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D Fowler

Member Since 05 Feb 2008
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In Topic: Ed Roth Outlaw

14 April 2013 - 03:31 PM

Thank you for the advice on the decals.  I'll try the warm water trick next time!


In Topic: Ed Roth Outlaw

05 April 2013 - 03:10 PM

Fantastic!  The front wheels are amazing, for sure.  I'm wondering how you got the decals to lay down so nice.  They're quite a task.


In Topic: 2012 iHobby show - Round2 2013 Announcements

13 October 2012 - 03:48 PM

I think this is the Manta-ray. Kinda spendy if this is it: http://www.structomodels.com/

In Topic: Help me understand why some of you guys like kits like these

28 May 2012 - 09:17 AM

Post # 33, 2nd paragraph.


Yes, I read it. I hope that some of the examples being shared demonstrate that these types of models can have every bit of passion and craftsmanship that an accurate reproduction of an existing subject has. In fact, I think it takes a lot of creativity to realize something that doesn't exist. After 5 pages of responses, I suspect you're not being swayed, so I'd just say let people enjoy the hobby the way they want, but I think you'll be missing out on some great ideas and techniques.

In Topic: Help me understand why some of you guys like kits like these

28 May 2012 - 08:14 AM

Wrong! See my answer to Harry in post # 33. I'll finish off this thread later when my guests are gone.


I'm curious why the question was asked at all, then. You can build whatever you want. Why does it matter what other people do? These 'toon and show cars display a lot of imagination, craftsmanship, and passion. I don't think they lessen the hobby in any way, and, in fact, enrich it.