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About dragonlanceHR

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  1. Classic Tamiya is alcohol based and very versatile. For best adhesion, use levelling lacquer thinner. They also work thinned with original thinner, isoprophyl alcohol, cheap vodka, cooking stove fuel, glass cleaner and for washable/chipping effects use plain water with few drops of rubbing alcohol, then chip with a stiff bristled brush.
  2. Alclad Aquagloss was made for what you want. Vedran
  3. You are right, SH kit was first released as Flying Machines torpedo version, according to Scalemates. CA is a different kit.
  4. I'd venture to say that SH made the G.55 for CA, so the canopy should fit the SH kit. Cheers, Vedran
  5. Use one of those sticky pencils. I find that in this case the tweezers are just tiny, hand held catapults.
  6. Say, old chap, why are the S-49 drawings below the Junkers? Are you working on a kit? Cheers, Vedran
  7. Rivets are a case of "damned if you do, damned if you don't". Can't really blame any manufacturer for omitting them.
  8. Slightly better than Eduard IMO. Like Airfix, it avoids the seam on the underbelly radiator housing.
  9. I have almost all of them. Personally, Meng is the best if you just want a P-51D. Eduard is close second, slightly cheaper and with more options but the new Eduard printed decals are meh. Airfix is a let down in the wheel well department (it matters to me) and not significantly cheaper than the Eduard where I live. Tamiya is a bit fat in profile, I don't remember if ICM fixed this or not as I sold mine off, Hasegawa has a too skinny nose, old Monogram nose and spinner are misproportioned. But as they say, it's your money and your mileage may vary. Luckily we have multiple choices in what is really a golden age for 1/48 scale. Best regards, Vedran
  10. Meteors and F-5's. Not sure about the Vampire/Venoms.
  11. If you can afford it, Proxxon. They have two sizes. Cherrs, Vedran
  12. Kampartiger, No problems, pm me for details. Cheers, Vedran
  13. Well, there are several Polish and Ukrainian manufacturers that could do a decent tooling job for HAD. That would be a preorder/crowdfunding I would gladly join. Cheers, Vedran
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