William S.

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About William S.

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  • Scale I Build 1/25

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  • Location Torrence,CA
  • Full Name William Soriano

William S.'s Activity

  1. William S. added a post in a topic Introducing Fineline Applicators -- Handy dispenser for liquids   

    Hobby lobby has them. NOT good for CA glue. Very useful for other glues or washes.
  2. William S. added a post in a topic The Frozono Merc   

    Following your project close. Very clean work! glad you like Vallejo paint. I use this brand a lot on armor vehicles. Their model air line is awesome, ready for airbrush.
  3. William S. added a post in a topic Revell 49 Merc Decal Question?   

    This might help. Michaels sales whole punch kits. The small diameter kit should work. Check the leather section, $10.00.
  4. William S. added a post in a topic 1969 COPO Camaro   

    Are those the WL-53 tire decals from Fireball
  5. William S. added a post in a topic PlastiKote sandable primer   

    Good deal, I'm order some!
  6. William S. added a post in a topic 70 Challenger T/A   

    Very nice. I have this model in a box unfinished. Will start thanks to you.
  7. William S. added a post in a topic Gravity fed single action   

    Try the Iwata Neo CN dual action, it comes with a .35mm neddle and nozzle. 42 dollars with 40% coupon at Hobby lobby. Check out Docter crankys review on you tube.
  8. William S. added a post in a topic Aoshima Subaru STi   

    Great build!
  9. William S. added a post in a topic Acrylic paints and floor polish. Tips to save money and get great results   

    Great tip! I'll be using this on my armor tank washing and weathering affects.
  10. William S. added a post in a topic Making Door & Hood Hinges   

    This is a great tutorial. I was sitting in my office and looked in my desk, this is what I built. You can get three sizes from one paper clip. Looking forward to cutting one of my models and trying this hinge. Thanks Romell!