|144th Airfix Tristar in one of best looking liveries applied on a Tristar.
800x600 76KB, 561 hits.
|Close front corner view of the model. The front section was masked with Tamiya tape. The bottom section was drawn on the tape with pencil then cut out with an X-acto knife.
800x600 64KB, 593 hits.
|Right side view of the model. Paints used were 1) Tamiya Spray TS-41 Coral Blue 2) Model Master Acryl Lt Grey#4765 3) Model Master Chrome Yellow #4683 4) Humbrol Metal Cote Polished Aluminum#27002 5) Humbrol Coal Black#85. Overcoated with Future.
800x600 50KB, 653 hits.
|From above. Scaleliner L-1011 Grey Wing Panel decals used.
800x600 57KB, 474 hits.
|The bottom. Scaleliner L-1011 Grey Wing Panel decals used
800x600 81KB, 544 hits.
|Left Front side view of the model. Cockpit window frame was applied using Silver Ink pen from artstore.
800x600 54KB, 584 hits.
|The steel pan logo. With the exception of the round grey outer border, the design was hand painted on. The tail was lightly brushed with Model Master clear flat and the logo was drawn on with a drafting pencil. It was then painted with a 2/0 brush.
800x600 58KB, 535 hits.
|The right side of the Steel Pan logo. Hand painted.
800x600 55KB, 510 hits.
|Lettering was created with the Sure Thing Decal Maker software. The Lt Grey font was too light and had to be overpainted with Lt Grey paint.
800x600 67KB, 470 hits.