So today marked a massive success in the workshop!
I managed to airbrush an entire Lancasterwing : ) I gave the airbrush a good clean out and coupled it up to the now nonleaking air compressor. I just feel I have a lot to learn about the consistency of the paint going through the airbrush as it came out quite runny : ( If anyone has any suggestions it would be great to hear from you…
In the meantime I’m going to fire some queries at Google and see what I get back. I also have these pipettes which shouldcome in handy when measuring out the paint and water:
Here is a picture of my progress with the Lancaster wing, enjoy!
I’m back now : ) The unexpected break in production was due to a change in employment (a much less stressful one!) and family commitments.
So I’ve made good headway with the ME109G Gustav as you can see. I just want to put some mastic on the parts I’ve painted by hand and get some airbrushing done of the underside. Here are some pics for you all:
I’m really impressed at the build quality of this kit from Airfix, just hoping I can do a good job of it!
Side view of ME109
Underside view of ME109
This is a first for me doing a WWII German fighter, but I couldn’t resist the urge!
Take care everyone, I promise it won’t take me as long to write my next blog.