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Jon Bryon

Hasegawa 1/48 Douglas A-4L Skyhawk

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Excellent job nice its not over weathered can't wait to see the rest …...

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That really is top notch modelling. The photography isn't too shabby either!

 

 

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Wow! Beautifully done! The markings are great, and your paint and finishing is perfect. I have a few of those kits buried in my stash somewhere, and after seeing yours, I think that I need to go dig one out!

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@Jon Bryon what lead you to also 

applying  Daco Red over the top of the Mr Setter 

I have just read your decal application process on your website. Was not the Mr Setter alone enough? 
regards

Bruce 

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3 minutes ago, pacificmustang said:

@Jon Bryon what lead you to also 

applying  Daco Red over the top of the Mr Setter 

I have just read your decal application process on your website. Was not the Mr Setter alone enough? 
regards

Bruce 

Mr Setter got me most of the way there.

 

This is Mr Setter alone:

 

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This is after the Daco Red was added:

 

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The Cartograf decals I've been using recently are a little stiffer than the Microscale ones mainly pictured in my article, so a little Daco Red will help them melt into the detail a bit more. I still place the decal in a pool of Mr Setter and never use a cotton bud/Q-tip to press the decal down or wick away any fluid, so my basic method is unchanged save for the addition of some Daco Red brushed on top once the Mr Setter has evaporated.

 

Jon

 

 

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I'm really digging that baby blue color scheme. You did a great job on it!

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Simply stunning, one of the best I’ve seen, great job.

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