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Morning all.......this will be the next project.....my first British AFV since a Cromwell back in the 70's. The kit itself should be with me in a week or so, as I picked it up from a seller in China free shipping for £20....thought it not a bad deal. Decided on the Voyager PE upgrade set, minus the fenders. I'll thin the kit fenders down where necessary; but it'll be muddied up so may not be an issue in the end; and of course Friuls. Well. Once the kit arrives it'll be a few day's drawing and writing up a plan and sequence of attack on this one. Until then, all the best......
Hi Pals, I am assembling my first tracks for a 1/35 model, and once completed, I decided to try to rust them with a liquid for that purpose. I have the blue MIG fluid for that, and I have been able to see on the bottle "Product licensed by USCHI VON DER ROSTEN", so I guess it's the same product with different name... Once submerged, I see that the tone they give is a dark metal, less depending on the time or quantity of product poured into the vessel. That is, the rusty brown tone (so pretty for us), we see in some models, I can not.achieve it That's why I do not know if: 1.- It is impossible with this product. 2.- I'm doing something wrong. 3.- It is normal, then you have to make them weathering to give that rusty tone, with suitable pigments or enamels. I would greatly appreciate some help in this regard. Many thx and best regards for all