Thx chaps. Most of the work is done, weathering is the final step...
To explain some of the things that you see on this plane, the 335 and 336 RAF squadrons were manned by Greeks. When in 1944 Germans dtarted pulling out of Greece the two Greek squadrons came back. The planes were hastily resprayed to show their nationality, so the roundels were not completely resprayed, only the cenre one. The specific plane was a Sqdn leader's plane hence the all metal finish. The sea blue on the tail and Vokes filter was to show the Germans, still occupying the islands, who was bombing them and shooting them down. Sort of payback.... For pilots that have been fighting in exile and had their families shot for this by the Germans it was a form of vengeance.
To create different shades for the metal finish 2 different primers were used, a black and a white one.
After that, the various colours were sprayed and of course decals.
Love your Spitfire and that is a nice choice of markings too. Thanks for sharing.
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