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Model Dads: 15mm Modern & WWII models, games and reviews. Lots of reviews...
Model Dads: 15mm Modern & WWII models, games and reviews. Lots of reviews...

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Been working on those star-antennas the Germans had. God bless etched brass...no pun intended: http://www.modeldads.co.uk/Life-at-the-Front/wordpress/15mm-sternantenne-star-antenna/
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Hi - sorry to hear that...have you tried another coat? on an affected area? Sometimes this can get rid of the worst effects. Otherwise, these threads have some hints and tips you might want to consider:
http://privateerpressforums.com/showthread.php?114024-Any-way-to-fix-matt-varnish-frosting
http://privateerpressforums.com/showthread.php?80728-How-do-you-prevent-frosting
http://handcannononline.com/blog/2013/11/19/beginners-guide-beginning-protection-part-ii-fixing-frosted-varnish/

Hope something here helps.
ARGH! After applying a Humbrol Clear gloss varnish and leaving my miniatures for 24 hrs to dry, I applied a Humbrol Clear matt varnish. Much to my disappointment the jerries ended up looking like they'd just returned from the Eastern Front. To say that I'm gutted is an understatement after trying my best to make them look as good as I can.

Has anyone got any tips for removing frosting and preventing it from happening in future? Thank you in advance!
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New look to the blog, +1 if you like it!

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Compare and contrast. True proportions are better suited to 15mm figures: discuss.

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Boom - YouTube advert for our new decals: uploaded!

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Chillin' out with turpentine...dry-brush, filter and oils up on the next PIV painting log. And don't forget to send us a winning photo of your pants scenery!

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One not to leave on the shelf

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Tri-tone Camo. Airbrush. 3 words that should sit comfortably together but often do not. Live my pain :).
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