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Prototype decals
Fantasy printshop prototype 'P' Decals
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by: Dave Oliver [ ISHERMAN ]

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Providing an unusual but certainly useful set of decals, Fantasy Print Shop have just released this set of 1/32 scale 'P' prototype roundels suitable for most WW2 and post war British subjects.

The sheet consists of 12 individual decals, divided up into 6 roundels representing what would be a 36 inch marking in 1:1 scale and 6, 30 inch markings. There are two different styles of letter contained in the set, a more rounded P and a squared off version, perhaps more suited to post war subjects.

The sheet itself is nicely laid out with enough space to easily trim each of the individual decals without accidentally cutting across another. As this is effectively an 'out the box' review, I cant vouch for how well they perform on an actual model, but I have it on good authority that most Fantasy Print Shop decals are easy to apply with a minimum of fuss. All in all this looks like a well laid out sheet that could provide a useful addition to any R.A.F prototype build.

Highs: Well printed with a scale marking for each different group. intelligently laid out sheet.
Lows: None to speak off
Verdict: All in all this looks like a well laid out sheet that could provide a useful addition to any R.A.F prototype build or captured German subject.
  Scale: 1:32
  Mfg. ID: FP806
  Suggested Retail: 2.95
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  PUBLISHED: Dec 24, 2013
  NATIONALITY: United Kingdom

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About Dave Oliver (Isherman)

Dave started modelling after receiving a 1/144 Brewster buffalo as a Christmas present at the age of 6. he carried on modelling into his teens until life got in the way, resuming the hobby about 4 years ago. He builds armour, aircraft and sci-fi subjects.

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