Tuesday, 17 December 2013
And preferably using one of these. In response to the question from John Lewis over in a different place about the location of my spray booth, about twenty minutes ago it was here:
Sat in the middle of my desk, which is located at 90 degrees from where my modelling bureau is. It's very convenient for the "overspill" of kits that is inevitable when something is being built.
And (hijacking John McAleely's discussion elsewhere) it is also the depository for all of the tools that I'm using when I decide to do some soldering. They are swept, en masse, from the left surface to the right surface to prevent them being splattered with liquid flux fumes. Since doing this, even if it is imperfect, the incidence of rusting has significantly reduced.
The particular subject of the spraying is the inevitable Coffeepot, receiving a coat of varnish over the transfers before progressing on to the weathering.
I think that the camera flash has caused the red lining to flare somewhat! It's nowhere near that bright in real life. Now to leave it for an evening to harden, and perhaps make some progress on the chassis...