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About Kmidd65

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    1/24 & 1/25

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    South Carolina
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    Kirk Middlesworth

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  1. 15th Annual SCMA Upstate Model Contest

    Have had the pleasure to attend this show several times over the years. Definitely worth the trip and your time if you are able to make it!! Thanks for the information Tom.
  2. Hello from NC

    Good to see you over here!
  3. Dodge Drag Car

    Nice Job Neil. Super smooth black paint, I LIKE!!
  4. Hooters ..........

    Really nice one John. You did that Grand Prix kit proud!
  5. Next Project: Jack Ingram LMS

    Very nice job so far Drew! Love the subject matter.
  6. Monogram Days of Thunder Lumina WIP

    Looking very good! Those colors really pop. I was afraid about those decals, they look great. I really like following this build, thanks for sharing it with us!
  7. Monogram Days of Thunder Lumina WIP

    When I airbrush Future, I try to apply my first two coats in a nice mist covering. In effect, I am sneaking up on it and providing a good base for the final wet coats. You need to be careful as the stuff will run quickly! I use a dual action Air Brush so that is minimized some. I do not dry Future coats with the hair dryer as that causes a grainy finish. I usually wait a day or two between coats. The third and fourth coats I lay on wet. After another couple days of drying, I will rub out the Future finish with Meguiers #7 or fine polishing compounds, if needed. In my previous post, the #31 Lumina and the #28 Texaco both had Future finishes to seal the decals. The #28 was brush coated and polished. The Lumina was the better effort (airbrushed). Not certain if you ever saw the write up about applying Future to models? Check out the site at the link, it is full of great information. Hope this is helpful! http://www.swannysmodels.com/TheCompleteFuture.html
  8. Monogram Days of Thunder Lumina WIP

    Definitely, I use Future to mix most of the acrylics I spray through my airbrush. I typically cut it 50 to 75% with the Future and finish out the brew with Rubbing Alcohol or Acrylic Airbrush reducer (Createx). I have had great results but it takes a lot of coats to build up a good color finish. I typically spray a good even coat then dry it with the hair dryer, then repeat until I am happy with the finish. You will definitely want to seal the finished paint after drying it a day or so with several coats of Future or you could build up a couple "light" coats of Testors Lacquers. Good fun stuff, that car should really pop when you are finished! http://www.flickr.com/photos/kmidd65/
  9. The Grinch ..............

    I could only imagine the time and effort put into that set of decals. Another impressive build, John!
  10. Bayer Monte Carlo ............

    Another nice one, John! Thanks for sharing with us.
  11. CKM Summer Classic Aug 24th

    I agree, thanks for the pictures Tom!
  12. Derby City Shootout

    Thank you, Hunter. I have been searching all over for coverage of this show. Looks like a lot of quality builds as usually can be expected at this event. I appreciate the pictures!
  13. Piedmont Airlines ............

    Nice stuff, John. I always enjoy seeing your builds!
  14. Flintstone Flyer dirt late model

    Hi Drew, they turned out very nice. I wouldn't fret the placement thing. You built some nice models and that is what counts most! I will share a little tip for those crowd-judged shows in the future. Do not enter more than one of your models in the same class. You probably split some votes between your late models whereas if you had only entered one, that one most likely would have received a greater amount of votes and maybe had placed Either way, nice job on these!
  15. Post a cool model pic