Sopwith paper

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  1. JimZ

    JimZ New Member

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    100_1219.JPG The Red Baron's foe.

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    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator Moderator

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    Spray them with some clear coat, mount on a tree with fish string and some cotton puff clouds, arrange properly and you'd have an excellent mobile of them in a never ending fight, every time a gust of wind came by! :)
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    JimZ New Member

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    Great idea! I think I will do that and hang it on my celing fan.
    What clear coat can I use that won't smear the ink? I've tried Future in an airbrush and had to scrap the model. That's all I ever use on my plastic kits but paper absorbs everything and wrinkles.
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    micahrogers ...And the Wife...

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    Try Krylon Triple Clear Lacquer... I use it on all my inkjet printed models....
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    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator Moderator

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    The trick is to mist on the first layers. Let the dry thoroughly. Then build up, very slowly.