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Michael (skeata)
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Removed rivets and scribed panel lines , Mr service r 1200

 

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This album is attached to project BREWSTER BUFFALO.

Albums: 3 with 14 images
1:72
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1:72 Brewster Buffalo F2A-1 (Airfix A02050)
 

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8. February 2013 at 13:13:45 Share
uncle chop chop Ok good effot, i noticed ur the paint on ur motor looks a bit glugy a tip is to thin ur paint rite down with thinners and brush a line of paint on a peice of paper and u should not be able to see any brush marks keep adding thinners untill u acheave this, this will give a smoth finish like u sprayed the paint on u will need a few coats but the thinners in the paint will dry the paint faster to allwo more coats, as for the underside frame work i would just paint over it then maybe dri brush the frame work will bring out the detail of the frame, im not putting u down just tying to help, keep it up mate.
22. February 2013 at 11:23:43
uncle chop chop Do u know about dry brushing plz just ask if your not shaw im here to help if i can
22. February 2013 at 11:33:26
Michael DON,T LIKE IT oils look to chunky , It's rubbish compered to the quality around you guys and the ob's window that can be redone as well It will look different tomorrow:0
Thank's chop chop no offence taken , I appreciate your advice It's a long road without help
I will need help along the way ,but after i wash this lot away
22. February 2013 at 11:43:06
uncle chop chop cool plane man, are u getten ready for salt chipping?? it will look cool in you got though with it, looking foward to your next pic man
26. February 2013 at 23:20:31
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