PITBOSSBRONCO

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  • Website URL http://s222.photobucket.com/albums/dd105/1979-ford/

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  • Scale I Build 1/24-1/25

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  • Location Dirty Jersey U.S.A.

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  1. PITBOSSBRONCO added a post in a topic New Stuff @ Bandit Resins !   

    you guys make some nice stuff


    you goin to make the 78 ford grill with circle headlights and a cowl hood for the 78 79 bronco and f350 from modle king
  2. PITBOSSBRONCO added a post in a topic Making Mud   

    weathing has alot of different aspects

    but anything you want to know just ask if i know it ill deffinlty try to give you as much help as i can
  3. PITBOSSBRONCO added a post in a topic Drag Boat 1/25 > Coming Soon   

    hell yeah Don let me know when those boats come out I am deffintly in on buying one of those

    Did you get the rockwells yet
  4. PITBOSSBRONCO added a post in a topic Making Mud   

    no problem man i will be posting more tips and tricks throught the week ive done a few dioramas for myself and some freinds in g scale on trains so if you need any help feel free to email me and ill do my best to give you as much info as possible
  5. PITBOSSBRONCO added a post in a topic Roll Bars Tube Frame Work Side Steps   



    yeah thats pretty much it no kinks no boiling water no open flame to bend the styrene and screw it up or melt it
  6. PITBOSSBRONCO added a topic in Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials   

    Roll Bars Tube Frame Work Side Steps
    ok this is simple forget that method of heating things and bending them and screwing up parts and wasting money!!

    from your hobby store

    get the desired size tubing you are going to use

    get brass rod the fits snuggly to loosly inside this really does not matter nobody will see the rod

    insert the brass rod

    and bend to desired angle with pliers or your fingers

    to attach one section to the next i use crazy glue

    its quick and it holds any exess can be sanded later before painting

    i will post pics in my album later this week
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  7. PITBOSSBRONCO added a topic in Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials   

    Making Mud
    3 to 4 tablespoons spackle- maybe more maybe less but thats what it looked like

    one small can flat brown paint- testors

    1 tablespoon water- maybe more maybe less but thats what it looked like

    some disposable chopstix- to mix use whatever you got

    one quarter inch brush- this item is junk after, this so dont use an expensive one

    one can of clear coat not top gloss-for protection it sealseverything

    hairdirer- on cool. spackle in thin layers dries fast

    mix all the liquids i used an empty cat food can as mixxing tray

    apply with paint brush -

    FIRST- I had my model apart I found it to be easier this way remember mud goes everywhere.

    1. do a thin layer first kinda brown the truck/or dry brush

    2. use hair drier to harden one layer to apply another on top

    3. with the brush"here is where it might get messy" get a glob of mud

    4. dab and twist the mud on around the wheel wells to create build up

    5. hit it with the drier make it tacky not dry

    6. do the same thing all over the truck until you have the desired mud effect

    7. apply clear coat when EVERYTHING IS DRY

    if you mask out the windsheild remember to remove the masking tape as soon as you are done with the mud or the mud will crack it is only spackle



    I hope this is helpfull to anyone who needs it here is some pics of the 72 chevy I mudded with this method <BR>
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