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.