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About chuck314d

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  1. chuck314d

    Brush Painting

    Let me get back to you on that topic. I need to do some more testing.
  2. chuck314d

    Brush Painting

    I like the new Mission Models paints.
  3. chuck314d

    Brush Painting

    Has anyone else ever tried stippling paint onto a models interior parts, i.e. wheel wells, jet intakes, landing legs. ? I have been experimenting with this old technique, mainly with white acrylic model paint which is a pain to brush paint. I find that using thin paint applied with a small flat sable gives acceptable results. No brush marks and more even coverage. Best to let each coat dry for about 30 minutes between coats. Just wanted to share this with you folks. Maybe it is old news.
  4. There has been a "mishap" with this project. It may not get finished anytime soon. Nothing new for me.
  5. These are not the pictures I meant to post but I'm tired of this for now.
  6. I am having nothing but problems with Flickr.
  7. Here are the cockpit and fuselage parts ready to be cemented together.
  8. If I build another Tamiya P-51B, I will just paint the floor black and close up the cockpit.
  9. Here is the nearly finished cockpit.
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