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About misterNNL

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  • Birthday 10/24/1942

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  • Scale I Build 1/25 th

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  • Location Jackson Center, OH
  • Full Name Tom Woodruff

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  1. misterNNL added a post in a topic Zombie hunter diorama   

    Looks good. Great weathering and shading work is obvious. My only suggestion would be to set your diorama in an area where the background is less distracting when photographing  it.Draping a light colored bed sheet behind it might work.
  2. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1927 Ford Model T Dump Truck   

    Neat to see rare and unusual kits being built and displayed. Thanks.
  3. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1921 Ford Model T Flatbed Truck   

    Thanks for sharing this unique kit and build with us.
  4. misterNNL added a post in a topic Moebius Comet... Wild Bubbletop Show Rod   

    I'm going to enjoy watching where your creative mind takes you with this build.
  5. misterNNL added a post in a topic Back at it after 34 years   

    Glad to hear that you are building again. If there ever was a golden era in model building it is right now. The talent and willingness of the forum members to share ideas and techniques is really refreshing. What do you like to build ?
  6. misterNNL added a post in a topic Greeting from Hungary   

    Welcome to the best forums around. The people here will  be able to help you with any questions you might have concerning model building.
  7. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1912 Ford Model T Pickup   

    Nice to see something from the brass era on the forums . Thanks for sharing.
  8. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1905 White Steamer   

    Thanks for sharing this piece of really early modeling history. Any pictures of the finished car.
  9. misterNNL added a topic in Wanted!   

    state travel decals
    I am still looking to complete a 1940's travel trailer model I finished this year by adding some state travel window decals.I have heard that some were included in both the Ford Talladaga and Revell Mercury woodie kit decals sheets.Any help appreciated.I do not want the whole decal sheets,just the state travel decals.Thanks for our help !
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  10. misterNNL added a post in a topic 1925 dodge - Body mods begin   

    This is one of those projects I enjoy checking on every day. Carefully planned work is certainly paying off here.
  11. misterNNL added a post in a topic K&R Kustoms+Rods SLINCOLN COUPE   

    If this can be finished to look like the illustration shown it will make a very cool model. In primer the hood looks too long. Keep in cartoonish low and in a dark color and those two factors will contribute to a better finished look.
  12. misterNNL added a post in a topic 29 Model A 823c   

    Beautifully done model. There aren't very many unsaid positives here,glad to took the time to document your progress and share the end results with us.
  13. misterNNL added a post in a topic Styrene sheet for race trailers   

    By "cut-off" I mean small pieces left over after they cut large sheets to size for other customers. Kind of of like buying carpet remnants where partial rolls are available at bargain prices.
    The builders I mentioned were planning 53' long race car haulers and were not wanting to butt splice a series of smaller sheets to reach that length and maintain a seamless look.
  14. misterNNL added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Styrene sheet for race trailers
    I am going to be in Lima,Ohio soon and remember two builders of race car transport trailers who were looking for extra long sheets of styrene for their projects. There is a plastic distributor in Lima that offers large sheets occasionally. I would like hear from those builders to find out sheet sizes and thickness they are looking for. I will look to see what they have and the price involved.
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  15. misterNNL added a post in a topic Couldn't help it   

    Can you believe that dude is trying to pull that load in that kind of weather......with no gloves on ?