Thunnus Posted September 4, 2022 Author Share Posted September 4, 2022 Thanks guys! I appreciate all of the comments. I have so much respect and admiration for the talented modelers here that I'm amazed that little ole me is building and talking model-building amongst ya'll. Truly an honor! Like it or not, the prop blades are done. I've mounted them onto the hub. It's a tight friction fit, with no need for glue. I may ease a drop of CA glue into the joints for security. The salt fade effect is very subtle and it can appear and disappear, depending on the angle of the perspective. The backs of the blades were given a single dose of salt without any post-Micromeshing so this gives a good example of what an unaltered salt fading application looks like. A closer view of the back of the blades with the offending wood grain tips. With the help of the two hidden magnets, the spinner snaps into place nicely. Jaro, Antonio Argudo, MikeMaben and 26 others 29 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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