It is Hawker Typhoon which I made in March 2008.
I would like to make hurricane, but mistook to buy typhoon. This plane equips as many as eight rockets, it seems to be strong.
I suppose it’s easy to paint inside of the cockpit even after I assemble around here.
Making of the pilot. One person re-appearance from 1/48 military miniature series of Tamiya. It is not a torso murder. To enter the cockpit, I cut them with nippers in detail.
I pushed him into the cockpit by force and adjustment of both hands near the control stick. Afterwards, body and substance were given with the epoxy putty.
After all, the RAF pilot became as photo.
Pilot’s head was about 0.7mm higher, his head interfered in the canopy, and I did not make it in the closed state. The face, though it is a figure not seen so much in the canopy, but now we can able to see clearly. It’s not like the British.
I painted the decal place in gloss white. It is for the following decal good adhesion.
After masking, I painted yellow at the front of the main wing.
It’s before the decal pasting.
The stripe on the body looks neat. Characteristic painting.
Since the color of the propeller spinner was a different feeling, I painted all yellowish again. The entire airframe was finished up in the semi gloss painting.
I did weathering lightly soot and the dust of the exhaust tube. When I inked on a white part, satisfied and no more gave hard weathering.
Masking and the painting on both sides of the body was variously complicated and had a hard process.
The figure painting was not acceptable quality, maybe next time my skill will be up.
The hit rate of the rocket was about 4%, though the destroying power was strong if it hit to the target.
The typhoon is a large and powerful airplane, painting is also considerably satisfactory.