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    i do genuinely wonder what goes on with the selection process, like I know ****-all about it of course, for all I know there's a crowd literally dying for a Prowler re-release but it seriously feels like they're just throwing darts at pictures on the wall.
  2. Thanks! And yep, it's a whole lot of hand drawn stuff in Photoshop on high-as-sin resolution pictures and scans of the bodies of the models, along with a bunch of measurements and whatnot, but mostly just wrist-powered drawing and re-drawing it five hundred times to try and get the curves correct. And some more additions: '91-'92 Firebird Formula/Firehawk: '82 Charger 2.2(bought some Shelby Daytona and Dodge Omni kits, figured I may as well do all of these along the Shelby models to join the already made Daytona Turbo sheet): '78 Caballero Diablo: '78-'88 Caballero 4.3(still in progress, gotta shave the wheel arches down some but its generally done):
  3. Wrapped up all the Monte Carlo SS models from '83 through '88 for Monogram kits in 1/24th, now gonna work backwards to get some sheets going for the Trumpeter '78 Monte Carlo and the MPC '78-'80 Monte Carlos. Then continue downscaling the El Camino sheets for the MPC kits and craft up a GMC Caballero Diablo sheet while I'm at it(it's 90% the same as the El Camino anyhow). Also while I'm trying to get a catalog going, I can atleast post the index from 1 through 70-something, so there's that. '83-'84 Monte Carlo SS: '85-'86 Monte Carlo SS: '87-'88 Monte Carlo SS: And the catalog index:
  4. Ahh that's cause I'm a dolt and just ripped a section from my catalog and just... forgot to even ever include the rest. The grand total's currently sitting at over seventy, the PDF's gonna be popping up rather soon too! And is there a Levi's Gremlin that looks different on the outside? I included some Levi fender badges but that's about all I could find on the Levi's other than the upholstery being literally pants. Granted, AMC's one of those brands I wish I knew more about but never had the time to dig really deep into. God I would just about kill for a proper '78 El Camino kit from MPC, they're so ungodly rare these days(well not counting the promos, but even they run new kit prices and I gotta double that price to ship it my way) so I just based the sheet on the Monogram El Camino instead. Though I could just use the '86 El Camino kit for the 1/25th measurements, just really wanna build one of the friggin' 78s for myself >.> The next thing on the El Camino list is to expand the sheets some with dashboard decals, grille Chevrolet badge and the reverse light section. Then I'm gonna finish up the Black Knight decals, downsize those to fit the MPC/AMT El Camino and do the same treatment to the '78 Super Sport and Royal Knight. Also for funsies, I love the stripes on the '87 Monte Carlo which I once tried to adapt onto a '86 El Camino to... mediocre success so I'm also gonna get me a set of inspired stripes started soon-ish.
  5. Yeppers, currently in the process of making the '72 AMC Gremlin X and a '72 Gremlin Randall 401-XR sheet, just trying to get it as accurate as possible without actually having a body(don't wanna spend forty bucks on a Jimmy Flintstone one just for the decals) is slowing me down some. But given I already got a '74 ready, it's literally just the stripes holding me back. Also to Dino, I really wanted to make a elaborate sheet for all sorts of under hood decals but quickly ran into the problem that the printer I use just doesn't have the color fidelity to do strongly detailed small-as-sin decals(unless its black, white, silver or gold, in which case its crisp as all sin!) so I quickly gave up on the idea. I got the designs at least, incase I run into a better source. Also more updates: 1980-1981 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 1983 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta: 1978 Chevrolet El Camino Super Sport: And one I'm actually kinda proud of, given I know ****-all about the subject - a decal sheet mimicking the very brief and kinda nifty advertisement from the 70s by Uniroyal. I made it for a '69 Nova given its a kit I may actually be able to buy given how rare and stupidly expensive MPC Ventura kits are but included all the Pontiac badges regardless(even the GTO ones): 1974 Pontiac Ventura Sprint/GTO Uniroyal Thrill Drivers(or '69 Nova, 'cuz why not):
  6. Looking for the Revell '83 Camaro Berlinetta(1/16th) instructions

    Its missing pages 6-7 but thats not a big deal as it seems its just the interior stuff, thanks to you I can get this done! Thank you so much for being so quick you legend <3
  7. Looking for the Revell '83 Camaro Berlinetta(1/16th) instructions

