HTK-BS07 Royal Air Force paint set of 6 x 17ml - BLUE LINE

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    • HTK-BS07
    • Manufacturer: Hataka Hobby
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Type: Model paint
    • Medium: acrylic
    • Size/volume: 6 x 17 ml
    • Remarks: for brush painting use
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    • €16.25
    HTK-BS07 includes model paint optimised for brush painting - standard camouflage colours of RAF planes during WW2.

    HTK-BS07 “Royal Air Force paint set” - BLUE LINE

    RAF planes entered WW2 wearing a "Temperate Land Scheme" of Dark Green and Dark Earth (thus colloquially known as "Sand & Spinach" pattern) over Black and White bottom. After May 1940 undersides of all fighters (and later also fighter-bombers) were repainted to Sky "Type S". After the Battle of Britain, from September 1941 onwards, a scheme more appropriate for offensive patrols over continental Europe was introduced to Fighter Command aircraft - Dark Earth was replaced by Ocean Grey and Sky "Type S" with Medium Sea Grey.

    HTK-BS07 includes standard camouflage colours of RAF planes during WW2.

    The set contains the following acrylic paints, optimised for use with brush:

    • HTK-B009 – Dark Earth – Used until August 1941 on upper surfaces of RAF fighters in Temperate Land Scheme. Later used on RAF bombers
    • HTK-B016 - Dark Green – Used on upper surfaces in camouflage schemes of RAF fighters and bombers from mid-1930s till end of WW2
    • HTK-B025 – Interior Grey-Green – Standard colour of cockpit interiors of RAF aircraft throughout the war
    • HTK-B026 – Sky "Type S" – Used for lower surfaces of Fighter Command aircraft from May 1940 until August 1941. Also used on fighter-bombers
    • HTK-B032 – Ocean Grey – Used on upper surfaces in RAF "Day Fighter Scheme", introduced on Fighter Command aircraft from September 1941
    • HTK-B034 – Medium Sea Grey – Used on lower surfaces in RAF "Day Fighter Scheme", introduced on Fighter Command aircraft from September 1941