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Scale32

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  1. Love the D9 one of my faves. Following along cockpit and engine plug look suitably busy, great work so far. Cheers Bevan
  2. Nailed the black and the fine chipping looks very convincing, well done. Cheers Bevan
  3. Epic build, love every aspect of it. I thought the whole wing was puttied from factory? I really like the look of the wings in particular. Cheers Bevan
  4. Pretty damn good stuff! Cheers Bevan
  5. Fair enough mate. I always put one or two in and get free entry for the whole weekend but then again I only live 25 minutes down the road it's a little too convenient. Same as my local hobby shop I could walk there if I wasn't so lazy..... Cheers Bevan
  6. Expo is in 2 weeks ya better get ya skates on....... only kidding! Cheers Bevan
  7. Well done Kev! I built the Rev P51 Desert Rat scheme and completely shied away from the checkered nose decals after putting them on and finding they weren't going to fit. Should really look into being able to make masks! Cheers Bevan
  8. "Nothing to see here"! Good save. Cheers Bevan
  9. Will be a pleasure painting that cockpit John, bring out all that sublime detail. Cheers Bevan
  10. Absolutely beautiful work! How did you pull off the squiggly camo pattern it's so fine and with hardly any overspray! Cheers Bevan
  11. Love it, what colour did you use for the green stripes? Cheers Bevan
  12. Love the nmf Duke. I don't think the wheel wells were painted if the wings weren't. Cheers Bevan
  13. Absolutely stunning! Nuff said! Cheers Bevan
  14. Nice work John! I'll be interested in how the chipping goes. Are the mister colour range lacquer like AK? I found lacquer to be a bit "brittle" and came off in flakes rather than water soluble acrylics like Tamiya almost washing off if that makes sense! Cheers Bevan
  15. Sounds like a plan mate hope it goes smoothly Cheers Bevan
  16. Great detail on the EE tail wheel assembly but got to wonder how strong it actually is.... good tip on thinning the opening. Cheers Bevan
  17. I just re read your post Kev, after I rub the decal I apply another gloss coat and without rubbing it apply the flat coat directly over it. Or keep repeating the first step until the edge has disappeared. I agree that something more sturdy needs to be employed. Cheers Bevan
  18. Kev, try applying another coat of gloss clear to seal the decal. Then flat coat I think you'll have less dramas but then again decals have a mind of their own! Cheers Bevan
  19. I used oven cleaner on a 109 k4 that had eaglecals decals on it. The most stubborn areas were where the main markings were, it basically wouldn't remove them...... in the bin she went! Cheers Bevan
  20. Probably a reaction with the fresh paint edge and a little heavy handed. The fresh solvent will lift it. Hth cheers Bevan
  21. Love the weathering on this one a job well done. Cheers Bevan
  22. Ooh I'm getting excited to see paint! Cheers Bevan
  23. Looking forward to more updates soon. Beautiful work so far. Cheers Bevan
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