I am using Aviattic decals to apply 5 color lozenge camouflage to the wings of the WNW LVG kit.
I have now applied all the camouflage on the top and bottom surfaces of both upper and lower wings.
I am now going to try and cut long strips of lozenge decal and apply it span-wise along the leading edge of the wings.
My question is how wide do you guys tend to cut that leading edge strip in terms of MM?
I am thinking it would make sense to make it extra wide relative to the 1MM or so width of the rib tapes, so that some of it curves up and wraps around the leading edge heading toward the top surface of the wing, but so that you also have enough width to wrap it the other way too and head toward the bottom surface of the wing.
This would allow you to cover as much as possible of that "no man's land" where the top decal sort of meets the bottom decal along the leading edge. That decal border is not perfect on my wings and I would like to cover/hide as much of that as possible with a clean, wide strip.
Just wondering how wide you guys like to go with that, or what would be historically accurate for 1/32 scale.