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AMEGB #7, B-314 Clipper. The War Of Fog!

June 23 2012 at 12:13 AM

AP  (Login ADRIANOPANETTA)
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from IP address 24.83.20.145

Had it looking like this. Smoothed out. Masked and primed. It was looking promising. I stuck it on those Airfix stands for kicks. It tilted and a seam parted underneath. No problem. A quick fix. Once that was done I turned it over, and BINGO! Windscreen fogged. A, triple dipped in Future, Windscreen.


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Decals on the windscreen it is. Still needs filler in certain areas. Pressing on.

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This is the third primer pass. Keep finding imperfections, but I'm getting there. Swear the leading edges on those sponsons looked perfect before priming
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This is what's giving me a headache. Trying to get that kink, and the blended area straightened out. Looking at references, I believe the tail maybe a bit short too. Not sure.

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At least the seams on my side project are behaving.

HMS Talent 1/350

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Next to a Svezda, Oscar-II. Same scale. Another putty Queen so far. Insert size matters joke here. And a pun too.
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That all for now. Silver paint soon....I hope.

Cheers AP



    
This message has been edited by ADRIANOPANETTA from IP address 24.83.20.145 on Jun 23, 2012 12:15 AM


 
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