Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Ray on Tue Feb 23, 2010 5:12 pm

    skyhigh wrote::lol! lol! you caught me writeing Ray lol! lol! yes Gordon I was just going to tell just the same , you better cover that lead with milliput, because for sure you be sorry later.. Insomma Ray you still have that coner in your heart for aircraft models uhx.... lol! lol!

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  alexbb on Tue Feb 23, 2010 5:23 pm

    skyhigh wrote::lol! lol! you caught me writeing Ray lol! lol! yes Gordon I was just going to tell just the same , you better cover that lead with milliput, because for sure you be sorry later.. Insomma Ray you still have that coner in your heart for aircraft models uhx.... lol! lol!

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  bcauchi on Wed Feb 24, 2010 7:28 am

    i thought that the lead pellets were covered with something trasparent like white glue or superglue. Looked that way otherwise they would not stay in place like that. But putting in some sort of covering will not harm anything.

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  in nannu pec on Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:24 am

    Gordon...Ray is right....it happens...I've seen it in my earlier models....by the work nice detail....some washes and subtle drybrushing will enhance it more Wink Wink Wink Wink
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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  AdriaN on Wed Feb 24, 2010 10:16 pm

    Ray wrote: I would advise you to SEAL that lead in the nose with some milliput or something similar so you won't have lead poison seeping through the plastic and paint at a later stage in life Sad




    Whats this all about!? Question Suspect
    Why exactly is this necessary? scratch

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  alexbb on Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:11 pm

    AdriaN wrote:
    Ray wrote: I would advise you to SEAL that lead in the nose with some milliput or something similar so you won't have lead poison seeping through the plastic and paint at a later stage in life Sad




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    Why exactly is this necessary? scratch
    adrian , lead like most non ferrous metals have a tendency to secrete acidic "sweat" once they start to oxidize, particullarly in humid environs such as the one we live in. these secretions or corrosion are particularly damageing to paint. hence the need to envelope the lead balls or any other metal for that matter,in miliput or similar so that corrosion is contained. superglue by itself is not enough on the contrary it may even hasten the process

    now enough tech talk. always seal metal weights inside models or you might regret it later

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  AdriaN on Thu Feb 25, 2010 1:58 am

    alex wrote:

    adrian , lead like most non ferrous metals have a tendency to secrete acidic "sweat" once they start to oxidize, particullarly in humid environs such as the one we live in. these secretions or corrosion are particularly damageing to paint. hence the need to envelope the lead balls or any other metal for that matter,in miliput or similar so that corrosion is contained. superglue by itself is not enough on the contrary it may even hasten the process

    now enough tech talk. always seal metal weights inside models or you might regret it later


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    i have alot of models filled with lead bullets or lead fishing weights. there are a number which i painted over in acrylic. why? no reason really i just felt like doing it. i hope that helps in the end.

    One thing is, after glueing the (old) lead bullets to the model, i often got a slight greenish/copperish discharge on the glue.. but it never spread! pale

    Is it necessary to cover even small bolts and nails?? Rolling Eyes

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  William on Sun Feb 28, 2010 6:53 am

    Looking very neat Gordon, as a Civilian Aircraft should look Laughing

    Would be nice if you can get it ready for the Expo!

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Gordon on Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:34 am

    Alex Kontiveis wrote:Yes, I agree with Joseph. It needs some wash Gordon.

    Very nice, sharp and clean work so far! I like it!


    Alex and Joseph, i did not wash it because it will be closed and therefore its interior will not be so visible.

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  AdriaN on Sun Feb 28, 2010 12:42 pm

    I wish you luck when it come to painting the white Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Gordon on Sun Feb 28, 2010 12:58 pm

    AdriaN wrote:I wish you luck when it come to painting the white Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

    Where is your Viking build?? Rolling Eyes

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Ray on Sun Feb 28, 2010 2:52 pm

    Great work Gordon and weldone re your thinking of not applying a wash to the interior.......kemm niehu gost immeri lil ta l-ajruplani xi pjacir u iktar w iktar meta jkolli ragun Twisted Evil

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  AdriaN on Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:01 pm

    Gordon wrote:
    Alex Kontiveis wrote:Yes, I agree with Joseph. It needs some wash Gordon.

    Very nice, sharp and clean work so far! I like it!


    Alex and Joseph, i did not wash it because it will be closed and therefore its interior will not be so visible.

    Same with your viking, alot of your cockpit will not show Rolling Eyes

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Gordon on Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:28 pm

    AdriaN wrote:
    Gordon wrote:
    Alex Kontiveis wrote:Yes, I agree with Joseph. It needs some wash Gordon.

    Very nice, sharp and clean work so far! I like it!


    Alex and Joseph, i did not wash it because it will be closed and therefore its interior will not be so visible.

    Same with your viking, alot of your cockpit will not show Rolling Eyes

    only half of the cockpit will be visible but since the entry will be open i will be doing all of it

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  bcauchi on Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:58 am

    Coming along very nice indeed. I admit the interior won;t show much but the cockpit section will through the clear glass on the front.

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Gordon on Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:36 pm















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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Ray on Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:41 pm

    Impressive to say the least Gordon, and I'm not refering to the cool scheme only Laughing your finish looks the part Twisted Evil welldone eh cheers

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  William on Sun Mar 21, 2010 7:25 pm

    Great finish Gordon, I love the sheme Smile


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    Post  Luke on Sun Mar 21, 2010 8:54 pm

    Very nice job Gordon Very Happy

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  skyhigh on Sun Mar 21, 2010 9:16 pm

    Hey Hey ..Gordon lovely finish welldone indeed... cheers

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    Post  Dottore on Sun Mar 21, 2010 11:53 pm

    Well done Gordon....very nice eh....

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Joseph on Mon Mar 22, 2010 7:30 am

    Great finish and scheme, well done Smile

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  bcauchi on Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:08 am

    Wow man, brilliant work there. That is a lovely finish and such an attractive scheme. Great job, could not have done any better. Keep this up, that is class.

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    Re: Dassault Falcon 10 1-48 (Revell)

    Post  Gordon on Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:19 am

    Finally ready in time for history in scale 2010











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