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cwobeaman

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  1. I am just catching up with your build and it looks great! I have one in my stash too hope to get to it in 2019 as a prelude to building the 312 T3 and T4’s awaiting in the stash.... As for the rivets, I LOVE the look of tiny pins heads for rivets, but I’ll admit right up front that is is a long arduous task to clip, drill, set each one. I hope you’re happy with the Archer transfers and look forward to seeing the results once you hit that red with clear and polish. ‘Keep your legs moving’ brother, it’s looking good! S/F, Gunner B
  2. I really love the paint, the engine, and the photos! Well executed brother... S/F, Gunner B
  3. Clean and convincing Matt!! S/F, Gunner B
  4. Matt, Thank you for sharing your ‘recipe’ with us. Looks great and I can tell you that you’ve challenged me... S/F, Gunner B
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    LaFerrari

    Thank you kind a Sir! I have seen/heard too where some have good results with the Testors Black Rubber... I have heard of it being used on dashes like this, but extensively throughout interiors because of its ‘scale’ appearance with regard to texture. I’ll do a spoon work-up before shooting the dash I’m not CF’ing (I’m building multiples) and I’ll be sure to credit you in the post. Again thank you and I may DM you with some other questions going forward. At your leisure; of course. S/F, Gunner B
  6. Interested to know what color/brand paint and clear you used? Also, I’m struggling to find the right paint for the dash...
  7. cwobeaman

    Enzo Ferrari

    Interested to know what color/brand paint and clear you used? Also, I’m struggling to find the right paint for the dash...
  8. Interested to know what color/brand paint and clear you used? Also, I’m struggling to find the right paint for the dash...
  9. Do you still have the photos somewhere? The links are broken on this thread.
  10. Interested to know what brand clear you used? Also, I’m struggling to find the right paint for the dash...
  11. Do you still have the photos somewhere? The links are broken.
  12. Interested to know what color/brand paint and clear you used? Also, I’m struggling to find the right paint for the dash...
  13. What color/brand and clear did you use on these if you know? The Modena looks markedly different to me.. Also, I’m struggling with what paint to do the dashes in.
  14. What color/brand paint and clear did you use on the body?
  15. cwobeaman

    LaFerrari

    What did you use on the dashboard?
  16. What colors did you paint and clear this with?
  17. Dave, Did you paint those valve covers with a flat clear over Ferrari Red? S/F, Gunner B
  18. Getting to work on Momma to-do list so I can work on my own things :(

  19. Looks amazing.... I'm following! I've dealt with Ted for small items that cross over into the 1:12 and 1:24 world that he stocks. He is very knowledgeable and communication was great back and forth. I highly recommend all scales at least check him out.
  20. Question for you on the Hobby Design P/E and you may think I'm crazy.... Where do part 1 and 2 go? The instruction sheet depicts [bottom center of page just above the rotor diagram] cutting out what looks like a vent in the C pillar (if there such a thing on a Ferrari 458). I'm stumped... Any other P/E tips you have for this set also would be nice. Thanks, Shannon
  21. The Galaxie team are producing models much like them moebius team....They are amazing and I really wish revell wound take some lessons from the two upstart companies that are proving that things can be built right.
  22. I love the Galaxie builds. My hey are are of the detail and quality found in Tamiya and Moebius...
  23. See the Galaxie releases of the '46-'48 Chevrolet Sedan and Sedan delivery... Unmatched details and unlimited custom ideas.
  24. Galaxie models are among my favorite. I would rather build a Galaxiem or Moebius over any other kit...
  25. I'm building two of them....they are by far them most detailed models I have ever seen. Pricey when first release, but have seen them down to $26 dollars direct from Galaxie recently. I really wish that Revell would adopt the quality and attention to detail that Galaxie and Moebius have. It would begin an new era within the hobby for sure. I'm slapping some HoK inca Gold on one of them this weekend and really look forward to every Galaxie or Moebius release.
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