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Old Oct 03, 2012, 02:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Scott Morgan View Post
I'm painting my floats with aluminum spray paint to simulate scale edo's. This is one cool Dehavilland Beaver foamie. I love the scale frise ailerons and fowler type flaps. I also reworked my flaps to get 45 degrees of throw in the landing configuration. Really nice features I have never seen on a foamie before.
Yes from what I can see it really is a great looking model and thats why I will do more scale details on it.
What I did on a set of floats before is use krylon gray primer , then Testors Chrome paint and applied scale decals then finish in Tamiya clear spray , that made the chrome turn dull and really look grreat.
This time I want to try my alluminium aircraft speed tape at least under the floats to give it more protection but if it applies well I will do the complete floats
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