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jaxenro

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    Georgia USA
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    Joel axenroth

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  1. Will do am doing my Cobra interior in it to replicate black leather
  2. Has anyone ever used acrylic gesso on interior seats and the like? I used to use it to prime metal war game figures and used to basically just glop it on without thinning. It would look really horrible like you’d dipped the figure in paint and was a big blob but then magically overnight it shrank down tight as a drum and all the details popped back out. I was thinking the black version would replicate a black leather interior really well with a coat of semi gloss clear over it this is a quick video someone did you can actually see it shrinking down in time lapse
  3. Isn’t that a thing of beauty. The bare aluminum finish really highlights the clean lines of the early 289 cobras so if I am relying on rattle cans what’s the best aluminum paint?
  4. Makes sense I was thinking of aircraft but they have panel lines. Am doing a 289 cobra
  5. I am sure this has been done but has anyone used BMF to cover the entire body to look like unpainted aluminum? If so any tips? I was looking for one here but no luck so far finding it
  6. That's the joy of 3D I can offer any scale but probably will do 1/24 and 1/25 to start
  7. Just some shots of the preliminary Model T Engine 3D model masters. The Frontenac parts are in progress
  8. I didn't know if it was acceptable to post I didn't think really and yes i will ship to Canada
  9. I started a Kickstarter to see if I can raise a little capitol for my resin Model T wheels. I would be really pleased if anyone would be willing to share the link
  10. Glad it worked out. I don't think I would even try resin casting here with the humidity levels we have. Some days the air is so thick you can almost chew it
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