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Maketar Canopy Survival Kit
Topic Started: May 30 2016, 03:48 PM (310 Views)
peebeep
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resin fondler
I happened upon this product whilst browsing the Hannant's pages - it was listed No 1 in their top ten. Usually I'm tighter than a bull's bum in August, so the 13.99 RRP was a turn off, but after a couple of looks I thought I'd buy a set.

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There's no point trying to post an image of the masks, as the cut lines don't show up and I'm sure you're all familiar with yellow Kabuki type tape. The sheets are 142mm x 172mm and the illustrations on the fly sheet shows exactly what you get - any number of squares, circles, triangles, ellipses, hyperbolas, parabolas and spirals. After coughing up I have to grudgingly admit that the sheets do look Really Useful and as a canopy dunce I would suggest that any other canopy dunces might want to look into acquiring a set.

You might want to have a gander at the other Maketar masking sets, they do look Really Useful.

peebeep
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Mark M
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Hawk T1
ive used there mask sets before and they are fantastic, they do al sorts of sets and markins, canopies the lot

and have there own web site as well
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Olde Farte
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Lt. Derek 'Smurfy' Reeve
This is a brilliant idea but I tend to paint mine freehand (some would say it shows) as I don't have a lot of patience with masking, much easier to clean up if necessary afterwards with a cocktail stick soaked in thinners.
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Nick 'Token' Jones
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