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Jimbles

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About Jimbles

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    Logansport Indiana, United States
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    World War II, Model kits, Computers, Franz Liszt, History

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  1. Hello all, I know this sounds dumb but, can you use oil washes on models painted with Enamel paints? I was thinking if I let the Paint dry for a couple of days, five at most then add multiple coats of Matt cote then the oil wash wouldn't effect the paint? Could this be done? I've looked on the internet and forums for anything concerning oil and I couldn't find anything of use. I know that it sounds like a terrible idea but I really like the look of a oil wash and how much time it gives for fixing mistakes. I just wanted to make sure before I ruin the paint job on my Me-262 B-1/U-1 I'm working on. Any kind of help would be really appreciated, thanks!
  2. Hello all, I know this sounds dumb but, can you use oil washes on models painted with Enamel paints? I was thinking if I let the Paint dry for a couple of days, five at most then add multiple coats of Matt cote then the oil wash wouldn't effect the paint? Could this be done? I've looked on the internet and forums for anything concerning oil and I couldn't find anything of use. I know that it sounds like a terrible idea but I really like the look of a oil wash and how much time it gives for fixing mistakes. I just wanted to make sure before I ruin the paint job on my Me-262 B-1/U-1 I'm working on. Any kind of help would be really appreciated, thanks!
  3. Alrighty, thanks guys for the quick replies, I'll try to fill the seams as best I can after I paint the interior and the crew. Appreciate it!
  4. Guten Tag, I'm quite new to the modeling scene (I've only made two other models); And for my third model, I plan on using the "Tamiya basic type putty" to fill in the gaps to hopefully make it look better. Now, I've never used putty before so I'm looking for the best way to apply putty into a seam. Any suggestions/tips would be appreciated, Grüß Gott.
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