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H75N Hawk Resin Exhaust and Painting Masks

Clear Prop!, 1/48 scale

S u m m a r y :

Description and Item No.:

Clear Prop! Item Nos.:

CPA48004 - H75N Hawk Painting Mask

CPA48005 - H75N Hawk Resin Exhaust and Engine Rib

Contents and Media:

See text below.

Price:

TBA

Scale:

1/48

Review Type:

First Look

Advantages:

Crisply detailed resin parts that are hollowed out at the ends; yellow Kabuki material masks will make painting the canopies fast, easy and precise.

Disadvantages:

None noted.

Recommendation:

These are two simple upgrades that will add detail to the exhaust and make painting the canopy easier too.

Reviewed by Brett Green

FirstLook

 

Clear Prop! has released two accessory sets to coincide with their lovely new 1/48 scale H75N Hawk.

CPA48004 - H75N Hawk Painting Mask

The first upgrade is a set of die-cut, self-adhesive masks for the canopy.

 

 

Some of Clear Prop!'s kits have included masks, but they have been made from a white vinyl material.

 

 

These masks are made from the thin and very flexible yellow Kabuki material, the same as used on Eduard's masks. This is a definite improvement.

Clear Prop!'s canopy masks represent a fast and accurate solution for a time consuming and often disliked modelling task.


 

CPA48005 - H75N Hawk Resin Exhaust and Engine Rib

Clear Prop! has also released a replacement exhaust.

 

 

Apart from the crisp detail (the clamps look brilliant), I think the main benefit of the new exhausts is that they are hollowed out at the ends.

 

 

Casting quality is perfect.

 

 

A replacement panel at the front of the fuselage, which doubles as the mount for the engine, is also included in this set.

 

 

Instructions are included.

 

 

Conclusion

 

These are two simple upgrades that will add detail to the exhaust and make painting the canopy easier too.

Thanks to Clear Prop! for the sample


Text and Images Copyright 2021 by Brett Green
Page Created 16 August, 2021
Last updated 17 August, 2021

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