Re: Re[2]: Interior color: Sopwith Baby
Wed, 15 Nov 1995 13:51:54 -0500

In a message dated 95-11-15 11:17:33 EST, wroite:

> To change the subject slightly; if I were working on a
> German aircraft with a lozenge pattern on the fuselage, that
> pattern would also be inside, correct? I don't EVEN want to
> talk about matching lozenge for lozenge interior and
> exterior, but since that pattern is actually part of the
> fabric, it is going to be visible inside. Same weathering
> might be in order, or what?
The Sept/Oct issue of Windsock has color photos of the RAF Museum D.VII being
covered with reproduced "authentic" dyed fabric. Its not surprising that the
lozenge shows through on the interior in a slightly faded form. How you
model this would depend on your dedication, your skill and your scale.
Lacking the first 2 and working only in 1/72, I plan on ignoring this fact
completely. Medium grey should be about right.

Eli Geher