Newsletter 123: F_ _CK your kits! :D

F_ _CK your kits! :D

F_ _CK your kits! :D
Suppose you're assembling a WRC and you want to make the bucket seats look as realistic as possible, what would you do? Or maybe you're finishing the interior of a gorgeous red italian sports car and you want the mats to be hiper realistic, how would you solve it? Or the steering wheel of that F1 that isn't looking as real as you'd like, how would you improve it?...

Don't get crazy, 'flocking' is the answer to your prayers. It is a hyper thin colored powder that will give you what you're looking for, once applied over a thin layer of white glue :D

On top of that, three new decorations from Shunko for Revell's DTM BMW M3 have just hit our shelves, as well as the first decorations from Studio27 for Aoshima's Toyota Celica (that, by the way, will also be available at Spotmodel in a few weeks). While it arrives, some of Fujimi's references requested by you have arrived sooner than expected and they are also available right now :D

By the way, pay full attention at Studio27 photoetch for Revell's RedBull RB8, it's just what this kit needed to get wings ;)

So, you know... FLOCK your kits! ;)

Zero Paints: Paint - Ferrari Grigio Titanio - Met Silver - 60ml - for Airbrush

Reference: ZP-1007-3238

All paints are pre-thinned for airbrush use, to a consistency suitable for airbrushes with nozzle sizes of 0.3mm upwards. It is NOT recommended to overthin the paint: mixing too much thinner will increase the chance of the paint becoming too hot during application, thus affecting/melting the plastic below the primer. If unsure, we recommend you to test it first before applying to your kit.
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Zero Paints: Paint - Volkswagen Tornado Red - 1985 to 2014 - Code: LY3D - 60ml - for Airbrush

Reference: ZP-1049-LY3D

All paints are pre-thinned for airbrush use, to a consistency suitable for airbrushes with nozzle sizes of 0.3mm upwards. It is NOT recommended to overthin the paint: mixing too much thinner will increase the chance of the paint becoming too hot during application, thus affecting/melting the plastic below the primer. If unsure, we recommend you to test it first before applying to your kit.
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