Ken, I was referring to the MiG-31/25/27/23/21 type (model is a Mig-23 MLD),
as opposed to earlier Mig 17/19 etc., and later Su-27, MiG-29, Su-25 types,
therefore the "Blue/Green" call out. I had a bottle of the Red Paint, went bad a
> > Any suggestions on what color to use for modern Russian aircraft interior Blue/Green? I know Xtracolor makes it, but
> > have not mastered the drying time thing and not sure how it is to hand brush. Any other companies, I though Testors did,
> > but could not find it. If no commercial color, any suggestions on a color/brand/mixing ratio?
> > Thanks
> > Jim Barr
> Not sure what you mean by 'modern blue/green' ???
> All the 'modern' Russian a/c I have seen have a pale blue/grey***pit interior - Su-27, MiG-29, Su-25, Tu-160 etc.
> I use the German underside colour - Helblau - with a touch of grey added for this.
> See the real things at :- (Su-27's) http://www.FoundCollection.com/;or
> (Su-25) http://www.FoundCollection.com/(Tu-160) http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> If you mean the earlier bright turquoise/green colour as seen on the MiG-31/25/27/23/21 then there are a couple of companies
> that do a matching colour. I use an old bottle from a company called 'Red Paint' - unfortunately no longer available.
> No doubt other posters will help here.......
> Ken Duffey - Flanker Freak & Russian Aviation Enthusiast
> Flankers Website - http://www.FoundCollection.com/