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RustedBronco

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About RustedBronco

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    MCM Friend
  • Birthday 12/28/1967

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    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/25

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    Saint John
  • Full Name
    Ken Drost

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    Adrien Drost

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  1. silver is a hard color to spray and make look good, you did a great job at it. You keep improving with every build. Great job!
  2. Great build. Love the gas cap, used to see that custom gas cap in the day. I had a truck with that custom gas cap in high school.
  3. Awesome work. Love the color. Your paint work has come a long way. I love it and keep up the good work.
  4. Love the Mopars. I agree with the others, BEST YET. Keep up the good work!
  5. Nice work!!!!!! Well put together.
  6. Very nice! Nothing but love for big MOPAR with white inside! Great job!
  7. Looks good. Silver colors are hard to paint, you did awesome! Keep up good work.
  8. Great job. Excellent weathering!
  9. I bought a similar one from Princess Auto three years ago. Use bulk filter media, from HVAC supply companies, cut to size. Works great.
  10. Nice looking car. After big Dodges these are also my favorite cars. Heck all big muscle cars are my love!
  11. Nice job. I am a MOPAR fan. Love those colors!
  12. Spraying acrylics is different from enamels. I was told, from someone on here, to thin the Aztec paints a little more. Keep the air pressure as low as possible, higher air pressures seem to dry it before getting to model. Keep a Qtip with Acrylic cleaner handy to clean brush tip off. During long spraying sessions the outside of tip will get paint drying over end of it. I use small amount of Vallejo Flow Improver in paint. Temperature and humidity seems to effect it more than enamels. The best tip would be to practice, practice and more practice, keep in mind that it is different that enamel. But will not stink your work area up and dries fast. Use your respirator. Hope this provides a starting point.
  13. Getting close to completion. Revell 427 Corvette and Ford 4X4. Painted with Aztec paints. Slowly getting better at spraying acrylics. Comments welcome.
  14. WOW! Not sure if that's a model or real car. Great detail work.
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