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JTRACING

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 03/21/1870

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    JT

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  1. Thanks! Just wanted to confirm so I can find the right decal for the engine
  2. Can someone tell me if the engine in this kit a 396? The kit says it’s a 409 and all the decals and badges say 409 but the kits engine is clearly not a 409 with the heads and valve covers not being the distinct shape of those. Thanks.
  3. Started adding some “dust” effects and filters using oil paints
  4. I like their kits, a little delicate with small parts though, I have another version of this bulldozer with the blade and had a part that was broken in the kit, they not only replaced the one part but sent me the entire sprue as a replacement.
  5. Been working on this one, finally got some base layers of paint and chipping applied. Next steps is the weathering and oil paint layers
  6. super clean build! nice work
  7. Agree, anytime I try to suggest using craft supplies they all say oh but to get the best results you need to use such and such name lol. Or they don't take my work seriously for some reason. Really they just rebrand exsisting stuff that can be found for cheap. They are great for the hobby and all but I'd rather spend my money on my nice mustang gt sitting in my driveway not some pigments for my models lol.
  8. I just use craft acrylics and cheap artist oil paints. I don't use any fancy techniques I just kind of build things up in layers. I clear coat with duplicolor gloss in between each painting stage and in the end I just spray it with liqutex Matt varnish. You don't need to spend a fortune on gimmick products.
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