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  • Birthday 11/08/1984

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    Alabama, USA

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  1. On the topic of thick Tamiya kit decals, this is the kit decal from the 1/32 Tamiya A6M5 built almost 10 years ago (in my heavy shading days haha) applied with just MicroSet and several applications of Solvaset. I sliced the panel lines with a #11 blade and poked some of the rivet holes with a needle point, but other than that it was purely the Solvaset. Even being a thick Tamiya decal, all the surface detail is visible and the carrier film is all but invisible. That being said, I would definitely go with HGW's wet transfer stencils as Nick mentioned - fantastic stuff and no carrier film - set #232012
  2. Lovely paint work! Interesting interpretation that only the upper cowl was differently colored instead of the whole "power egg"
  3. This one has been a long time coming, glad to see it completed. Fantastic work!
  4. Very nice! Love the camo work and subtle weathering
  5. This one has been a long time coming, and I've been following from the beginning. Look forward to an update!
  6. Wow Brian, looking good! I haven't been very active on the forums so I haven't seen your work in a while, hope you are doing well!
  7. Not my build, I was just quoting the build info listed in Artur's link. I haven't gotten around to building my "Blue 12" yet
  8. Excellent work, Frank! Your stuff just gets better and better
  9. Absolutely spectacular work, David! I look forward to reading the conclusion in AIR Modeller
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