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Prop Duster

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    Building the perfect model --- just not yet---sigh

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    the foggy desert of SoCal
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    My wife, my critters, modeling WWII US aircraft or anything else

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  1. maybe following the original way to create the color, add just a speck of black to your yellow until you like what you see?
  2. Great Job and welcome to the forum
  3. Also to authentiate the guns were fired. I beleive that a red covering of paper? cloth? was usually used FWIR
  4. Happy New Year, Thanks for the message and I still like how you pulled this one off. Your hard work paid big dividends. πŸ‘
  5. OH NO the picture link is brok
  6. Buttin' in again. The alcohol can be thought of as version of "ribbing alcohol" . Though technically not exactly the same . The percent may vary (i.e. 50% 75% 90% ) the higher the number the more alcohol vs the distilled water in the bottle. Regardless, alcohol on your hands for the time it takes to wash your resin, could certainly remove all the oils from your hands-ouch . So "rubber"/vinyl gloves are recommended. Use in a ventilated area or open a window etc. just to keep the fumes at a reasonable level. Strongly suggest you do not do the "parts washing " in the area in front of your ga
  7. Sorry no clue from here. But I agree with you that the smell should be explained and your caution is well founded.
  8. Thanks for that explanation. The diagram really helps get the point over.
  9. Sorry for the delay answering but wanted to Thank You πŸ‘for the suggestions
  10. Well at the end pf the build it is still your model. So unless you need a "dead on accurate" model of a Typhoon for some historically accurate display, at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Then let your personal preferences (or the kids) be your guide
  11. This is just another way the Quality modeler displays the art of his craft. The repair of damage so as to be invisible to the average person. p.s. looks like your on your way back πŸ‘
  12. Scale mates has no joy either, looks like a one off. Hay maybe you'll start a trend and people will clammier on your door to buy it from you and you 'll get rich...….OK 'probly not 😁
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