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  1. I'd put the decals on before I started smegging about with weathering & tonal tinkering. Kleers easy, get the decal as dry as possible, dab of kleer, place decal, line it up then cotton bud to smooth etc then another dab of kleer on top.
  2. That's all I got, tried various access strategies without success, still nee photee.
  3. Hi Duncan, Just had a look through my Squadron mini-monograph & it looks like prototype & developement a/c were pretty shiny nm (highly polished as you could probably expect such examples to be) while line ships were deffo nm, not painted silver, & seem to vary between pretty shiny & 'normal' nm, possibly squadron commanders being brighter, at least early in their service careers.
  4. Looking good, you going to varnish it before decalling?
  5. I'd like to see the documentation on that.
  6. That's a vision I can't unsee, thanks Duncan.
  7. DC3

    B-29 44-62276

    What a magnificent thing to do, you're a good man Rich. How come there was a 20 man crew, was this standard post war?
  8. Yep, I generally do it with a build up of very light coats, don't forget its tyres we are talking about, a pretty dynamic environment for paint once the wheels are turning.
  9. I just spray the colour straight on, usually Tamiya acrylics.
  10. Irrespective of motivation can't go wrong with carrots.
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