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Funkychiken

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    Billericay, England
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    Atin Mistry

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  1. Nissan 300 zx ,tamiya

    sweet!!!!
  2. 1969 Z28 RS

    Beautiful!
  3. Aoshima Blancpain Lamborghini

    Excellent build!
  4. Ferrari 348 tb - Hasegawa

    will be following along, this is a great kit! & a great car. looks great so far
  5. Cool! I'll try this today!
  6. When to remove masking tape?

    One other comment to add here is that you shoudl rub down the tamya tape well after application - especially around raised or lowered profiles and contours around the body. sometimes paint will seep under the masking tape edge if it's applied too heavy - and the tape has not been rubbed down well. just make sure that the base coat was cured well first - or it'll peel off when you remove the tape...
  7. Hi All, I have a Hasegawa Touring car kit, and it came with these tyre transfers. Does anyone have an idea about how they are applied? They are not decals - as can be seen in the image, they are reversed. They remind me of the "rub on" fake tattoos that we had when we were kids... so I tried to "rub" a section of it onto a surface, it did not come away at all (you can see the "A" in a circle on the bi that's been cut away had been rubbed). There is no mention of them in the instruction manual, and no references I could find on-line. thanks for the help!!!!
  8. Peugeot 206 WRC'03 - Tamiya

    Coming along nicely, I like the details!
  9. Tamiya Ferrari 360 Modena

    It's a beatiful kit, and your flocking and body paint look excellent!
  10. Hasegawa BMW 318i Touring Car Longhurst B&H version

    I have made a lot of progress - amongst packaing (to move house soon), a vacation (to Dubrovnik) and 2 business trips, one to Dearborn USA, and one to Istanbul in Turkey... been busy! The body was primed - several light coats of tamiya White primer over Zero grey primer Then the whole body was coated in a few coats of Zero White Then masked as shown & sprayed yellow. I used Camel Yellow from Zero, it came out a bit more orange than the images show, but it's close enough. Unfortunately, the Microsol was not able to make these after-market decals conform. I've got wrinkles & air pockets near raised moulding detail. Now, I'll admit I did apply them over the Zero Base coats - and not over a clear. How ever, I've done that before with no issue. I have used soooo much microsol, and sooo much hair drying - that I managed to warp the body (because I left the body in the spring-loaded tamiya paint stand, and it bowed out!) However, I plan to cut the bubbles and have another go at it with microsol Some of you may notice that I also messed up with the positioning of the transition from white to yellow. Now the racing number is half yellow & half whit - it should be all yellow, I think I'll make up for it by adding a decal over it that's yellow... Need some advise though - what do you reckon - paint the clear first then add te 2nd side's decal? or just try the same with the other side? Also - does anyone know of a stronger decal conforming product? thanks!
  11. Tamiya 2017 NSX with LB Worx kit

    Fantastic start!
  12. 1967 Ford Shelby GT350

    A lovely car, and a great build!
  13. Ferrari 275P/360M Mongrel

    I love that this freak car has a back story! Skilful build!
  14. Boss 302 Mustang

    Excellent colour choice!
  15. Aoshima ‘75 Nissan Laurel 2000SGX KHC130 Shaktan!

    Fantastic build, love the stance!