Now the cockpits can be built up
In 1/32 this means throttle, joystick and rudder pedals
In 1/48 just the joystick
In 1/72 Joystick and throttles
and in 1/144 the tiniest joysticks you can imagine
The detail painting is done and all scales have decals to grace the cockpits
In 1/32 three separate decals for each of the display screens
In 1/48 these garish renditions for flat featureless panels, I’m thinking this will be a canopy closed build
In 1/72 lots of decals are supplied. All are oversized and cartoon like. Given the raised detail I have elected only to use the ones for the display screens
In 1/144 decals suffice perfectly well.
With the main colour dry time to detail the larger cockpit tubs
starting with the side panels the controls have been picked out in a darker colour
similarly on the dash
and in 1/72 some detail to pick out in paint
The other 2 scales have the controls depicted by decals
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World War II with Scale Models
Let's build... It's never too late
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