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About dodgem37

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    Canopy Polisher
  • Birthday 06/24/1952

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  1. John, You are one steely eyed missle man. Thanks for a great show. And I do mean great. I try to not miss your posts as they are truly informative. You never cease to amaze me with your problem-solving techniques and solutions. Outstanding effort. Outstanding job. Many thanks. Sincerely, Mark
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  3. Forget the shorts. We want a bikini! At most! Great build Chuck. As have been all of your previous builds. Very high in entertainment value. I for one always look forward to your postings. Thanks for sharing. Sincerely, Mark
  4. Very nice work. Tell me about the brown to the rear of the cockpit. Did the aircraft have wood panelling? Thank you. Sincerely, Mark
  5. I don't know how I missed this posting. Great job! Who makes that pen you're using? Thanks in advance. Sincerely, Mark
  6. Datahiker, Another method I've seen is after one sprays a basecoat, spray certain areas (panels) white (or whatever color influence you want to impart). Good luck. Sincerely, Mark
  7. Datahiker, I fade all of my exterior colors. I add 1 part white to 5 parts color. This results in an 80% tint of the hue (the color directly out of the bottle). If you want to illustrate a tinted (faded) area within a hue area there are other approaches, which I use. 1-spray area the hue color and over spray with the tint. 2-spray the area the tint and overspray with the hue. 3-spray tint only without hue. 4-place a dot, or dots, of the hue/tint or any hue/tint (I use the end of a paint brush dipped into the cap) on the tint/hue and after wetting a paint brush with a thinning agent (th
  8. Ken, What 'mark' FW 190 is Red One in your Defence of the Reich banner? Thank you. Sincerely, Mark
  9. Monster effort, John! A real tutorial on how to problem-solve. You have a just a fantastic skill-set. Many thanks for sharing and showing us all how to do-it-ourselves. Sincerely, Mark
  10. Thank you very much Pete! As always, I admire your work, skill, and your sharing nature. I have something to share with you and your peers. To me, you, John W., and there are others here and on other boards who remind me of the Mercedes Benz. Every year when their new cars come out I think Wow! How can they top that design? But every year they seem to do so. The work you and your peers do and share on this and other forums is like that to me. Wow! How can they top that? But with each succeeding effort, they do. Many thanks to all of you who share and inspire the rest of us with your
  11. Pete, In the photo below, the demarcation line is deeper in color than the body of the camouflage. Each time I see this technique posted I am curious as to how it's done, and, would like to try it out. Could you tell me your technique to make the demarcation line deeper in color than the camouflage body. Thank you. Sincerely, Mark
  12. John, I've got to tell you, every addition to this edition is simply more amazing to me than the previous. You are putting on a truly incredible show of talent. Many, many thanks for sharing. Sincerely, Mark
  13. It's good to see you back, Pete. I feel like I've gone thru a dry spell without seeing your work. I always look forward to the learning your problem-solving skills afford and marvelling at your efforts. Many thanks. Sincerely, Mark
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