Thanx for the compliments. I'm stoked you all dug it!
I've only been back to modeling for less than 5 years so I'm still at the stage where a project involves lots of new techniques or perfecting those with which I've only recently gotten comfortable. This project was especially satisfying that way because it involved a lot of fine detail work and an overall clean look. In particular, since I can't use CA (I'm hyper allergic to it) I've been teaching myself to use very small amounts of 5 minute epoxy in the same way I once used CA. There was a lot of that on this build and mastering it allowed for more detail, which suits the rail dragster style quite well. And for once there wasn't the usual high drama during the last 10% or so of the build where I discover thumbprints, paint flaws, fit problems, missed parts, etc. This one seemd to want to build itself for whatever reason...
So thanx again to you all for the kind words and interest,
Edited by Bernard Kron, 15 July 2013 - 02:03 PM.