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  • Birthday 03/22/1983

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  1. '68 charger

    some progress on this one.
  2. yeah, no need to thin it if you wanna just use a paint brush.
  3. my thinner is this, 50% blue windshield wiper fluid / 50% water and a few drops of glycerin, then I use that 50/50 with the craft paint. some colors need more some need less really just gotta mess around to find what works for you and your airbrush setup. if you like to make super shiny builds i would stick with normal spray bombs
  4. thanks, those decals come in the kit and It has another option of "reds orchard " in red lettering
  5. Thanks, for oils I just use 2 colors mainly white and raw umber, also some paynes grey to add in shadows here and there and on any chrome parts. I never thin my oil paint though just use neat for the tube and clear coat over every step with duplicolor acrylic enamel gloss spray bombs. No drying time needed.
  6. some progress on this revell kit, craft paints and oils
  7. thought I'd toss this kit together for a quick build. decent kit kind of a like diecast though with the screw on chassis the main weakness of the kit is the decals and lack of decals. the pin stripes fit nice. but a few are missing, there is no "trans-am" words. and the big bird on the hood is in some kinda dark purple color not black... that's the biggest disappointment to me. anyway who cares it still looks cool lol
  8. thanks guys, the color is called "flame" its a craftsmart paint
  9. finished up this one. craft paint and weathering with artist oils.
  10. next step, window detailing
  11. very nice! never seen this kit before, will have to keep an eye out for it
  12. finally got this kit, pretty nice overall here's my progress on it so far, I didn't bother with any engine or anything glued hood shut and glued roof on
  13. Photobucket Problems

    Facebook is much easier to share on, to bad the forum doesn't have a sister Facebook page. Instagram is also great. Since I started using them I pretty much stopped using forums.
  14. Ford Woody

    thanks, those are just from the local birch tree. Just grab a bunch of the seed pods off it, those are inside.
  15. Ferguson Tractor

    thanks!, the hat is from the revell smokey & the bandit trans-am kit