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About Slimguy1

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    MCM Member
  • Birthday 09/11/1955

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  • Scale I Build
    1959 Eldorado

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  • Location
    Long Beach
  • Full Name
    David Hanson
  1. Thank you Richard...soo happy to be part of the community
  2. Gentleman...I am so appreciative of the advice you have given me. For Many of you, I have viewed some of your exceptional work in the "under glass" posting section so I know you all speak from experience. I am excited about trying out your suggestions. Many many thanks to all of you.
  3. Yes I was worried that the lacquer dullcoat might result in some compatibility issues.
  4. Good suggestion Ace. I have been reading so much about paint compatibility my head is spinning!! Agree that I should paint some sprue or a spoon with the two acrylic paints then try out the spray.
  5. Thanks Ray for that suggestion. I was thinking about heading out to the hardware store this week...will pick up a can of that for sure.
  6. A big hello from David in So Cal. Just got into the scale model car building hobby and have only completed two builds. I have to say the learning curve is steep at the moment and looking at some of the completed builds that you guys have posted on this site, I am truly impressed by your skills. While I do not expect to ever get to the skill level reached by many of the participants on this site, it will be a fun ride to see the progression of my work. Thanks to everyone for making this a great site. I have learned quite a bit just in the short time I have been reading it. All those in So Cal say hi...would love to chat with you. David
  7. Thanks for the suggestions Snake. I have Testors spray lacquer dullcoat. Will that work with he acrylic? The acrylic paint has dried now for 72 hours.
  8. I have just gotten into the scale model building hobby a few months ago and I am now on my third build. I just painted an interior with Tamiya and Vallejo acrylic paints and to my eye the interior looks off because the paint is much to glossy. Any suggestions on how I can dull the gloss so it looks more like vinyl or leather without ruining the paint? Thanks guys any suggestions would be very much appreciated.p