The firm Datadecals
produces one beautiful decals sheet for 1/32 Trumpeter kit, and another
sheet is arriving.
A sample was kindly sent by the firm owner, Mr. Adam Batkiewicz.
|The sheet DD32001 shows five late version aircrafts, all described
in the profile pages of this site too;
Smert to Nemetsim Okkupantim
The instructions sheet is very exhaustive, with color profile and upper
views, and written comments about the photos from which each profile is
|The sheet is neatly printed and well centered, on a very thin trasparent
film that will be nearly unvisible on the painted model; I think that such
thin films will require an extreme care in positioning, avoiding softener
The sheet includes thin white lines for correcting eventual out of register white outlines, and a piece of red scrap decal to help for adapting it to movable surfaces.
The sheet DD32002 has further examples:
|The Czech firm Eduard produces an
adhesive mask set to protect the canopy, the landing light and wheel disks
(or position lights?) of the Trumpeter kit, 1/32.
I don't understand well how it functions from this scan, but I think to see that no mask has been provided for two stripes behind the rear sliding hood frames, that should remain trasparent (even if this is not written on the kit's instructions sheet).
The French firm Contact Resine
has released a detail set including:
A sample was kindly supplied by Marc Guerrero
|The Polish firm Montex
has a set of adhesive plastic masks both for canopy frames and for
Their site has an excellent page with instructions on how to use masks, and a page with links to distributors of their product.