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Note the thin white outline around the Honest John figure, which for some reason is missed by nearly all profile artists and decal companies.HOW TO MAKE CUSTOM DECALS/STICKERS AT HOME USING THE SILHOUETTE CAMEO
The second treasure in this set is usually known as the "Marilyn Monroe Sabre," since a beautiful representation of the Marilyn Monroe Playboy Magazine nude centerfold was painted on the left nose of this FENA. This jet was eventually crashlanded. The wings were removed and she was shipped to Japan for rebuild.
We can presume the Marilyn figure was also removed in Japan! Research and artwork by Raanan Weiss, of IsraDecals! Very detailed instructions accompany this amazing decal set. Love the nose art fuselage art? One of the prettiest Thunderjet schemes ever, this is for Col Robert L.
Our thanks to Gen Scott for his help on this decal set! The apogee of colorful USAF jets ws certainly attained with the mid-late s interceptors. The FIS Commander flew this extremely colorful jet, Did you note the fuselage "U. Only 22 sets still available. You know how much I love the Scooter!
Carpenter of the VFA Rampagers. Both jets flew combat in Afghanistan and Iraq during this cruise. Special colorful markings for Operation Iraqi Freedom abound in this decal set covering two combat birds with mission markings! Interestingly, this plane flew combat missions with the air refueling probe door removed due to problems with the door itself. This extensive sheet can be used for many Soviet aircraft projects.
MiG Fulcrum markings for four aircraft: The Indian birds are especially interesting and colorful. This set also has a very detailed instruction sheet set. This was one of our very earliest decal sets and was so popular it was reprinted at least three times in later years.
It covers four colorful Sea Kings: Only 25 sets still available. This gorgeous Starfighter was painted overall aluminum with a blue nose and tail. The most striking element was the beautiful tiger painted to appear he was breaking through the fuselage skin on the right side nose, with parts of his center and rear body appearing through "holes" painted on the left fuselage.
This is one of the most famous Starfighter markings schemes of all time!
Note the RFG was a standard FG with the Orpheus recce pod which was not fitted to this jet while she was in this scheme. Only 19 sets still available.
Only 24 sets still available.
Full F4D stencilling data with national insignias, correct factory type wing walkways unlike the incorrect kit provided onesblack depot applied style wingwalks, stripes for the tailhook, two types of intake warning markings early and lategray and black antiglare panels, several styles of emergency rescue arrows, etc, plus the full maintenance stencilling.
This set features three colorful and unusual straight-wing Fs. The last jet is the extremely colorful "Tigre Bianchi" aerobatic team of the 51st Stormo, Italian Air Force, featuring their bright yellow, blue and red team markings. Extremely colorful FGs including: This is one of the most remarkable and striking schemes ever applied to a Starfighter. Seven colorful and important Dragon Ladies are covered in this set.
All were assigned to the SRW, with tail numbers, and My main memories of Sabres while I was growing up are of the Sabre Dog, which is why the jet holds such a special place in my heart. The bright unit markings and astonishing International Orange hi-viz markings stand out clearly in my mind.
Ahhhh, the heady days of our youth! The Most Colorful Hun Ever! Note the scheme on this jet varied slightly over time; this is the version. The first jet was part of the fascinating Operation Stovepipe, weather reconnaissance flights over North Korea in The top surfaces were painted olive drab, but unfortunately reduced top speed by 20 MPH.
The first jet is "Penetrator" from the 96 BW. This nose art features the tiger motif of the 37th Bomb Squadron grasping the globe in its claws.
Colorful A-4Ms Skyhawks 2. This set showcases two very popular Marine Scooter units. This one is truly striking. Only 21 sets still available. Tied for most popular Yellowhammer Decal ever, this set provides markings for six famous Zeros. Purportedly the aircraft he was flying when he was badly wounded at Guadalcanal, Sakai claimed three kills during that mission.
