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Member Since 28 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 26 2014 07:54 PM
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I'm getting pretty scared and worried right now...

17 May 2014 - 09:38 PM

So, my mom is having some serious problems with her. Being a type two diabetic and can't walk much doesn't help, either. Also being run over the shoulder by a 75 Impala back in 1998 has pretty much messed her back up. She hasn't been able to walk very far without the aid of her wheel chair. Now, she's telling my that her kidneys are failing. She's talking about death like it's casual conversation. Going over her funeral plans just as casually as if I were talking to a friend on facebook. I fear that I might not have my mom much longer and honestly, I wouldn't know what to do without her. She is the glue that's holding my life together right now.

I'm scared that I might wake up one day and find her lifeless and I'm fighting back tears every time I think about it. I know this isn't really the place to be talking about this kind of stuff, but it makes me feel better getting it out.


Italeri to re-release Revell Ford Aeromax!

22 September 2013 - 11:17 PM

http://www.megahobby...06modelkit.aspx

 

I've been looking for one of these for a good while now!

 

RYAN.


Polishing paint?

09 August 2013 - 11:31 PM

I have been experimenting with different types of paints lately. I have sprayed a couple and put a few coats of clear over it. I was wondering if there's a specific method of polishing out the paint to get that mirror shine. I hear a lot of guys say they polish the paint after a gloss coat. But I can't find a method that works for me. The reason I ask is that I look at Tim Ahlborn's truck models and the paint finish is ridiculously good.

do you wet sand the clear coat to polish it out or is there some magic science behind it? I really want to make my models look better, so I'll take all the help I can get. Thanks,

 

RYAN.