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Old 01-10-2009, 02:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Red face Delta Express Power Puff B732 and Australian B763

Finished two projects....any feedback and advise is more than welcome!!!!!
I need a hand with priming ,how do you guys prime the model before you paint it?What you use and how you do it?
How you mask of an area to paint a curve?
An finally how you can manipulate decals which are old and tend to disintegrate?

Hasegawa kit Guido Decals Delta Express B732 N310DA




Tomy kit Draw Decal decals Australian B763 VH-OGJ





Thanks in advance for your help ,and hope you like them !

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Breathtaking work Bill, please post more
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Nice job on the Australian Airlines
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Hasegawa kit Guido Decals Delta Express B732 N310DA


This one is one of my next project. I have this model in 1/400 and I'm thinking of having it i n1/200 and 1/100 because the livery is cute.

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Finished two projects....any feedback and advise is more than welcome!!!!!
I need a hand with priming ,how do you guys prime the model before you paint it?What you use and how you do it?
How you mask of an area to paint a curve?
An finally how you can manipulate decals which are old and tend to disintegrate?
Bill,

Very nicely done on both. As to your questions, respectively: gray or brown krylon indoor/outdoor primer in a spray can. Cut thin slices, apply, eyeball, remove and reapply, eyeball, repeat. Spray a clearcoat on the decal sheet before cutting.
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Old 01-11-2009, 08:22 PM   #6 (permalink)
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wow!!! they both look great! what scale are they? 1/200????
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I spot some triangle thing at Blossom's eye, is that a paper leftover?

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I spot some triangle thing at Blossom's eye, is that a paper leftover?

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You are correct i noticed after i posted the pictures ,its away now....
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Very nicely done on both. As to your questions, respectively: gray or brown krylon indoor/outdoor primer in a spray can. Cut thin slices, apply, eyeball, remove and reapply, eyeball, repeat. Spray a clearcoat on the decal sheet before cutting.

Andy thanks for the reply your work and Brad's is an inspiration to me!

For the decals as i had up to now 3 projects ruined due to disintegrating decals would Microscale Liquid Decal Film work with this?

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