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Scale32 last won the day on March 8 2017

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  1. You will have to leave it on for a while and may need another application.....just keep your eye on it. Decals are stubborn to get off. Cheers Bevan
  2. Now that makes it a lot easier, if you made a boo boo you just erase it.
  3. No worries Richard, one man's question can lead to a whole bunch of us learning something new. Cheers Bevan
  4. Looks great Ryan if you didn't know any better you'd think you used washes! Cheers Bevan
  5. Sounds like a good technique. I used some 5000 grit for the same purpose on the wings. The fuselage I managed to get the wash into the panel lines but instead of wiping of with a solvent I used said 5000 to rub it off worked out well. Cheers Bevan
  6. Hi Brian, 2h is pretty light but the lead is hard where as 6b is pretty dark and the lead is pretty soft. I think hb is a pretty standard "in the middle" lead. I used it in a mechanical pencil last night with some success. Cheers Bevan
  7. Ive got a few ideas up my sleeve. I was really just curious as to what other people would do in this situation. Thanks Richard for the feedback, much appreciated and yes night fighters are pretty cool. Btw I'm doing red 12 from the kit decal option
  8. Thanks Richard, I know they were puttied most of the time but I just need something to break up the camo. A bit of visual interest. Cheers Bevan
  9. What to do after you realise that some of them are way to shallow to hold a wash but you've already painted, decaled and sealed with a coat of clear. Sharpened pencils? Thoughts? Cheers Bevan
  10. I use Tamiya' x22 on everything...... No probs. Cheers Bevan
  11. Looks great. The mottling looks really effective! Cheers Bevan
  12. Wow looks really good. Cheers Bevan
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