Yellow Wing Decals 1/32 P-36A 16th PG Decal First Look
|Date of Review||August 2011||Manufacturer||Yellow Wing Decals|
|Subject||P-36A 16th PG||Scale||1/32|
|Set Number||32021||Pros||Markings for unique color scheme|
|Cons||Nothing noted||Skill Level||Basic|
Yellow-Wing Decals continues to amaze me with their well-researched line of decals. As those of you who've seen previous offerings, the premise of this decal maker was to present decal subjects for primarily US Navy and US Marine Corps aircraft prior to World War II, back when they all wore yellow wings.
As Wayne Tevlin, the owner and researcher will tell you, there are plenty of interesting pre-war subjects out there, but as he goes through the archives, he happens across subjects like this one that are hard to pass up. This set covers a pre-war P-36A Hawk that carries the markings of the group commander for the 16th Pursuit Group.
The aircraft in this set:
- P-36A, unknown, 16P39, 16 PG, Albrook Field, Panama, group commander's aircraft
This set is printed by Microscale and none of the decals require multiple layers (one atop another) to replicate any given marking and each of the decals is in perfect register. It makes you wonder about those other decal companies that do multiple layered decals and blame Microscale...
Yellow Wing Decals can be purchased directly from their website at www.yellow-wingsdecals.com.
My sincere thanks to Yellow Wing Decals for this review sample!