Modern RAF Vol.4 Set (Blue Line Acrylic) Hataka BS85
BLUE LINE – OPTIMISED FOR BRUSH
Standard colours of RAF aerobatic and test aircraft since 1950s
The Royal Air Force is world-famous not only due to it’s combat achievements, but also thanks to supreme quality of it’s aerobatic / display teams. Since 1950s the most important teams included: The Black Arrows (formed in 1956, the RAF’s premier team until 1961, flying Hawker Hunter), The Yellowjacks (formed in RAF Valley in 1963, existed till 1965, flying Folland Gnat) and the famous Red Arrows (officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, formed in late 1964 at RAF Fairford, part of the Central Flying School, flying Folland Gnat till 1979, since then BAe Hawk T1). Apart from the colours used by the above mentioned teams, this paint set also covers the unique „Raspberry Ripple” livery of British test aircraft flown by ETPS, A&AEE and RAE.
Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):
HTK-B100 – Jet Black / Night – Exact match with BS381C:642, overall colour of Hunters of RAF Black Arrows aerobatic team (No. 111 Squadron RAF)
HTK-B290 – BS Lemon Yellow – BS381C:355, overall colour of Folland Gnats of RAF Yellowjacks aerobatic team, part of No 4 Flying Training School
HTK-B291 – BS Cherry Red – BS381C:538, also called Post Office Red or Roundel Red. Overall colour of Folland Gnats of Red Arrows (until 1979)
HTK-B276 – BS Signal Red – BS381C:537, current Red Arrows colour. Also used for fuselage stripes, tail and wingtips in „Raspberry Ripple” livery
HTK-B101 – Traffic White – Used for upper body and wings in so-called „Raspberry Ripple” livery of British test aircraft of ETPS, A&AEE and RAE
HTK-B292 – BS Oxford Blue – BS381C:105, used for lower fuselage in „Raspberry Ripple” painting of British test aircraft of ETPS, A&AEE and RAE
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