The thing about WW1 stuff like this is that despite all the writing on these, with the possible exceptions of Albatros, Sopwith, Fokker, and other very popular and well researched fighters with surviving unrestored examples, there is scant real information on color and finish onboard these aircraft. Even external colorations are often guesswork, and even unrestored examples have very faded and old paint, so...
What could be seen as a handicap suddenly becomes a huge advantage. Let your artistic side out. Go to town, (within limits, of course). Who's gonna tell you you're wrong?
Try that with an Su-27 or F-15, and you'll be slow roasted over an open coal fire on a spit, complete with an apple in your mouth, but with these, you're just as correct as the next guy. Just GUESS.
Edited by Clunkmeister, 14 November 2016 - 05:51 AM.
Was mich nicht umbringt macht mich stärker
In progress: T-28C, T-28D from a C, MuG-23MF, Felixstowe F2a early, PBJ-1H, PZL P-11C
Completed: RCAF F-51D Mustang, ZM A-1H Skyraider, Tamiya A6M2, Felixstowe F2a early, Junkers J.l, Gotha G.lV, Pfalz D.Xll, Albatros D.V, Bf-109F4, Ta-152H-1