    You are a friggin' hero, Casy <3 Thank yoi!
  8. Bought the kit and it was in nearly brand new shape, buuuut of course it lacked the instructions. Normally I would figure it out but... I'd rather do this one right without having to disassemble the thing cause I did X before Y, not to mention the suspension set I could do with some instructions. Anyone happen to have a spare copy they'd be willing to scan or take some pictures of? I know it's a big ask, given it's last been produced in 1985.
  9. '02 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Collector Edition

    Aha, dangit I knew it! I went out of my way to try and keep the color on 'em, didn't even have to it turns out! Well atleast it's easily mended, thanks for the heads up Ron! I made 'em myself for funsies, given the last generation of the Firebird had literal annual releases through most of the nineties by AMT and partially Revell/Monogram, and even the anniversary editions got some love from Revell - however the '02 CE... just nothing. And yeppers they're for sale, though I do need to have more printed...
  10. One of mah decal projects' finally done now I finally got my friggin' decal sheets in the mail. Tried to accurately replicate the realsies thing, only problem being that the Revell kit comes with the single exhaust set up... Also, the kit's rare as sin these days and I happened to find a pre-owned kit that was still complete, however nearly everything had warped horribly, especially the body and the bumpers.
  11. Certainly will do, the sheets I've ordered apparently got lost in the mail(besides one which I had delivered by UPS, huzzah) so I'm stuck waiting for the friggin' replacements... Also I'm in the process of trying to design underhood decals, the ridiculously small ones are harder than I expected(the white bleeds into the black easily and makes it all incredibly muddy) but they'll be done soon! Well, for MOPAR at least. Anyway, some updates: '66-'73 MOPAR Showroom Plates: 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP: 1985 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am: 1988 Pontiac Firebird Formula 350: 1988 BMW M5 E34: 1978 Chevrolet El Camino Royal Knight(still in progress, for the most part) And here's what I got coming up rather soon, I'm working on getting a nice little PDF catalog going on that has the whole library in a bit of a... more structured sense. RKD34: ’66-’73 MOPAR Showroom License Plates(1/25) RKD35: AMC Air Cleaner Decals(’68-’78)(1/25) RKD36: 1970 Pontiac Bonneville(1/25) RKD37: 1988 BMW M5 E34(1/24) RKD38: 1988 BMW M5 E34 Tail Light Masks(1/24) RKD39: 1985 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am(1/24) RKD40: 1972 AMC Gremlin X(1/25) RKD41: 1972 AMC Gremlin Randall XR-401(1/25) RKD42: 1981 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28(1/24) RKD43: 1979 Chevrolet Nova Custom(1/25) RKD44: 1983 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta(1/25) RKD47: 1992 Chevrolet Beretta Z26(1/25) RKD49: 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Coupe(1/25) RKD50: 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Coupe Tail Light Masks(1/25) RKD51: 1980 Ford Bronco(1/24) RKD52: 1987-1988 Pontiac Firebird Formula 350(1/24) RKD53: 1978 Chevrolet El Camino Super Sport(1/24) RKD54: 1978 Chevrolet El Camino Royal Knight(1/24)
  12. Mopar plate decal 1/25

    I'll be on it, you want 'em to match the license plate holder size of the Revell Charger kit? Edit: Alrighty, made 'em in 1/25th scale from '66 through '73, with either a metallic silver background or just clear for those who can mimic the softer argent silver.
  13. Moar updates! Been working on some kits here and there, and got myself a few old MPC Volare promos to test-fire a bunch of stuff on sooooo... I reckon the whole Volare/Aspen line's gonna be done. '89-'91 Chevrolet S-10 Baja: '74 AMC Gremlin X: '78 Volare Super Coupe: '78 Dodge Aspen R/T: Also, I've branched out somewhat and uh... I figured I'd get a boatload of white letter tire decals for off-road tires in 1/24th scale, given I've got like six EXTREMELY similar Monogram 1/24th kits that all have the same tires: Mud King XT Steel Radial, BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A and Mud Terrain T/A, Goodyear Wrangler, Mudstar Radial M/T, Hercules Terra Trac M/T & Bridgestone Dueler A/T
  14. new for 2018

    Suppose its time to whip up a decal sheet to attempt making a '88 Spectrum out of it.
  15. new for 2018

    Totally. I adore these kinds of kits that just have these weird choices that anywhere else would've been ****canned so quick that it wouldnt have made it past the "fleeting mention" stage, not to mention Asian kits tend to have a build quality so good no matter the subject.