This is a mix of many different kits, the most important being the 1/72 Matchbox Piston Provost fuselage, 1/144 Revell Dornier Do.X tailplane and a combination of 1/48 Supermarine S.6B and Cessna Bird Dog for the wing.
More updates as and when.
Last Edit: Feb 28, 2020 7:03:31 GMT 12 by ZacYates
Got to hand it to you Zac, that has turned out rather well mate. You are the putty meister. Do you find the filler/putty gets little pock marks in it when you sand it? I don't know why that happens but it can be rather annoying. I ask that because obviously a large percentage of your Fletcher is made up of the stuff, and I am wondering how you will get a perfectly smooth surface to paint on.
I know there's a lot of money in aviation because I put it there.
So this project died a death when the Unicraft kit arrived on the scene and I saw shape and scale issues in my scratchbuild. But, encouraged by comments when I shared photos of the components in the Fletcher and Cresco group on Facebook, I've felt rejuvenated and added it to my production line.
I had broken it down and left it in my scraps box, appearing thusly. Untitled by Zac Yates, on Flickr
Here's a comparison with the Unicraft 1/72 resin kit, showing the issues I mentioned. Untitled by Zac Yates, on Flickr
It was quickly reassembled, a new vertical stabiliser and rudder and U/C added: Untitled by Zac Yates, on Flickr
And the next step is to sand back the primer I shot after that photo, do some filling and sanding, and paint in WAW colours rather than as my original plan of CBG. Good fun!