Captured by Aborigines, Toyoshima was the first recorded Japanese captured by the Australians. This was a "presentation" aircraft with a long inscription aft of the fuselage hinomaru reading "Hokoku Dai Go, Dai 6 Obayashi-gumi Go," making this the th sponsored Zero and 6th sponsored by the huge Obayashi-gumi construction company which still exists today.
Shingo was famous for leading the fighter cover for the initial Japanese attacks on Clark Field in the Philippines on December 8th, Only 14 sets still available. Both aircraft wore field-applied camouflage, probably RAF Dark Green see the instructions for a much longer discussion on the colors. The noses of these two kits are quite different and decal nose bands designed for one kit will not fit the other kit!
Four killer schemes from the Marine contingent on Guadalcanal—produced from photos from the collections of the pilots involved! The Hawk 75A-7 flown by Sgt. Hawk 75A-8, CU, flown by Lt. Hawk 75A-4, CUc, flown by Capt. Full stenciling for the F Sabre, including both sizes 24" and 36" of the yellow and black Korean War identification bands. This is a double sheet set!
FD VF with a huge and striking lion head on both sides of the nose — Afghanistan combat veteran. This was one of the most-requested schemes in our F survey! Me A-1a, Yellow 3, 9.
The Hornet - CF Hornet Tiger Meet of the Americas - by Allan Botting
The first is PC, 69, Maj. This bird had the cowling trisected with the three squadron colors of blue, yellow, and red. Complete markings, including stencils, to cover one of seven famous Dauntlesses. This is one of the birds that flew in to Pearl soon after the attack.
This bird, although it did not take off, was manned by a couple of Marine sergeants who fired the aft flexible. It was pretty badly shot up in the attacks. The markings on these two planes were extremely unexpected and in violation of Marine markings directives of the time, a subject examined and discussed in the instruction sheet. Arval Roberson and also when it was flown later by Capt Clarence Weaver.
Interesting note on the nose art: Long after the decal was produced, I came across an excellent photo showing the nose art from a near 90 degree angle boy, I woulda killed for that pic while we were working on our artwork because it would have saved many, many hours of hard work.
The second Mustang is less well known, but carried extremely large for a P and well-done nose art. The noses of these two kits are quite different and decal nose bands designed for one kit will not fit the other kit. The first is the extremely famous sharkmouth Bf D-1, Yellow 5, of 2. The second bird is the nearly-as-famous Bf D-1, Red 11, 2.
This plane was featured in many early German propaganda photo shoots. This set covers three remarkable Bf Gs. Wolfgang Hunsdorfer, Borkheide, Germany, Sept. This bird was from JG The last is a Bf G, Yellow 5, W. This bird sports an overall dark green fuselage topside with a normally painted replacement cowl and the blue-white-blue RV band.
This plane had shamrock nose art and the name Bums painted under the canopy on the left side. This set features three interesting Sturmvogeln displaying three variations in the standardized Me camouflage scheme. First is Me A-2a, White 3, Ofhr. Photos taken in Switzerland just after the jet was interned and color photos taken in Germany soon after the plane was returned clearly show the yellow pinstripe outline to the White 3, which is omitted from most illustrations and decals of this plane.
This jet has been illustrated many times and also appeared in decal form; we were able to obtain much better photos than usually seen and has appropriately shaped small Green 4 which had a white pinstripe outline and highly non-standard JG 7 badge.
Also note the red-blue RV band is roughly and unevenly applied at the aft end. A-7D Corsair IIs in eye-catching wraparound camouflage schemes. Karl Rammelt, Kommandeur II. Frankly, we spent a LOT of time on our Ju 87 decal sheet research to ensure we got all the letters and numbers exactly the right shape and size.
Luckily we were able to find a ton of great photos to work from. G 2, Russia, Springwith the stenciled version of the II. This set contains accurate markings for a Jolly Rogers "J" model with the all-black fin and rudder. The black "pirate flag" used on their F-4Bs was not seen on their later jets. First is the extremely famous infamous? Interesting story on this one. Originally named "Memphis Belle III" with the name in a flowing cursive script, at the specific request of Col Robert Morgan pilot of the original BF "Memphis Belle"the name was changed to a block style better matching the original.