Mr.Zombie

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  • Location Danmark
  • Full Name Adam

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  1. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1977 GMC Sierra Wrecker   

    WOOOOOOW!
    These are exceptional! The subject, the build, the presentation! I love it! Absolutley awesome!
  2. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic Not a lot of model got built this year...   

    Super nice! I love how your paint finish comes out, and how clean they are. And what interesting subjects! Supercool.
  3. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic Revell 1929 Ford Model A Roadster   

    Wow, how clean!
  4. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic Adams 2015 builds...   

    Thanks Folks! Hope that I'll be able to show something next year too.
  5. Mr.Zombie added a topic in Under Glass   

    Adams 2015 builds...
    I'm a ridiculously slow builder, so it's a miracle that I was able to finish three models this year.
    First one was the VW bug, that kinda' sorta' counts as 2014, because most of it was done then. Nevertheless, finished after new years, so here it is:


     
    Then I managed to put together my Ford Transit that I began in January:

    And I finished the little Vespa from Tamiya:


     
    Not much, but it is something. It means that I have only three half finished projects, and that at least one of them will be done around January if I keep the pace...
    Have a good New Years folks!
     
     
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  6. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic The Hot Rod/Roadkill Crusher Camaro finished!   

    It needs a dent in the rear pan, right under the bumper on the drivers side.
  7. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic Ford Escort RS1800 8/12/15 Update   

    Can you still carefully draw/paint a very thin silver line around the Ford logo? It took me a while til I noticed, but there was something "wrong with it".
    Furthermore, these grilles were either with the middle stripe and a chromed frame, or all plastic in black. So either a frame around it or paint the silver stripes black. I'd go for the frame if you still can, and if it fits your documentation, it gives the car more character.
  8. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1984 Ford Transit / Esci / 1:24   

    Thanks. I'm rather appy with it too.
     
  9. Mr.Zombie added a topic in All the Rest   

    Vespa 50 S / TAMIYA / 1:24
    Hello,
    I build myself a Vespa. I used the old Tamiya kit "Campus Friends". The motorcycle consists of 7 kit parts, and 46 I made from scratch.
    Originally I planned to put it in the back of my recently finished Ford Van  (http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/topic/108150-1984-ford-transit-esci-124/), but now I'm not sure. Kind of like it, and it may end up somewhere else.











    Thanks for looking, have a nice day. Or evening. Watever it is where you are right now.
    Ahoi!
    AM
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  10. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic Warszawa M20, 1:8   

     Progress is slow. Very...














     
  11. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1984 Ford Transit / Esci / 1:24   

    Well, I did. But I don't think they are very convincing...











  12. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1971 Ford Ranger XLT   

    Looks completley real...
  13. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1984 Ford Transit by Esci   

    I scratchbuild the wipers out of 9 pieces each. I planned to order photoetch parts, but as you can see, everything can be built from scraps and junk...

    And that's a wrap. It's done: http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/topic/108150-1984-ford-transit-esci-124/
  14. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1984 Ford Transit / Esci / 1:24   

     
     
    And the last bunch:






     
    Thanks! Have a nice day or evening or whatever, depending on where in the world you are. Greetings from frosty Denmark!
  15. Mr.Zombie added a post in a topic 1984 Ford Transit / Esci / 1:24   

     

    Sorry for so many pics, but I finish only one model a year, so I also end up making 365 pictures...