- Dec 7, 2011
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Thanks for stopping in Matt!! Mmmm, weathering!! Like dessert of the modeling world!! ;Dnoname said:That is cool. All the extra details add up. look forward to weathering.
Thank you CT!!! Appreciate the kindness!!CTspeedshop said:She's beautiful T!!! ;D
VM, briefly, :, Paint-off (name to be changed soon from what I am told) is similar to most solvents in the sense that it breaks down the acrylic paint with out harming, most times, the painted items around where you are working. In this case, you are referring to the picture that I posted of the bridge windows. I painted the clear plastic windows and then applied small amounts with a tiny brush. The 'Paint Off' dissolves the paint for the most part. A damp brush in starts the dissolving process and a second damp one cleans it up! This was designed for use in cockpits on aircraft modeling as you can remove small amounts of the cover paint to expost the dials, knobs, buttons and whatnot.vintagemodeler said:Tell me more about Paint Off- tried a similar thing with Liquid Mask but it didn't work at all.
Nice pun Adam!! LOL!! Thanks BTW!! Juuuuuust about there!! ;D ;D ;Dadampolo13 said:Dude,
Nice work!!! Coming down to the wire (rigging) on this thing huh? Looks great!