LeFH 18/40 (Drafmodel) 1:16

Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by Patero, Nov 3, 2008.

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    So, you're a fan of 1:16 scale?
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    Great work Patero. I use the same method for straightening wire. If I need paint to stick better, I use a fine file.
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    Perfect work !
    Why all the parts are white ? So did you use sand paper and crazy glue for all details ?
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    He tends to use a type of glue that hardens and then is sanded it down. The paper surface is removed at times leaving white. He then paints the final parts.