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iflabs

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  1. Have a few kits for sale, described below. Prices do not include shipping. Revell 1/48 F-15E - Sealed in box - $12 Academy 1/48 F-16 A/C - Opened but parts sealed - $10 Dragon 1/144 Jolly Rogers Memorial Flight F-14B & F/A-18F - Opened but parts sealed - $15 Decals from these kits only: Revell 1/48 F/A-18E - $2 Hasegawa Eggplane F-15 - $2 Academy 1/144 F-16 - $1 Academy 1/144 F-15 - $1 Payments: Paypal + fees, money orders, checks.
  2. I've decided it is one or the other for an airbrush. I'm completely new to airbrushing. The only difference I've found so far between the two is needle size, .35mm for the former and .5mm for the latter. I will be mostly painting 1/48, 1/72, and occasional 1/144 aircrafts. Would I benefit from the CS or should I save and buy the CR version?
  3. So I have extra decals from various kits just laying around. Are they suitable for applying to misc items like laptops, desks, and whatnot? Is there anyway to prevent these decals from chipping from abuse?
  4. Looks like one of the best techniques I've heard so far. Anyone else want to chive in with experience?
  5. How would you go about painting crevices between the spokes of the wheels?
  6. Is regular super glue any good? I just started "seriously" modeling and didn't want to break the bank so I used a nice thick layer of Duro super glue on the fusalage seam. Tried sanding it with 600 grit and some panel lines are slowlying disappearing.
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