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So I found out the the decal manufacturer that I'm using on my group build has really nice decals, nice and thin. But the downside is that they are a bear to move after a few seconds, and if you manage to fold them over while reposition, you can't get them apart anymore. On the first paint scheme I
I've been trying to print on Testors white decal paper with my inkjet with very poor results. With my Canon Pixma printer, the ink beads up even though it is inkjet decal paper. Have you ever experienced this? Does your printer do a decent job? Any advice?
I recently had to clean out my dad's garage and I found some old models that I can't find much info on and was wondering if anyone here could help. They all seem to be from 1955. I have Stark rocket, I think it is Monogram brand. I also have a red ME-109 and a Folke 190. Both are German WWII made by