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Building the Hun and using a set of Cutting Edge Decals that call for the bird to be painted in silver lacquer--any suggestions on a good paint for this color?

 

TIA,

Brian

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Building the Hun and using a set of Cutting Edge Decals that call for the bird to be painted in silver lacquer--any suggestions on a good paint for this color?

 

TIA,

Brian

HI Not sure if this is what your after but the Floqual railroad paints are lacquer and they have several silver colors ( Bright Silver, Old Silver and Platinum) are three that come to mind.

 

Texas :P :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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also look at Matting down those area supposed to be silver laquer finished , my research showed that the laquer paint on the real aircraft weathered to almost an almost matt finish - ad thqat makes a nice contrast to the weathered titanium sections at the rear of the fusalage

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Silver lacquer on a Hun? Where?

What Attila's wife used to say when she called him for dinner?? HUN! HUN! :lol: :rolleyes: but l doubt she put silver lacquer on him (couldnt resist :) )

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What Attila's wife used to say when she called him for dinner?? HUN! HUN! :huh: :lol: but l doubt she put silver lacquer on him (couldnt resist :P )

HI No I thank she got him to drink it if memory serves me right. Then she sold off his model collection and moved to the south of France. LOL

 

Texas :huh: :P :lol:

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