|Hobby Decal Fw-190 stencils in 1/32 scale
Dry transfer (rubbing) type stencils to replace decals
|- 14.98 USD
Three printed sheets and placement instructions.
|- No silvering / no clear film.
- Can be applied over gloss or flat finishes
- Unbeatable system when applied over natural metal finishes
Cannot be moved during application.
- May be difficult to appy over tight corners and protusions.
Recommended, particularly if you hate decals.
This is a great set of dry transfers by Hobby Decal.
Product ST32003 comes
in three sheets, printed in up to five colors. The subject is
the Fw-190, and this item was released a few years ago, in the wake of the great long nose Doras released by
Hasegawa. The instructions calls for a D-9, but the sheet can be mostly used
in the D-13 or earlier A/F versions as well.
Hobby Decal product numbers indicate
the current version of the set, showing that they are listening you about
mistakes for possible future corrections.
Hobby Decal didnīt forget the propeler
blade logos and the trim tabs. All dashed lines showing the fastening
position of movable surfaces fixing plates are included. These items are
very susceptible to silvering, and very fragile in conventional decals.
Hobby Decal line of dry transfers are not cheap products, but worth every cent, in my opinion. Decals are
more forgiving, sure. However, dry transfers undoubtly have they place in
Be very gentle when applying hot thinners
directly over them, because they may melt the transfers. If you are not
convinced, you can always apply the dry transfers on a piece of clear decal
film and use them as an ordinary decal.
Review sample compliments
of Hobby Decal.
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