This bird is not one for the faint hearted , not moaning about fit issues, just ferckin little tiny PE parts .
I have started, as you can guess and I'm still on the first two steps of the instructions. I just keep jumping around trying to get that what I can in place before priming and adding the cockpit colour. The plastic parts are also very small but not as fragile as a Mini-Art kit are, which is good.
Anyway here's the first pics for yaz, the PE harness may need a little touch up, we'll see after it's had a dark wash or if the wash will suffice .
The first 17 parts.
The next 8 parts
The PE harness. After seeing this close I have decided to strip it and re-paint .
Paul, beautiful interior work there. These Spanish Civil War birds have great camo schemes so I will definitely be looking forward to this one.
"You watch the world exploding every single night Dancing in the sun a newborn in the light, Brothers and their fathers joining hands and make a chain The shadow of the Wicker Man is rising up again......" ------"The Wicker Man", by Iron Maiden
Chaps, whilst other things are drying orfe , I thought I would revive this one .
I did some more work on the cockpit interior, which includes some very fiddly PE and little plastic bits . I reckon that I can get some primer on the interior tomorrow morning and maybe a tad colour in the afternoon .