Tutorials Video

Scale Modeling How To: Using Parafilm M

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While I’ve previously covered the use of Parafilm in a blog, I thought it would be a great tutorial for video. That, plus I had a handy canopy laying around. 🙂

This is also my first publicly released Youtube video. As I’ve made mention of before, I’ve started a Patreon presence, and I’ll be adding more videos over time. While many of the videos I produce will be Patreon exclusive, other “how-to” focused efforts will be publicly released.

Of course, being a first effort, it’s admittedly a little rough around the edges. Hopefully that will improve as I do more. However, my focus will always be on building, because I figure what everyone wants to see is plastic being glued and painted. So I’ll try to reach a happy balance between continuing a steady stream of content, but also releasing multimedia work that is informative, entertaining, and hopefully doesn’t embarrass me too bad. 😉

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4 comments

  1. Great tip! I try and opt for the laser cut Eduard mask sets whenever available, but this stuff looks like a great product for masking canopies and clear parts! Thanks for posting.

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