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About krazyglu

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 04/17/1984

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    Erlanger, Ky...(Cincinnati)
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    Steven Witte

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  1. Private Mustace, Cartoonish Fiat 508...

    Extremely creative Brizio, you are a true artist and it shows in this piece. There are just some details that I would not think of or even know how to complete. I don't think my build "style " could differ anymore from this and yet it is one of the coolest thing's I have seen in a while. This is why I am so into this hobby, thanks for sharing.
  2. 32 ford Sedan

    Very clean looking model, great job. I'm interested about the gun you are using...is it a smaller touch up gun or full size? Also are you using the same size tip as when your painting 1:1. Most don't have access to a paint booth, mixing room etc. ,but if you do I see a full size gun can work fine.
  3. Revell '93 Mustang Cobra

    Very well built factory fresh ride you have there, the paint looks like glass its so smooth.
  4. Bugatti EB110, Revell, 1/24 ***NEW PHOTOS ADDED***

    That is a amazing looking kit you have built there. I like everything about it Matt, great job.
  5. Subaru Impreza '99 - Rallye du Condroz

    Very nice build, look's quite shiny ,but like you I am still mastering my polishing skill's. I like everything about this, keep up the good work.
  6. Terry LaBonte Piedmont #44

    Tim I would recommend the chisel tip, you can hold it at such a angle and use the edge of the marker to drag a real crisp line. You may have to go over it a few time's ,but you will be amazed at how much better than paint it is. I also have a few regular tip's and a silver for picking out detail's such as bolt's. Good luck
  7. Terry LaBonte Piedmont #44

    I agree you set the bar kind of high ,but the kit look's great. Old decal's are not easy to work with and white is tricky as well. A black chisel tip sharpie marker works very well for black window trim.
  8. Series 6 Mazda RX7

    Very nice build, I like the color and the wheel choice.
  9. Scratch built Lowboy Tri Axle

    Wow you did a amazing job on this thing, all the working feature's bring it to the next level.
  10. Kenworth Race Hauler

    That is a awesome combo, those race car's look wild.
  11. 1985 Monogram IMSA GTP Mustang

    Very cool build, you did a nice job on it.
  12. BMW M6 "Sharknose" built for a friend.

    That is a beautiful model, I love the wheel's.
  13. Revell Datsun 510 BRE!

    This is the second time I have looked at this model, I would agree it is the nicest example I have seen built. As mentioned you did a heck of a job on the paint scheme, I like that the bay is blue and not white. I don't want to step on anyone's feet here ,but Charlie @ Pro-Tech has the best braided line in scale...there really is no argument it is just the simple fact. Again not bashing any part supplier's as I use all of them, but only one for braided line. Amazing build Jason.
  14. Mazda 787B

    Jim that thing is wicked looking, very nice box stock build. I have been wanting this kit...now I really want it and thanks for the tip on the front splitter.
  15. N1/N2 Hachiroku

    Certainly my cup of tea, I get tired of seeing the same Mustangs and 32 Ford's done to death so I always look forward to your build's. Great job as usual Delfin..I like the motor, added details and the wheel's are perfect.