Toy soldiers, wargames and modelling madness.
Masking and stripes are two things I've never done well.You're a braver man than I.Cheers,Pete.
I find an undercoat of Humbrol white is necessary for yellow.
PeteBraver? Surely not. More stupid perhaps...
Wg Cdr LudditeThat thought crossed my mind as I was applying the second coat of yellow...
I now use frog tape for stripe masking, on the one evening per annum I permit such a task - it's a sort of annual punishment, like eating parsnips. Nice sea hawk though - you do gather some eclectic painting subjects! AlwYs fun to read about them.
I love this early jet age material in general, my two favorite models in my possession are a pair of Vampires . This project looks to be turning out well stripes and all!
Ken HNothing at all like eating parsnips. Surely you mean sprouts?
Don MVampires? No, I don’t like fantasy games.....
Ha ha, I'm quite partial to a sprout. I wonder if anyone has devised a vegetable based wargame! Probably not I'm guessing, frustrated by too many a pea sers! (Sorry!)
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