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wow that is gorgeous.............. the attention to detail is phenomenal............ the propeller is spectacular, as is the close up of the tail feathers, that paint and detail make it look like real linen, I have an original  piece of Irish linen from the Sopwith factory and it looks spot on.....  top drawer Mike................ I love the detailed rigging, I could stare at this for hours..................... huh, I already did................. excellent!

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4 hours ago, Jeff said:

wow that is gorgeous.............. the attention to detail is phenomenal............ the propeller is spectacular, as is the close up of the tail feathers, that paint and detail make it look like real linen, I have an original  piece of Irish linen from the Sopwith factory and it looks spot on.....  top drawer Mike................ I love the detailed rigging, I could stare at this for hours..................... huh, I already did................. excellent!

EXACTLY! Top shelf all the way !......harv :thumbsup2::thumbsup2:

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On 11/25/2019 at 7:30 AM, Sir Desmond Glazebrook said:

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How on earth did you get plastic to look exactly like cloth???

Sensational. 

Primed with AK Interactive white (AK759), then surfaces cleared of dust and imperfections by polishing.

Airbrushed with gloss coat, then re-polished as necessary.

Finally cut and applied PC and CDL linen effect decals from 'Aviattic'.

 

Mike 

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