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Does anybody know the best way to go about this? I have a Ben Buckle Fokker DVIII kit and would like to get the paint job as scale as possible.



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I USED A PHOTOCOPY FROM ONE OF THE MODEL MAGS,CUTTING 4 MASKS ,ONE FOR EACH COLOUR AND MARKING EACH ONE ONTO MODEL IN PENCIL.
I MAY STILL MAY HAVE THE PHOTOCOPY.

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Thanks, Loopy. It would be great if you still have the photocopy. No rush though. I amĀ building a Baronette at the moment so it will be a while before I need it. The Baronette will be red of course!

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smilewot 4 will you use to cover it with

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Thanks av8tor, maybe I should have called it the Wot Forum! The covering is going to have to stick to an undercambered wing. Wot would Earl Stahl have used?

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dont think av8tor will get it not many of us remember the POWERHOUSE

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is the power house the gym in hydeno

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hi Captain,
I did a walk through of painting the lozenge on my DV111 build on WWW.RCSCALEBUILDER.COM in the BUSA forum.
I used the same pattern that Loopy mentioned and painted with humbrol, very therapeutic lol

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