Hans Claes from Belgium, member of Modelbouw Vereniging Leopoldsburg, supplied the following photo report of his Dragon Me 163S. Hans wrote earlier to inquire whether any photos of German Me 163S's existed, but I did not know of any. Therefore Hans had to use his own imagination to come up with a generic German camouflage. He decided for a heavily mottled fuselage with solid-colored wings, a scheme used on many B's.
The pilot boarding the front cockpit is straight from the kit, the rear pilot however xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
A right side view, showing the camouflage and markings to good advantage (note the 13. or 14. Staffel badge). Just visible is the armband worn by the boarding pilot, a very nice detail. For more details see the pilot clothing page.