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My version of the FT duster

#1
Hey guys this is my first post on the forum so i thought id share one of my many designs. This is my version of the FT duster i made on photo shop, and plane on getting the speed build kit so make this plane a reality. if you guys could give me any tips or comments on the plane please feel free to tell me.

P.S. you might not be able to see it but on the tail is the classic decal of calvin peeing
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Tritium

Amateur Extra Class K5TWM
#7
Minwax polyurethane protects the foamboard covering from moisture and prepares it for painting. Otherwise you can damage the plane with moisture and the paint solvent can attack the foam.

Bread & Butter! xuzme720

Thurmond
 

xuzme720

Dedicated foam bender
Mentor
#8
Minwax polyurethane protects the foamboard covering from moisture and prepares it for painting. Otherwise you can damage the plane with moisture and the paint solvent can attack the foam.

Bread & Butter! xuzme720

Thurmond
Thanks, Thurmond! I sorta know what I'm talking about in my head, I just can't seem to make the keys say it right! :)
 
#9
Definitely Minwax, old based. The paper soaks it up and makes it great for painting. Makes the glue tacky tho for a couple of days, freaked me out at first. I painted the F22 with plain old primer and just added some detail with the airbrush. The elevons are taped, I just painted over them. They are holding up ok.
 

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