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Well, following Dave's logic, you could glue individual..

May 16 2017 at 4:08 PM
Graham Mansell  (Login GMansell)
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Response to A new camo pattern to try out.

...oat meal flakes along rows drawn on the model in pencil then paint once dried, kinda like shingling a house?????
But seriously folks, I have thought about this since we (Canada) employed this on our Leopards in the 'Stan. I contemplated making a punch from brass tubing that looked like a pan flute, several tubes together side by side. This nefarious plan involved cutting out very thin paper to fit the models different facets, then punching the holes (which are semi-circles) and gluing the paper to the model once punched out!? This plan is still in a slow cooker so no trials have been accomplished, but it still gets thought of every time I see one of my Leopard kits!!

 
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  1. Possible. - Dave Rhodes on May 16, 2017, 5:50 PM
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