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You can decide the drawing turn according to your personal favor or in turns of the numbers
For the white paint and other light color paint part, the figures left on the canvas may be seen, you can double use the paint and try to cover with the thick paint
use the paint directly and do not add any water
the match the number of the paint and the figure on the canvas to fill in the paint
if you careless to fill in a wrong color, you can wait the paint to get day and then cover the wrong part with the correct color on the surface
wash the brush cleanly when you change to another color
for the large part, you can use the larger brush to paint, and for the small part, you can use the smaller brush to paint
wash the brush cleanly every time you finish painting for the next time use
professional canvas design for DIY oil paint
Note: Wood Frame does not included
For the Solid Wooden Frame, Please visit our storefront or search ASIN B00KD8HQ6K.
If you happen to have the paint on your clothe, please wash it immediately.
Please cover the lid of paint well when you do not use it, in case the paint gets dry.
The figures on the canvas may not be covered entirely, hope you do not mind.The paint we offer is enough for the normal use, please do not waste it in case of the paint shortage.
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Handpainted porcelain accessory.
The BT-7 was a Russian tank that began production in 1935. It incorporated some design features from tanks developed by American engineer Walter Christie. "BT" stood for "Bystrokhodny Tank (Fast Tank)" and the tank featured excellent maneuverability. Equipped with a 47mm main gun, it was one of the better-armed tanks of that period and it also had sloped frontal armor. The 1937 model's turret also featured sloped armor, a feature that would make its way into later tanks such as the T-34. The Tamiya 1/35 scale model captures all of the details of this WWII era tank as extensive research was undertaken to bring the most accurate version to the modeling world. Scale : 1/35 Construction type : Assembly kit Photo-etch parts : Included Decals : Included Special feature 1 : Wedge-shaped frontal area and large road wheels. Special feature 2 : Mechanically complicated suspension. Special feature 3 : Clear parts for headlight lenses. Special feature 4 : Officer and commander figures. Special feature 5 : Comes with 3 marking options.
1/20 Scale. This Brand new Balsa wood kit Guillows has a 24 1/2 inch wing span. Contains 150 laser cut balsa wood parts, stick stock, thread, tissue paper and step by step plans. We now sell the glue needed for the tissue paper just put glue or dope in the search box. Comes with pilot figure and a display stand. The back of the box is a cutout with the history of the aircraft thats fits on the display stand. Made in the USA!!! Skill level 2 to 3
Morris Style 14x14 Picture/Pillow kit. Kit comes with 14 count 100-percent poly/cotton mesh canvas, Chart and complete instructions. 100-percent cotton floss completes kit.
Balmoral Lodge | Department 56 Lighted Building
F-18C Hornet: This multi-mission warplane was designed and developed as both an attack aircraft and a fighter. F-18s flew over 9,000 missions during Operation Desert Storm. Sidewinder Missiles, 1,000 lb. Mark 83 bombs and centerline fuel tanks. Decals foe two Navy aircraft of Operation Desert Storm
EST3024 Phoenix Bird Model Rocket Kit by Estes
Standing 2 feet tall, the Phoenix Bird is the perfect big kit for the beginning rocketeer. Simple construction gets this Bird to the launch pad in a hurry. Everything about this kit is cool! From its simple construction to the really neat self-stick decals, the Phoenix Bird launches on standard Estes engines and can reach 550 feet.
Skill Level 1
Length: 24 in. (61 cm), Diameter: 1.33 in. (34 mm), Weight: 2.8 oz. (79 g), Recovery: 18 in. (46 cm) Parachute
Through-the-Tube Fin Assembly, High Quality Balsa Nose Cone, Self-stick Foil Decals, Laser cut Balsa Fins
Recommended Engines: B4-4, B6-4, C6-5
Max Altitude: 550 ft. (168 m)
Engines, launch system and building supplies sold separately
Model Rocket Kits are rated by Skill Level 1 Beginner 2 Intermediate 3 Advanced 4 Expert 5 Master If you are just starting in the hobby start at the beginner level and move up from there at your own pace. What is needed to build and fly All model rockets come in kit form that require assembly. The materials are primarily cardboard tubes, balsa or plastic fins and nose cone. Materials will vary by model and are typically specified in the description of each kit. Additional supplies will be necessary to build and finish your model rocket kit and may include: Scissors, Hobby Knife Ruler Wood Glue, Model Cement or CA(Super Glue) Sandpaper Masking Tape Finishing Supplies like: Wood Filler Sealer/Primer Paint Launching Equipment and Supplies like: Recovery wadding Launch Pad Launch Controller Power supply Model Rocket Motors and Igniters A safe place to fly using guidelines from the National Association of Rocketry Safety Code that can be found at http://www.nar.org/NARmrsc.html
1:12 scale pre-painted metal model kit.
