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When we last left, our hot dog-fingered protagonist was trying to super glue tiny metal shavings onto a hunk of plastic. Did he succeed? What is he doing now? What’s the next step? Stay tuned to find out! Most of the photo etch in place, I gave everything a coat of primer through the airbrush. Continue reading “The M113 Part 2”
Building model kits going a little too smoothly for you? Finally decoded all the symbols in the directions? Honed your build order to the maximum efficiency? Well, why not try adding a Photo Etch set to your next build! It is sure to drive you crazy and double the time you spend on your kneesContinue reading “The M113 and the Never Ending PE”
Scaled wood grain is a solid way to impart realism into a model or diorama. You can create convincing wood using a few different materials; not the least of which is real wood. For this demonstration, I used XPS foam, styrene sheeting, balsa wood, and a molded styrene piece from a kit. The subject andContinue reading “Wood Grain Techniques”
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