherizing paint a long with the dis-colourization at the rear fuselage - but I have found some great reference pictures from other kit builder that I will test from
9. September, 20:47
Lars Stigaard And have in mind that I have not done this in over 40 years????
9. September, 20:48
Alexander G. Wow, are there compressor blades you can assemble?