The paint of the Condor

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  1. Fatucmean

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    Hi all;

    Good morning (here, in Portugal).

    Today's day it's the "D day" to the camoufalge paint of the Condor.
    Some problems with the engine color´s and the gondola who is a litle badly painted (windows splashed with drops of ink - how can I clean ??).
    Now I´m prepared to retouch the paint.
     

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    Looks awesome!

    As far as the windows go, possibly mineral turpentine.
     
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    Yeap,looking good.Aren't you afraid of the dog.There is possibility it can fly away. :lol:
     
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    Perhaps just your pics, but that poor Condor looks like it is getting quite the rough treatment! Model abuse, I say. You may be suffering from Polystyreneaphilia. :)
     
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    I don't understood. What you means with "You may be suffering from Polystyreneaphilia"?
     
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    Sorry. My abuse of the english language. A joke. Polystyreneaphilia. Kinda link pedaphilia. But with geek panache. :)

    Ignore me Fatucmean. Your model looks great. I'm jealous.
     
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    Yes great Fw200 Condor model.
     
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    Polystyreneaphilia - it is a good name of a disease or an addiction.I think modeling it is a kind of a illness. :lol: So it is a very nice expression Matt.:)
     
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    I see and understand!
    We have too, in Portuguese language, some interestig exprssions but I reserve to say.
     
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