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I have been reading some of the tips I get from here, one of which was the placement of pennants and flags. That actually worked out well, since I didn't glue the island onto the FD, so I was able to place a 'flag' on the line, it 'floated up' into position, the only worry is how to glue the two (2) halves together without RIPPING down a line
I was REALLY Close to pulling that line off and re-doing the whole thing. But the SupGlu held at the top of the national ensign for Japan.
As for IJN Kaga, I going to build her quickly, and attach the same combo of 'lines' onto the radio masts and run up some pennants up the mast. It should be interesting!!!
Nice work Moe! Intricate working those hand rails on the mast. Be prepared to be surprised when you line up the new Kaga next to the old Kaga noting how large and "bloated" the newby looks by comparison.
at least the modern version DDH-184!!
With Flags flying!! (Another 1st for me!!) But W O W!! That took awhile, about 40 min to get three (3) little pennants up with another one that I was going to modify and hang, but after the national ensign brought down the line.......I decided against it .
The method used was applying glue onto Al-foil then applying the decal...
Question are: 1) Do you have to wait for the decal to get a little dry, then apply to Al-foil?? Noticed that the glue was being wiped off as I dabbed the decal dry.
2) I bent the pennant in half then 'ran-it-up' the line then Krazy Glued it on the line, then glued the halves together....is that how it is done??
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