The Treaty of Versailles concluded after Germany's defeat in World War I stipulated that the German Army should not consist of more tha 100,000 officers and men nor possess even tanks or armoured cars. Under these circumstances, the Reichswehr paid it attention to motorcycles (kraftrad or krad) as a successor to cavalry orderly and bicycle orderly, and started to concentrate its energies upon production of cars, transport lorries and motorcycles for mechanization of fighting troops. Motorcycles among others were first used as the main body of mechanized troops since they had such advantages that they were relatively inexpensive and those developed for non-military use could be used as they were. It was the BMW Model R75 having tough body and reverse gear that appeared at this point of time and displayed excellent ability. BMW's traditional 2-cylinder flat engine of 746cc had a maximum output of 26hp and gave the 400kg motorcycle with a sidecar a maximum speed of 95km/h. Carrying an MG34 or sometimes even at trench mortar on its sidecar, the R75 served as the spearhead of attacks and showed activity. It was also used by the Waffen S.S. which guarded Hitler. A large number of the R75 were employed by the Afrika Korps under the command of General Rommel and stood battles in severe, hot deserts, which raised its reputation further.
Holds fibers for easy identification while keeping threads flat and tangle free. Attached magnetic holder keeps needles handy. Package contains (3) 11 x 2-3/4 Cards. Each card holds up to 20 colors.
On holidays, special days, or every day, avid collectors and beginners enjoy decorating with miniature pieces from the classic Charles Dickens tale, "A Christmas Carol." Inspired by the cobblestone streets, gas street lamps, and horse-drawn carriages of 19th century, the "Christmas Carol" collection is a beloved one from Department 56. Visit Belle's House and meet the Cratchits with lighted buildings and accessories. The "Glensford School" is crafted of porcelain and hand-painted. Introduced in December, 2008, this piece measures 7-1/2 by 5-1/2 by 8 inches.
Each building and accessory in a Department 56 village collection is a beautiful combination of authenticity, whimsy, and enchanting touches designed to warm hearts and homes. Artists develop a town plan for each village, then every detail is carefully thought through and drawn. Sculptors create three-dimensional wax sculptures using skilled hand artistry that results in an incredible level of detail. Each piece is molded by hand. All buildings and accessories are fired for several hours at high temperatures to provide the highest quality and durability. Shrinkage during the firing is planned into the design to accommodate things like die cast details and electric motors. Each building and accessory is painted by hand and then fired a second time to give more durability to the color finish.
Finished pieces are carefully packed in protective foam and shipped, after passing a drop test to meet strict quality control standards. The packaging for each piece is custom designed and is meant for long-term use as protection and storage for when pieces are not on display. To care for and clean pieces, use a soft brush or feather duster to remove surface dust. Using a hair dryer on a low, cool setting, or using canned air (used to clean computer components) is also effective to remove dust. Do not use a liquid spray, water, or a soapy water solution to clean pieces, as this may damage the finish. If minor repairs are needed, Super Glue gel formula is recommended as a repair agent. Please be sure to remove all other adhesives before repairing. Old adhesives can be safely removed by using a hairdryer to soften the old glue.
The flagship of France's galley fleet during the 17th century, the La RÃ©ale entered service in 1694. Ornately painted and decorated with magnificent gilded carvings, she was the pride of the French Navy. The La RÃ©ale was also much larger than other galleys of the time. It took over 300 people to row her 53 large oars! Of course, this considerable manpower allowed the La RÃ©ale to reach speeds up to six knots. This easy-to-build kit features textured sails, built-in armaments, 53 oars and authentic flags. Skill level: 2 Scale: 1:450 Length: 148 mm Height: 100 mm Parts: 22