IJN Battlecruiser Hiei 1915 Masking Seal

KAJIKA 1/700 IJN Battlecruiser Hiei 1915 Masking Seal




Battlecruiser Hiei was a warship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War I and World War II. Designed by British naval architect George Thurston, she was the second launched of four Kongō-classbattlecruisers, among the most heavily armed ships in any navy when built. Laid down in 1911 at the Yokosuka Naval Arsenal, Hiei was formally commissioned in 1914. She patrolled off the Chinese coast on several occasions during World War I, and helped with rescue efforts following the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake.



Together with the wooden deck, Kajika released a set of paint masks, for modellers who prefer to paint the decks, with a deck tan color, and avoid the difficult process of applying the self-adhesive wooden deck.



Ιn the kabuki self-adhesive sheet are contained 23 parts for all decks, to paint the embossed parts with the ship colour, with airbrush or brush, is your choice.


- Instruction Sheet -


Ιf you do not want to use the wood for the decks of ship, this set of paint masks it is easier to use with the corresponding result of course of the painted deck and the actual wood which is more true.
Thank to Kajika to provide us this sample.
Highly recommend!!!

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