Williams FW-11 Honda
Tamiya 1/20 scale
by Francisco J. Rivas Pose © Modeler Site
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Once the model was finished, I realized about the importance of having good reference material and how this is essential to get good results. I would be glad to send everyone who needs some pictures. I used Tamiya acrylics for all the painting job except for the body. First of all, the grilles were washed with soapy water while flashes and mold marks were removed from parts.
Engine and suspension arms
Another way to do this, is to use the supports coming with the kit and using a fine file or a saw blade for metals to hollow the groove.
Anyway, I think and really found it easier and amusing to make them from scratch.
Once finished, I made a hole with a 0,5mm drill to which when assembled, I would add a pin made out of wire of the same diameter.
Next, I painted the front and rear supports with X1, the rest with X32 according to my references.
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