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BeakDoc

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About BeakDoc

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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. Rat-ish Rod

    Very, very cool. Kinda rat-rod meets steampunk. I really dig the creativity.
  2. New for 1953

    They are very easy on the eyes and your builds certainly captured the graceful styling of each.
  3. 62 Impala SS Converible

    Very nice looking ragtop, John.
  4. Masterfully done. Superb rendition of this kit.
  5. Seriously, that is an insanely gorgeous paint job. You picked the perfect name for the mixture as well. Beautiful build all around! Now I want pancakes for dinner.....
  6. 1970 Boss 429 Mustang

    She’s a beauty.
  7. 70 1/2 Z/28

    Never thought I’d get this one off the bench. The entire build was 3 steps forward, 2 steps back. I cannot blame the kit, it was all builder error. Other than being molded in that god-awful Day-Glo, hunter saftey orange the kit itself was pretty great, especially for $12 from Hobbylinc. I went with Pegasus Centerliners, 23” on the rear, 19” up front for the offset and nice rake. Still had to disassemble the front suspension and invert the spindles to get the stance I wanted. Also was my first time using embossing powder to simulate carpet. It’s hard to quantify how much that improves the overall detail of the interior. The color is Model Master Dark Cherry Pearl. Tips, pointers, suggestions and comments always welcome. Thanks for looking.
  8. 1957 Chrysler 300C

    Fine looking Chrysler, Jim! Looks great in white.
  9. Nissan 240ZG Fairlady (1/24 scale by Fujimi)

    Really sharp build. The metal rivets on the fender flares are a nice touch. Nicely detailed overall. I like the color combination too. I’d love to know what orange you used.
  10. Chrysler 300, white, Moebius.

    Classy looking 300.
  11. 57 chevy build

    I think your 57 looks outstanding! Great job on the two tone. There’s certainly a learning curve with some of the new products available when getting back into it after decades. I use both Molotow and BMF. I quite like BMF for almost all of the exterior stuff. Once I got the hang of the technique that works for me it became a breeze to use, but it took alot of trial and error. I use Molotow chrome for badges and script but I apply it with a sewing needle. A tedious process no doubt. Welcome back to the hobby and keep the great builds coming!
  12. Project Ventador SV , Completed.

    Man, I don’t see a thing wrong with it.
  13. 62 Buick Electra 225

    I love the classy, elegant lines of early 60s Buicks. This build captures them perfectly. I don’t think you could have chosen a better color combo. Superb build.
  14. 1953 Ford Sunliner

    Gorgeous build. Details, paint...everything. I think wire wheels look super sharp on her and I totally agree with you on the skirts.