Dick,Boots,Paul and Jeff many thanks for the thumbs up!! I got a fair bit of weathering done yesterday and today. Undecided how to proceed now. I am leaning towards just a fuselage with undercarriage fitted and nowt else. more like a modern restoration of a barn find. Cobwebs coming tomorrow. And all the nail/screw holes!!!!!!!!! that's going to be nearly as bad as doing all those rivets a couple of years ago
the tailplane will be finished and the engine will be left out. more pondering I think
thanks for having a goz!!! bill
Last Edit: Dec 12, 2017 15:35:07 GMT by The Kernel
you have a good memory Paul, yep it's not a spider, I do have a pet spider but he doesn't web-to-order!! The Revell matt varnish when thinned with the thinner I bought on a whim at Aldi,cos it was cheap, causes the spider web effect when airbrushed on low pressure. it behaves like candy floss and forms filaments. They are very fragile and I got a little carried away whilst experimenting after Spidey wouldn't play! I may have to get rid while I work on the fuselage if it becomes impossible to work around them.
Not memory Bill, I had it happen by accident whilst glossing a wingy thing a few years ago . All I thought of at the time was "bollards, how do I get rid of that" . It was then I noticed the nozzle on my Revell AB was offset to the center, which caused the same candyfloss effect.
This is the AB or bucket thrower as some call it .