Andy yes i did indeed but i suppose now it might be a bit too late... or not. I was just thinking of this now considering i have to remove the Aviattic decal and just recoat with semi matt clear. The only problem i can foresee and can't really find a solution to is the patch on the middle of the wing. The patch is supposed to be the same 'color' as the tail covering in the wingnut wings box decals. I was planning on having the decal on the top wing differentiated by using a different undercoat of paint but since the wings are linen covered the patch would also be linen...
What do you guys think. Should i change the tail decal for accuracy or just leave it the way it is?
Actually i just took a closer look at the photos i have on my mac. The problem with removing the hex decal on the tail is that part of the diagonal white bands on the side are overlapping the hex decals. So that means i will have to damage those and repaint them. I don't know how much the effort of redoing the area is worth versus the outcome. What i will do is experiment on scrap decals left from the first sheet in order to find what sort of diluted ratio of paint i need in order to blend in the tail 'fabric' texture so i can cover the Aviattic hex decal and make it look more like painted on rather than linen...
Will post the results in a couple of days along with some of the progress!
With those details in mind Karim I guess the logical thing to do is continue with the Aviattic hex and use various glaze coat;s to "hide " the linen effect and also differentiate between painted wood and linen?