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F4U progress

June 18 2009 at 4:27 AM

Ryan  (Login Rhino1980)
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Hey all, here is a progress shot after I wrestled with thick, brittle decals all afternoon. It all came together OK. Tomorrow I will do the l/gear, prop and drop tank. The following day I will wash it and paint and add the canopy and antenna. What do you all think about a grey wash on the dark blue instead of a black wash?
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Tom Knapp
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Lookin' nice Ryan!

June 19 2009, 5:05 PM 

I can relate to your decal struggles. I've been half heartedly lookin' for aftermarket decals after two different decal nightmares with Hasagawa kit stuff lately. Never had a problem with Tamiya but mine's an old kit too. We'll see. Your Corsair's paint is lookin cool. Keep up the good work. Tom

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