Shawn depicted Revell’s 1/72 scale Me 262 as a night fighter, camouflaging it with Testors Model Master paints. “I used Elmer’s white glue to mask the squiggly pattern,” he says, “a light gray wash to call out panel lines underneath, and a muddy dark brown wash [for the same] on top. “
Excellent work, I am working on the Trumpeter 1/32 Me-262, and I still do not know what technique to use for camouflage, Do you think this is a good technique for an totenkop Me-262 in 1/32?
My first attempt on this was to use Poster Tact Putty. But for 1/72 scale I was not able to make that work. But in 1/32 scale I think it would work out fine and would give you the feathered edge it requires.