by Massimo Tessitori
Books and magazines:
1- Aviakollectia 12/2008: Orlov, Vaklamov: painting of the planes
of Soviet Air Force 1941-1945;
2- some articles of the same authors on M-hobby 2/99 and other issues;
3- The catalogue of Akan, proved to be a good reproduction of the Alboom Nakrasok of 1948, and other informations from Mr. Akanihin;
4- Colors of the Falcons of Jiri Hornat and Bob Migliardi.
A wide topic in English about painting of Soviet planes.
Interesting post on AMT-1, in English.
wide topic on Soviet colors, in Russian. There are the scans of the early articles of Vaklamov and Orlov published on M-Hobby in the late'90s, too.
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/portland/971/reference/russian.htm a description of the colors found on Soviet planes and wreck in Finnish museum.
Site generating chips of any FS-595b color. Of course, chips are visualized on the screen, with all known difficulties in comparing them to a paint.
http://scalewiki.ru/%d0%b0%d0%bc%d1%82 and http://scalewiki.ru/%D0%B2%D0%B2%D1%81_%D1%81%D1%81%D1%81%D1%80_1935-40
tables of colors with matches for modelers.