Mr.Zombie

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  • Location Danmark
  • Full Name Adam

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  1. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic any rust out there   


    That is absolutley fantastic! Great job!

    Here's some of my works:






  2. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1973 Mercury Cougar "barn find"   

    Very convincing, especially the rear quarters.
  3. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic '50 Olds Custom...   

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWW! Incredible. Absolutley incredible!
  4. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic Revell 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona   

    Very awesome!
  5. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1957 Dodge D501   

    Oh, wow...
  6. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic Chevy Nova "Beverly Hills Cop" Revell 1/25   

    AWESOME! Supergood! I'm a fan.
  7. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic Ed Roth "Beatnik Bandit" Custom Show Rod   

    Add a black wash to the belt guard and valvecovers to get some depth. You forgot the little antennas on top of the "mudguards", just above the headlights.

    I like the paintjob, I'm not very fond of the wheels as this car never had others than the ones with babymoons...

    Being my favourite car of all times, I own the kit, but don't think I'll ever have the balls to actually build it...
  8. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1960 Plymouth Wagon, Johan   

    Fantastic!
  9. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1984 Ford Transit by Esci   

    Thanks, I try my very best.

    The fact that the rust is on the model is where it's at on the real car is a part of the reality ilusion. The model rusts where it would in the real life, thus helping me to cheat you into the whole reality deal.
  10. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1959 Chevy 4-door sedan. Revell/Promolite/Scratch   

    Dunno, where the roof I got is from, or if it's a copy of whatnot. It just fits as you can see.
  11. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1959 Chevy 4-door sedan. Revell/Promolite/Scratch   

    Jo Han's kits are wrong as they are scaled to fit a certain size box.

    Get in touch with Tom, he'll send you a roof that fits. In retrospective, the next time I'd do that conversion I'll use a convertible to do so.

    Might be that Tom would cast it, but I don't really want to send it off, wait, get back, blabla. And who knows if I even did a good enough job crafting the roof on. I certainly did a good job for what I'll do with it, but good enough for a product regardless of how low the quantity might be?
    Besides, I already filled the side trim holes, and that how I needed it, what to do with it now? Fill the rest? Rip it out? No Sir. Not gonna' happen.
  12. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1959 Chevy 4-door sedan. Revell/Promolite/Scratch   


    Ummm... No?
  13. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1984 Ford Transit by Esci   

    To be honest, the weathering I learned on cars. I began with it because I suck at painting clean and shiny surfaces...
  14. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1957 Chrysler 300C   

    What a nutty perfect coat of paint! Awesome!
  15. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1959 Chevy 4-door sedan. Revell/Promolite/Scratch   

    I can't cast ... Can you?

    I was scared of failing too, but I thought for quite a while and I came up with a solution that was quite easy and with minimal sanding and filling. It took me only two evenings to get the roof on the Revell body.