I agree and support your request for AMT to re-release the 1974 Camaro , it happened to be my 1st real car purchase. Even the Camaro has suffered from what I'll call "blind" engineering styling over the years I have remained a camaro fan. This generation hasn't disappointed , I look forward to building this release I ust purchased at the NNL Toledo.
Great looking model. I say this all the respect in the world. My question is , where do find all the time to complete the number of projects that you post here ? Your end results are truly a compliment to your skills, eye for detail and craftsmanship. I truly admire the work you do. This is coming from an observer who wishes he could just complete what I have in mind to do , not to mention wanting to detail as half as good as you. Keep up the good work.
Great looking model. It's real appeal is that you didn't load it up with photo-etched parts to give it a realistic look. The foreground & back ground effects make you take a close look to determine whether it's real or not.
Yes , I agree this is a very clean build. You applied a little more then basic detailing to render a good example clean building techniques and proved it doesn't take an abundance of photo etch & machined parts to have a awesome looking model. Thanks for sharing.
Amazing , how do you manage to have so many projects and complete them. I know part of the trick is to have them in various stages , but with the detail
you add , well it would make me stall for fear of not rendering an accurate depiction. I really admire your approach to scratch building parts. Keep up the good work. I'm jealous :-) you really help make this hobby great and enjoyable.
This is the first time I've responded to any subjects on this forum , but the craftsmanship exhibited is just amazing. I was not all that inspired to with the type
of car , seeing that I like muscle & drag subjects The techniques you have applied made it difficult not to write and say awesome work.