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I'm going to use this kit to build this aircraft A start made to the three parts for the cockpit tub and a coat of grey paint Of course I then find a decent photo of 'NRP's cockpit and it isn't grey! It is a mixture of greens and grey with the side panel being a peculiar metallic green. By good fortune, about 20 years ago I built a Mitsubishi Dinah and bought the Gunze Sangyo metallic green. As you can see from the state of the jar it hasn't been touched since and remains my only paint from this company. Naturally the lid wouldn't open
You know when you go onto Hannant's front page and you get that sort of carousel thingy switching between future releases? Well. I was doing that and experienced one of those 'you have to be kidding me' moments. Yep, even me, something of a Spitfire fan was gobsmacked that they're doing even more Spitfires, with four Mk 1 kits in the pipeline. OK, that out of the way (and I doubt I'll be investing in any more Spitfires at present), by investigating further there are actually some kits waiting on future release from KP that may be of interest to those who find any more Spitfires to be utterly a
Here's my start point. 2054Z on Saturday 21 Dec 19. I have no idea how to show a time and a date in big numbers on my phone so if you don't believe me then right click on the photo and knock yourself out. Furiously getting stuck in I have now glued four bits and slapped on some paint. No stopping me now..another three bits glued in. The yellow dot is supposed to be a round knob. It will probably be taken off. Don't know why I bother though because as usual none of it can be seen afterwards. since then seat belts made from tape and the fuselage joined.
Using the above kit,I hope to portray this Camel which is preserved in Krakow.