First I wanted to spread the news about this awesome campaign that is taking place over at Aeroscale .
The campaign name is The lottery which is mostly what it is, there are several topics, some of the titles are ;
-"Czechmate!" Build any Czech aircraft. (Free Czech flying with the RAF are acceptable so long as the Czech insignia is present)
-"Pearl Diving" Build any aircraft that participated in the attack on/defense of Pearl Harbour. Must be correct markings and scheme for Dec 7, 1941.
-"Blame it on the Twin Boom" Build any twin boom aircraft OR aircraft capable of Mach 2 in level flight (no rockets.)
-"Made in China" Build any Chinese manufactured Aircraft in Chinese livery.
-"Cripes, it's a Convair" Any aircraft you please, so long as it's a Convair.
-"Gimme a break!" Any aircraft with folding wings, built with wings in the folded position.
-"Drafted" Build any civilian aircraft pressed into service.
-"Hellofacopter" Anything rotary wing.
-"NASA to meet you!" Build any aircraft used by NASA. -"Low Hanging Fruit" Build any aircraft with an anhedral wing
Anyways, when you enlist for the campaign Mr. Rey Palmer ( Who is the leader) puts the titles in a hat and picks one.
I got to build a Sopwith airplane, which im really looking forward to since I haven't done a bi-plane or anything WWI-ish yet.
Now the Su-100 part. I have managed to finish the tracks and wheels this week, which ment that this weekend was airbrushing and weathering. I dropped the first idea of making it in two colored green and sand camo since I didn't have enough references so I decided for a simple sand finish with quite alot of dust and other weathering. I'll try to post the pictures tomorrow and see what you think about it.