|Jul 21, 2010, 09:28 AM|
|Jul 21, 2010, 11:17 AM|
I used some tan spray paint, shot the whole thing first. Then I used a Brown Sharpy to put on the mahogany lines. Then shot it with a very thin coat of the tan again. After that was dry, I use a brushed on coat of yellow Tamiya CLEAR Acrylic paint as a varnish. I have a bottle of Orange Clear also, sometimes I mix them a bit for a nice amber tone. Super easy to do.
I had a real mahogany and bass wood laminated prop for a while, but I had a landing that rolled the plane into the grassy edge of a running track and it busted the wood prop. I need to make another, it was fun to build, and looked great!
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