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diegodc84

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Thanks Bobby!! I've managed to get Mr.Hobby paints!

Last question, are there any photo etched sets for this kit? Eduard has a set for the Hobbyboss F-14A (and B). There is a set for the Hasegawa F-14D, but I don't if it fits well on this kit.

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The best place to look is hannant, just use there search engine and you should find out if they have anything, but last time I looked they did not for the Hobbyboss D.
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Thanks!
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Bobby,

Having joined recently, I just finished viewing all the current Tomcat vids. They are excellent in terms of the video quality, the information, and all the alternative info you present. You take your time and that allows me to
make notes about products without having to rewind, rewind, rewind as I have had to do with other people's videos in the past. This quality of your vids makes it easy to stay with the video and not lose continuity. Well done!
I also appreciate that you bring products close to the camera and announce the numbers and descriptions. This is common sense but many people who post vids do not share that info with you and it leaves a huge whole in
what you are learning. There is only one item that I could not make out the info on in the video. It was the narrow yellow tapes for masking. Can you list that product please? thank you.
well, I'm known for being long winded so I need to get out of here for now.
Cheers!

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edit: found them online of course right after I posted the question.

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Hi Bobby. No video's the week that past?

 

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Sorry mate was on holiday last week but am back at the job and all is normal again.

Thanks Bob

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No Problem.

Hope you enjoyed your holiday.

good to have you back
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Episode.24 is up
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I too hope that your holiday was good.

Just watched epi 24. the details of the final steps is great. Once again you take the time to discuss each aspect very well. it
removes all doubt about what is going on.

One question: way back in the day--my day--model cements that worked to "weld" parts together did not work well at all
on painted parts.It was necessary to scrape paint off surfaces that were glued together. That does not seem to be a problem with
the Mr. Cement S. You stated in the video that the Mr. Cement would not dissolve any of the paint, so is the cement bonding
paint to paint? logically [my logic is limited here], if the cement does not penetrate the paint, then it cannot be bonding the plastic itself.
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Thanks Ted

Cement S does penetrate paint and can leave a mark, but its designed to evaporate on open surfaces so fast that it does not have the time to mark the paint "that much".

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Bob,

Thanks. understood. basically do as we have always known. don't get it where it does NOT belong and use just enough to do
the job.
cheers!

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Hi Bob,

in the last episode you used winsor and newton matt varnish for the matt cote. In other builds you used winsor and newton matt medium. Is there any difference, which one do you prefer?

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It would have to be the matt cote which is better but the matt medium is so thick it lasts for longer time if you want something cheaper.
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Great, thanks!
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As usual great video Bob.

Your video builds are very detailed which I like and have learned heaps from them.

keep up the good work
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