Top advice, and no, the flaps will be up. I just haven't fitted them yet in the shots I took. All my references agree with you of course so this one is an easy choice.
With thanks as always.
You're a true entrepreneur. More power to your secret formula, it definitely produces a better product. I'm slowly getting closer to the point where I might actually use some instead of talking about them. There's some beautiful products made by the companies you work with too.
I'm learning all sorts from you, and thanks very much for sharing it.
Have a great evening.
Hang in there with the techniques. The path to modelling Nirvana is out there somewhere.
Your absolutely tight about the shrinkage. There's a noticeable gap between different mask elements in my Pmasks set, whereas I have to look hard to find the edges on yours. Sorry to read about the big roll of old stuff you have. Anyone got ideas to help Mal out?
By the way Mal, you asked me about the Pmasks; they are printed on Oramask 810.
Someone once said ďLifeís a b***h and then you dieĒ. Clearly that person had never had anything to do with Mal and his Miracle Masks. After a short hiatus with the international post, the goodies shown below arrived.
Not only did Mal send me the markings he originally offered, but he also threw in a set camouflage masks, D-day strip helpers and No Walk masks. Mal, you are a gentleman. Thank you so much for the time, effort and generosity. Iím excited to try them out, and Iíll show them in use as we progress through the build.
Cheers Mal. Thatís at least a pint or three that I owe you.