Model kit Building (Hobby Thread)

GrecianLez

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I did see one being restored where the guy doing it sent off or downloaded the decal, Think more likely he sent off for a replacement, I think they're out there
I will have a look, I know you use special paper and a inkjet which I dont have, its a special lacquer as well I was told you need to seal the decal once printed
 

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I will have a look, I know you use special paper and a inkjet which I dont have, its a special lacquer as well I was told you need to seal the decal once printed
Something like this? Second page, £2.55

 

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Something like this? Second page, £2.55

You legend

Just found it
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Matchbox-61b-Alvis-Stalwart-BP-Exploration-decals-only-water-slide-or-sticker/372686093734?hash=item56c5d27da6:m:mW74tqRIR4sBJBOWJ26yS5A
 

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Had a productive day

New bench fitted and had a spray booth made from the remaining MDF I had kicking around

The Mrs can now stop moaning about me taking up the dining table with my equipment

1098109911001101
 

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That's a cracking paint booth Lez, I'm sure Mrs Lez is really into your model building! :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
We agreed she can have half the bench to do her hobby and mine is just for spraying. Mind you I did say she could airbrush nails in it too lol
 
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