“Moskito”, not “Mosquito”
Focke-Wulf Ta 154 was a German counterpart of the famous British Mosquito, so-called “wooden wonder.” Although it was designed as a night fighter, this particular aircraft (W. Nr.32003) that I built was used as a twin-engined trainer, according to Murawski and Rys (Mongraphs 3D Edition #51, published by Kagero 2013). So, it has no characteristic radar antennae on the nose. This kit was built OOB, except for seat belts added (Fine Molds German seat belts). The camouflage was composed of fine spots of RLM75 on 76. I’m not fully satisfied with the finish, because many spots were “splashed”; I have to learn to control the airbrush more accurately. In addition, by a closer look of the photographs of this aircraft (for example: https://ww2db.com/image.php?image_id=9567) after the kit was finished, I noticed that the inside color of the fuselage Balkenkeuze was possibly not black, but grey (74 or 75?). Thank you for watching, and any comment is welcome!
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