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Quickie WIP: COBRA II this 1/48 Hasegawa kit has

June 26 2012 at 11:37 PM
Pat Donahue  (Login pat9d)
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decals which seem to be new generation decals, which are fabulous, thin opaque and settle in with no need of setting solutions, fit over curves very well. Simply dip in hot water, apply then "squeegee" them down with a moist Q tip. The decals were applied over a semi gloss yellow enamel base coat , no silvering. They are totally unlike the older Hasegawa decals. Control surfaces are painted all other black markings are the Hasegawa decals.
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Darren Tamanaha
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That looks awesome. Been on the fence on buying one.

June 26 2012, 11:50 PM 

How was the cooler under the belly? Looked good? Awesome job on the Yellow. I know its a hard color to lay down. Thanks, Darren

 
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Pat Donahue
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Darren check your e-mail, Pat

June 27 2012, 12:05 AM 


 
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Darren Tamanaha
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Thanks Pat. Will do, as soon as I get back home :)

June 27 2012, 2:47 AM 

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bob mack
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beautiful job...shame you never see them at air shows

June 27 2012, 2:51 PM 



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David Carter
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Looks great , how did you...

July 1 2012, 5:13 PM 

It looks great, how did you do the reinforcement on the rear fuselage? Is that something that comes in the kit or did you do it yourself? Thank you

 
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