Over Instrumental

And here is the 1/48 Sea Hawk instrument panel

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it starts with a panel painted white

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then an acetate sheet, I attached this with a thin smear of Canopy glue

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as with the side panels

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The P.E. dash is then added, again I have used a smear of canopy glue on the premise that this will, if it squeezes out, dry clear. And, as you can see it has, indeed, squeezed out.

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again on the side panels

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although the canopy glue did dry clear it was still visible, so the instrument faces were flooded with gloss varnish, and the result is absolutely gorgeous, even enlarged.

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