The rear doors minus all that masking. The light cream paint shows up very 'buttery' in the lighting of the paintshop but I am assured that it won't be so in natural light... you can just glimpse the design I prepared for the livery taped to the side of the boat in the bottom right hand corner.
The whole side has been given a blast of cream paint even though it is only being used as a panel colour.
The masking of the name panels begins. These panels will have a border of primer in readiness for the scumble borders and sign writing that will be done by Dave Moore.
The 'mustard' - polite description of the colour - primer now applied and the rest of the boat wrapped up like a brown paper parcel.