Return to Index  

The first picture tells the story......

November 28 2011 at 4:56 PM
Greg in OK  (Login Greg7AC)
HyperScale Forums
from IP address 98.168.166.253


Response to I vote...

at that piont I would have stuffed it in a box or used it to test paints.

So, brave man, you have done VERY well in repairing that kit.

On the windows try a round toothpic or a bamboo chopstich that you have tapered (not quite to a point) with knife. Then rub the canopy where you don't want the paint. The stiffness of the wood should take off the paint but the hardness of the wood should be too soft to scratch the canopy. Give it a careful try.

Greg in OK

 
 Respond to this message   
Responses


HyperScale's Group Build Guidelines

The objective of this Group Build is to encourage as many modellers as possible to build their kits and share their progress via words and photos on this Forum.

You are welcome to post general construction tips or relevant reference information and photos to this Forum too.

This Group Build will feature WWI Aircraft Kits.

  1. This Group Build will run until 31 December, 2011.

  2. Build as many kits as you like.

  3. Conversions, aftermarket and scratchbuilding are all permitted.

  4. Any markings are acceptable.

  5. Document your progress and do a write-up on your build - where did you have trouble, what improvements did you make, what markings did you choose and why? It would be GREAT if everyone would do a writeup and submit it to HyperScale as a Feature Article.
     

Posting or replying to messages on The Group Build Forum requires visitors to register. If you have not already registered on one of HyperScale's other Forums, you will need to:

  1. First register with Network 54, the Forum provider.Click here to register with Network 54.

  2. Then, you can sign up for HyperScale's forums. Click here to sign up for HyperScale's forums.

Your user name and password will give you full posting privileges to all of HyperScale Forums.

 

free counters