Fiat G.50 Hasegawa 1/48 Scale Plastic Model Aircraft
Overall an easy to build, fun kit, I took my time to lower the flaps and horizontal stabilizers accordingly to the references I found on the internet, I riveted the model and re-scribed the lower wing panel lines because they looked too shallow.
Mistakes were made, after applying primer, all the rivets and upper wing panel lines that I didn't re-scribed were lost, I didn't want to spend a couple of hours trying to fix this, so I decided to give the illusion with weathering and oil paints, in the end, the effect is very subtle, but that's it, overall I think it's just fine, and from a few meters, the model looks good.
Camuflage was made with custom mixed paint.
The light brown top color was mixed using Tamiya Desert Yellow (XF-59), Red Brown (XF-64) and Flat White (XF-2) in a proportion of 6:2:2
For the green mottling I used Tamiya Dark Green 2 (XF-81)
And the reddish-brown mottles was mixed by Tamiya Flat Red (XF-7), Red Brown (XF-64) and Desert Yellow (XF-59) in a proportion of 4:4:2