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Leyton House CG 901B

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Re: Leyton House CG 901B

Postby CaptainMark » Wed Jun 17, 2020 12:57 am

The CF decals and overall detail is looking awesome so far, very well done! Looking forward to seeing the finished product!
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Re: Leyton House CG 901B

Postby wadny » Wed Jun 17, 2020 10:46 am

Thanks for the comments, guys! It helps keep my motivation up to finish this thing. The paint I used is the Tamiya TS-41 Coral Blue, decanted to a bottle and airbrushed. It airbrushes really well. I shot it over Alclad light grey primer with no problems.
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Re: Leyton House CG 901B

Postby aracefan » Wed Jun 17, 2020 10:57 am

wadny wrote:Thanks for the comments, guys! It helps keep my motivation up to finish this thing. The paint I used is the Tamiya TS-41 Coral Blue, decanted to a bottle and airbrushed. It airbrushes really well. I shot it over Alclad light grey primer with no problems.


Awesome!! That's exactly what I'm gonna do - I just decanted some TS spray the first time about a month ago to spray the Ducati MotoGP bike I did.
I'll probably spray it over Tamiya White primer... may do a test with the white and the gray and decide which one - as that's the only two primers I have at the moment.

And again, thank you so much for sharing your build and including the tips and techniques that you're using. Very helpful!
I'm going to try to do the CF (scale motorsport stuff though) to some of the parts as I can't find the S27 CF sheet for a reasonable price.
But after seeing the job you're doing I'm going to attempt to add some CF, not the level you are, but some accent stuff... maybe I'll do a build thread. :mrgreen:

Take care Mr. Wadny, and look forward to more updates. :)
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Re: Leyton House CG 901B

Postby tehSAC » Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:24 pm

I am in awe of your skills sir. Beautiful work so far!
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Re: Leyton House CG 901B

Postby wadny » Thu Jun 18, 2020 10:34 am

aracefan wrote:
wadny wrote:Thanks for the comments, guys! It helps keep my motivation up to finish this thing. The paint I used is the Tamiya TS-41 Coral Blue, decanted to a bottle and airbrushed. It airbrushes really well. I shot it over Alclad light grey primer with no problems.


Awesome!! That's exactly what I'm gonna do - I just decanted some TS spray the first time about a month ago to spray the Ducati MotoGP bike I did.
I'll probably spray it over Tamiya White primer... may do a test with the white and the gray and decide which one - as that's the only two primers I have at the moment.

And again, thank you so much for sharing your build and including the tips and techniques that you're using. Very helpful!
I'm going to try to do the CF (scale motorsport stuff though) to some of the parts as I can't find the S27 CF sheet for a reasonable price.
But after seeing the job you're doing I'm going to attempt to add some CF, not the level you are, but some accent stuff... maybe I'll do a build thread. :mrgreen:

Take care Mr. Wadny, and look forward to more updates. :)


From my experience, the Scale Motorsports CF decals are actually a lot easier to apply than the S27 stuff. Microscale set and soft solutions (the blue and red bottles) will soften them up and snug them down very nicely, although they are a little more fragile than the S27 decals. I also usually use white primer for lighter colors, but the TS-41 seems to cover really well. Thanks again for the comments, and good luck with your builds.
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