I used the DRAW decal for JAL instead of the kit decal.
Since the DRW decal is a single decal on the entire surface, it needs to be pasted while being cut out. Furthermore, it is quite easy to cut, so I applied it after applying a liquid decal film. The mark softer doesn’t work well, so it was a little difficult to get it to stick.
Almost all I could use was the Pan Am mark. I decided to paint the blue band and touch up the windows with DRAW decals, but the problem is the airline notation. Of course, it is not included in the DRAW decal. It seemed that DRAW decals for DC-10 could be used, but I could not find any stock other than a site that looked like a fishing site.
To make matters worse, Pan Am’s font is unique. Since it is difficult to make a copy of the decal with document software, I made the decal by myself from the image data of the font that seems to be.
I cut and pasted this letter by letter.
It was quite a difficult journey, but I completed the decals for the time being.