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Jul 11, 2018, 02:10 PM
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Jul 12, 2018, 10:24 AM
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Small subtleties of drawing with tape.
I try not to tape the whole plane. First, the weight.....
Beautiful work but I was wondering about the weight. Do you typically check for weight increase or is the appearance your primary consideration and weight not too important?
Jul 13, 2018, 09:59 AM
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Dear I did not pay close attention to the weight. Because I do not make sports and record models.I like it when my planes are beautiful.

Decorated transparent wing film ORACLE and shiny adhesive tape, +20 grams by weight.

Made a box for the glider, at the same time experimented with color combinations.
And decorated with a large glider.
test 3 F2D electro (2 min 14 sec)

третий полет (2 min 23 sec)
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Jul 13, 2018, 10:04 AM
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It seems to me that the theme of decorating with film is exhausted.
You can tell how to paint with a brush.
Jul 13, 2018, 10:05 AM
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[QUOTE=olegss;39932380]It seems to me that the theme of decorating with film is exhausted.
It seems to me that the theme of decorating with film is exhausted. I want to tell you how to paint with a brush.
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Jul 13, 2018, 10:05 AM
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It seems to me that the theme of decorating with film is exhausted.
It seems to me that the theme of decorating with film is exhausted. I want to tell you how to paint with a brush.
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Jul 13, 2018, 10:11 AM
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DRESS UP THE PLANE.

A few years ago, my friend Victor (rz9ok) presented this rainbow F3A airplane .
The device lay in the garage for a long time..about 5-6 years. After a long stay in unsanitary conditions, the device is a little dirty.
Put the equipment, flew around.
That's such an ugly appearance, plus the signs of recovery, adhesives, other spot.
You need to "make beautiful"!
First he washed the plane of dust and dirt. Dried.
Jul 13, 2018, 10:17 AM
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I bought an art acrylic primer, and a bigger brush.
In the ground added chalk or talc, or something else to cover the dirt.
Since the paint is soft and plastic, the brush should be soft.
Now find a good soft art brush is not a problem. I bought a little more brushes and thinner-synthetic, for small works
The brush took the"pony No. 10"

I dilute the soil to a state of liquid .
Important thing to choose the density so that no traces of the brush and after the paint could have a little "float" to smooth out the surface. Poured a little water tried, even poured. This most importantly, pick a density.
Tried on Board, noticeable difference, white vs white.
Painted the top and sides twice, with intermediate drying in twenty minutes.
Acrylic dries quickly enough. Turned it over and painted it. The fuselage was put on a soft cloth, avoid scratching the fresh paint.
The result was a beautiful, matte, white primer.
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Jul 13, 2018, 10:26 AM
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Now my favorite process is "coloring".

First you need to mark the wing and fuselage. I drew a picture and cut it into stencils. Then he marked the wings with a pencil on the stencil.
I take brushes and acrylic paint.
At this stage, you can paint is not particularly clearly observing the boundaries of color, because the yellow easily overlaps red.
The process goes from simple to complex. At the next stage, you need to clearly draw the boundaries and "fill" the color of the field. Borders or lines usually spend slipron-this sort of brush with a long NAP. I love synthetics №8 (it is more elastic), though it is not a clean slate, but very similar. Field'm closing a pony #10.
The first layer of red. A total of three layers. Yellow four.
The last layer is my favorite "deep black". Everything closes very well.
Wings are ready.
Jul 13, 2018, 10:30 AM
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Fully airplane. It took 4 hours to paint. And the final version, the inscriptions.As produce a wrote higher.
Jul 13, 2018, 10:36 AM
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Full painting added 20 grams. The flight weight of the aircraft 2500 grams. This is not essential.
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тест полет 1 (1 min 47 sec)
Jul 13, 2018, 10:44 AM
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Now a little subtleties.
The brush at this stage is a working tool and it needs to be looked after.
Brush is alive.
Brushes store with put on NAP guards, from tubes and caps from syringes.
Between sessions, they can be stored in water, so as not to dry. Pour water to just a hair closed and did not keep it a brush can bend the tip and will remain so. A maximum of twenty minutes. After work wash her soap from the paint.

Be sure to close the jar of paint even if you went for a second...well some tea. They have a tendency to self-reverse in your absence. Acrylic is difficult and sometimes impossible to clean from the floor, walls and furniture.

Brush put on a stand, so as not to stick to paper or to the table.
No need to climb with a dry brush in the paint, for a second dip in water.
On " dry " will go badly.
Empty jars of paint I thoroughly wash, soaking at night in washing powder. Then you can dilute the color.
After work, the brush should be washed immediately. Can be a simple soap, no cream.
Jul 13, 2018, 10:52 AM
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Judging from the point of view of perfectionists, the result was a C grade.
Have forgotten how "iron hand" to hold the ideal line.
But there is one subtlety which is pleasant. Painting turned out to be "alive", there is not exactly here wrong.
In sight, hands made. I also like the perfect lines of cut stencils, but "handmade" is more.

The most important step in the whole process of straight lines.
Some strange advice from me.
\ You need to fully relax, to calm down.
\ Try to not about than not to think, not be distracted.(Can be considered in mind-one, two, three, four, five)
\ When I draw the line - do not breathe, interferes only with the heartbeat.
\ Do not strain your hand, guide the brush with the brush freely and easily.
\ Move the whole arm from the shoulder.
\ The radii of conduct without lifting your elbow from the table, as circular.

For those who doubt their abilities.
No need to be afraid to start - you need to start and all here.
In extreme cases, you can then repaint the entire plane in black. It'll look good "black devil".
But you need to take a "deep black" acrylic.
To begin with, I would recommend three stages.
White primer is to smooth out all the spots.
Then yellow - it falls well of any shade.
And a couple of black stripes on the wings below.
Jul 13, 2018, 11:28 AM
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Tape or paint, your final look is VERY GOOD!
Great looking designs with great application.
Jul 13, 2018, 11:44 AM
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Painted a couple of gliders. A tiny sketch. I cut out a stencil from paper, for marking, Painted with brushes.
Yellow fluorescence 3 times, black 2.

Layout stencils.
Paper in 250g.
Since very thin, attached with needles and trace with a pencil.

Painted cardboard glider. White soil 4 times, yellow 3, black 1 time.


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