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Future release in this case means next 7-14 days ;-)

 

 

New Mask Sets:

 

RCAF Royal Canadian Roundels - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF 30 inch Letters & Numbers - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF 48 inch Letters & Numbers - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF 20 inch Letters & Numbers - Fighters - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF 22.16 inch Letters & Numbers - Fighters - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF - Post war 6 inch Letters & Numbers - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF - Post war 8 inch Letters & Numbers - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF - Post war 24 inch Letters & Numbers - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF - Post war 36 inch Letters & Numbers - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

RAF - Post war 48 inch Letters & Numbers - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

U.S. Serials & Code Numbers 6 - 8 - 9 - 12 Inch - 45 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

U.S. Serials & Code Numbers 16 - 20 - 24 Inch - 45 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

U.S. Serials & Code Numbers 28 - 32 - 36 Inch - 45 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

U.S. Code Letters 8 - 12 Inch - 45 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

U.S. Code Letters 18 Inch - 45 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

U.S. Code Letters 24 Inch - 45 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

USN Code Letters 12 Inch - 60 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

USN Code Letters 24 Inch - 60 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

USN Code Letters 36 Inch - 60 deg - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks

 

 

- Luftwaffe code letters and numbers in ALL sizes that were used in WWII *** Curently in design stage

- RAAF Roundels - Insignia Series Premium Paint Masks *** Curently in design stage

*** Will be available by mid December.

 

 

Cheers,

Alek

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I like that you are doing separate masks for imagery common to all aircraft.

 

For the Luftwaffe, chevrons; doubles and singles, bars, wavy lines, simplified swastikas, circles, etc., would be handy. I'm hoping your numbers and letters not only include those that are solid, but are also outlined.

 

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Mark

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I like that you are doing separate masks for imagery common to all aircraft.

 

For the Luftwaffe, chevrons; doubles and singles, bars, wavy lines, simplified swastikas, circles, etc., would be handy. I'm hoping your numbers and letters not only include those that are solid, but are also outlined.

 

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Mark

 

Mark,

As for chevrons, bars, wavy lines... those are a bit tricky as its pretty hard to find decent sources, tech specifications and dimensions... i think i am on a good trail though, gathered large sets of documents already and should be working on those soon. The same thing goes for outlined letter which were rather wide spread and in many variations and would require a bit of time to sort those out.

 

My goal is not to simply make a letter/emblem/roundel that looks similar enough to the real thing but must be EXACT and accurate representation which is the main reason of not so frequent new mask releases.

 

In theory, almost every marking element was scale-related to another (luftwaffe fuselage letters were 6/10 of adjacent cross but this rule is sometimes disregarded as some paint jobs are done on the field...) but due to many field repaintings/modifications its not an easy job to keep track of everything. I am doing my best though ;-)

 

Cheers,

Alek

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