Sea Seats

I thought at this stage, I would bring together the three builds and do a direct comparison


The three seats are from right to left Attacker (From the classic airframes kit), The 1/48 Sea Hawk (Straight from the box) and the 1/72 Sea Hawk (From the spares box incorrect type I know but will give the right character under the canopy) All sprayed matt black


meanwhile cushions have been sprayed, olive green for the back, leather for the seat pad. The Attacker is getting plastic from the spares box, the other two Tamiya tape panels. as they already have a moulded cushion


and here the cushions in place


some additional painting


and seatbelts, P.E for the first two, tape for the airfix


The two 1/48 are test fitted in the cockpit tubs


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