Steve, Tommy cheers fellas Steve I wish they had made the cab in clear plastic with the glazing already in place. That would be a lot easier to handle and would look a lot better. As for time, well I hear you there dude. Now that the weather is finally clearing I have a lot do down the allotment
Steve I wish they had made the cab in clear plastic with the glazing already in place. That would be a lot easier to handle and would look a lot better.
That would be cool, but in the case of Braille Scale; that technique has only started being done in the past five years. It was started by Japanese, Korean and Chinese model companies and so far, Airfix is the only Western company that has adopted that style of glazing.
Fine work with the shading, especially in that scale, Paul!
"You watch the world exploding every single night Dancing in the sun a newborn in the light, Brothers and their fathers joining hands and make a chain The shadow of the Wicker Man is rising up again......" ------"The Wicker Man", by Iron Maiden
After giving the little pesker a panel lining with Mig track wash, I went back over today with a mix of Paynes Grey and lots of Zinc White . I used a makeup pad and kind of added the paint like a dry brushing. It'll need a bit tomorrow but this has to dry orfe first .