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well you did it and I blame you (lol)  :D

bought the old Revell japan kit of this.

 

You don't happen to have the other IP (raised detail) you'd be willing to part with would ya?

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well you did it and I blame you (lol)  :D

bought the old Revell japan kit of this.

 

You don't happen to have the other IP (raised detail) you'd be willing to part with would ya?

 

The instrument panel had the raised detail filed off so i could apply the decal, so i don't have a spare. I do have a whole bunch of decals i'll never used that you can have. PM me if your interested.

 

Don

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You finished before I started Don! Great build and a very realistic professional finish, well done. Your chipping technique is like applying Maskol, that's rubber based too and works effectively with, as you mentioned, lots of control about where and how heavily to apply it. Maskol's advantage is that it's a rather lurid pink so you can definitely see where you've put it!

Max

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Never tried the Maskol, did see it in the hobby shops. It being pink would really help. On this build i decanted some glue into a bottle and mixed some Tamiya black in, making it clearly visible. I did google "rubber cement mask" and it seems water color artists, armour and railroad hobbiest use it. Once again everyone EXPERIMENT with your favorite brand and base of paint BEFORE committing to your build!! I found Tamiya acrylic works ok, but Model Master Acryl was a bear to remove. Max, i might try the Maskol, if it is more consistent i may switch over. Thanks!!

 

Don

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