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BeakDoc

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About BeakDoc

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    MCM Regular

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  • Are You Human?
    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/24, 1/25

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  • Location
    Atlanta
  • Full Name
    Chris Groah
  1. Wonderful job. Love that color.
  2. '48 Ford Woody

    Wow! Goergeous.
  3. 1966 Revell GTO....

    Another beautiful build, good sir. Your craftsmanship never disappoints.
  4. That’s awesome. Great detail on the truck, almost seems a shame to cover it up with mud and dirt, but it works. Great diorama all the way around.
  5. 1960 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport

    Beautiful detail work.
  6. Murphy was right!

    -The more BMF a model requires, the better it works. When a model needs minimal BMF the foil gives you fits.
  7. Golf etiquette/honesty

    I’ve been avidly playing this silly game for 15 years (and still no stranger to the occasional Mulligan). Philosophically speaking, fudging the score hurts himself more than his counterparts. How will he know if he’s improving if he keeps an inaccurate score? Is there even any motivation to improve if he feels he can manipulate the scorecard? I feel he’s mostly cheating himself until league play or skins are in the equation. In that scenario, I feel like he should be confronted, tactfully and respectfully. Unfortunately, we are still judged by the company we keep. That’s my 2 cents anyways.
  8. 1953 Crown Victoria....

    Gorgeous!
  9. 1964 Dodge 330 - 2JZ Twin Turbo

    May not be OOB but it is certainly outside the box. Really sharp build all the way around. I applaud the imagination and the skill to pull it off. Also, I love those wheels.
  10. MPC-ERTL Ice Cream Truck

    That’s a neat little show rod. Great work all the way around. Extra sprinkles please....
  11. '66 Fairlane GT

    Fine piece of work.
  12. '68 Charger R/T

    For my money, it doesn’t get any better than a gen 2 Charger. Yours is a beautiful representation. Great color choice.
  13. More than one car with the same name

    Plymouth and Talbot Horizon
  14. 69 Mercury Cougar

    Looks great! I’ve been itching to put a vinyl top on something. When I find the right candidate, I hope it turns out close to as good as yours.
  15. You are absolutely right about the spots on the wheels. Normally I would cut them from the sprues before painting. I took a short-cut and regret it. After I cut them from the sprue upon drying, I realized I had nary a drop of Big Bad Blue with which to touch up the bare spots. I used a semi-gloss clear because I wasn’t trying to build a show truck. We share the same theory there, my friend. As for choosing not to wet sand it out, I make no excuses, that was pure laziness on my part. Something I also regret. I always appreciate constructive tips, pointers and criticism, Christian. How else will we grow or continue to improve our builds? Thank you for taking the time to do so. 🙂