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eddrick wrote: Ha, relative kit cost sounds similar to what you'd expect with aero kits. Should expect it really as wood, glue & paper with ink on is fairly cheap, whereas paint, decals & twiddly bought-in detaily bits aren't. Completely the opposite with steam engine casting kits, it's the drawings/plans that do the money-sucking with those!
Wonder what's in that resin then - 1:1 mix suggests epoxy (Does it smell fishy?) but the "You can sand it" bit in the destructions suggests it's not.
Have you thought about doing your own printed roundels? - I've been getting some really good results from the waterslide inkjet printable decal sheets that are more widely available now. If you get the cheapy stuff, it needs a thin coat of laquer to seal the ink in & make it waterproof, but waterslides are really thin anyway & cling to contours far better than any self-adhesive stuff