Fwd: [WWI] RE: Post -It note masks...
ot811 at msbx.net
Thu Feb 3 11:51:37 EST 2005
From: Balzer CTR Gregory P [mailto:gregory.balzer.ctr at usmc.mil]
Sent: Thursday, February 3, 2005 04:32 PM
To: ot811 at msbx.net
Subject: FW: [WWI] RE: Post -It note masks...
Once again I'm blocked by firewalls at work, can you please post this response.
Masking over lozenge is always dangerous, but I've found that using wet newsprint works wonders! Cut a stencil to shape out of newspaper, soak it in water, let it dry to dampness, lay it on your kit, lightly press into place and spray. Give the paint a minute to set up, and using a needle lift the mask off...et voila!
From: wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org]On
Behalf Of Nicklas, Brian
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2005 11:07
To: World War I Modeling Mailing List
Subject: [WWI] RE: Post -It note masks...
Seeing Chris' remark about Post-it notes reminds me.
The great thing about Post-It notes is the low-tack adhesive, and that
they pull up easy without residue.
But you can make your own! 3M sells Post-It note glue in a little glue
sticks, you rub it on the paper you want to use, and go at it.
So you can make a full mask for most 1/48 or 1/72 aircraft from an 8x11
sheet of paper. So this work VERY well for masking models.
I picked up my tube at either a Staples or Office Depot store.
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