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Av8fan

Flory wash via airbrush

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This is new to me, and I did not even think to try the airbrush till I saw the thread by SCAPILOT.

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That's interesting. Might be time to dig out a "test" kit and try it out. My experience with his washes is that it will come out very dirty. It is simple enough to rub off on larger areas, but the little bits are going to have a lot of wash left around them. Still, will be fun to give it a try. Thanks for the link.

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Been using the Flory washes for a few years, and this is the 1st time I've seen this technique with a air brush. The major advantage is that you actually apply less, so it's easier to remove and get the effect you're looking for. With a brush it does require a greater effort to remove the excess. Going to give it a try on my next build.

Joel

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Sprue Brothers stock them in the US.

Thats where I ordered them .Great service . Fast shipping

Rick

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Been using the Flory washes for a few years, and this is the 1st time I've seen this technique with a air brush. The major advantage is that you actually apply less, so it's easier to remove and get the effect you're looking for. With a brush it does require a greater effort to remove the excess. Going to give it a try on my next build.

Joel

yup... me too... the SdKfz 222 and the Tunisian villa will be good candidates...

should be getting my sprue bros box today!

thanks for the info guys!

TB

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