Intermission – So I went to Dunnville, Ontario…

So I went to Dunnville, Ontario, after seeing George Stewart and I could not stop writing about No.6 SFTS Dunnville, Ontario…

https://bcatp.wordpress.com/category/no-6-s-f-t-s-dunnville

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Yesterday I have added a few more coats on the Harvard and I think I have added enough even if enough never seems enough.

I have learned my lesson with using black as a primer coat. I will now concentrate more on the homemade decals with this reference found on the Internet since I can’t use U.S. Airforce decals.

2 thoughts on “Intermission – So I went to Dunnville, Ontario…

  1. ModelAirplaneMaker January 24, 2020 / 11:24 am

    I’m told the secret to painting gloss yellow is to start with flat yellow. Get the coverage you need with the flat yellow and then top it with the gloss.

    Now, I’ve yet to try that but I will when the time comes.

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    • Pierre Lagacé January 24, 2020 / 11:52 am

      I will try this when springtime comes along. Anyway I also felt the yellow was wrong.

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