Very few people use that late test version. That makes it stand out from everyone else's V2's, and you did a good job of it.
The Germans probably did the same - by that point in the war they were running short of all sorts of things! It's certainly well painted, and if you hadn't owned up, nobody would have known that you didn't use genuine German army colours.I must confess that I cheated. :blush: Rather than choosing an "exact" paint scheme, I looked at what paints I had, and compared then to various on-line color guides to German WW2 V-2 camouflage. And came up with what you see.
I apply glue to the fin, then attach it to the body. While holding the fin in place, I wipe along the edge of the fin/body with a paper towel, or a Q-tip, or my finger (depending on the size of the rocket, and the type of glue).What did you use for the fin fillets?