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Pascal

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About Pascal

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    Hooked For Life
  • Birthday 01/16/1970

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Houthalen Belgium
  • Interests
    Modelling, Ferrari, Spitfires

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  1. Very nice paintjob. Sincerely Pascal
  2. Another stunning model Chuck ! Thank you for explaining in detail HOW you do things. Your builds are an inspiration and are great tutorials. If you ever want to combine them in a book, a nice title would be "Scale model aircraft Chucked Up A Notch" Sincerely Pascal
  3. GT-resin is no longer listed in the forum sponsors section, did I miss something ? I hope he hasn't stopped making his products. Sincerely Pascal
  4. Good to see Inky back home and recovering.
  5. Plastic will always be there. It will be used to enhance models. Not models with wings, but they will come in several scales / sizes (B, C, D, DD). The basic model will be in the early 20's, and there will always be plenty of aftermarket products to enhance landing gear, bumpers, food inlets and rear ends.
  6. The catapult is scratchbuild. Verry nice work Ferry.
  7. Been a while. I've tried a different type of resin from the brand Resion. This hardens in 90 minutes, instead of 7 days for the other resin that I used. Sofar I've casted 9 bodies, 4 with the clear resin, 5 with the white. These are 4 of the white bodies, the one on the left didn't come out well, cause I left the mixture harden to long : The white resin give a much smoother result then the clear resin : There's still a lot of refining to be done : But I'm having tons of fun experimenting with resin and that's the most important thing. Sincerely Pascal
  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZIBjXz3Cqs
  9. I just imagine a couple of 1/32 black hornets on my workbench... pretty sure the misses is gonna ask me : "Are you building insects now ?"
  10. Another hero that has come home. Thank you for your sacrifice Col Knight. You will not be forgotten. Rest in peace. Blue skies.
  11. Been busy this weekend making the mould. First part of the mould : Second part : And the first test shot : I'm quite pleased with the result. There's very few air bubbles and most of the details are present on the test shot. Before I cast a second shot, I'll do some clean up on the mould cause there's a couple of spots were the rubber has formed 2 layers in stead of one. The mould could have been a bit wider, I'll take that into account for a next mould. I took out the first test shot (after 24 hrs) before the resin had fully cured. According to the instructions the resin is fully cured in 7 days (!) Should be able to cast the second shot on thursday or friday, will take photos of all angles when the resin has fully cured. Sincerely Pascal
  12. Been busy this weekend making the mould. First part of the mould : Second part : And the first test shot : I'm quite pleased with the result. There's very few air bubbles and most of the details are present on the test shot. Before I cast a second shot, I'll do some clean up on the mould cause there's a couple of spots were the rubber has formed 2 layers in stead of one. The mould could have been a bit wider, I'll take that into account for a next mould. I took out the first test shot (after 24 hrs) before the resin had fully cured. According to the instructions the resin is fully cured in 7 days (!) Should be able to cast the second shot on thursday or friday, will take photos of all angles when the resin has fully cured. Sincerely Pascal
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