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    1/35 & 1/24

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    Charles King
  1. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    I was just waiting for someone to ask me that. I have had many people asking the same thing. All I can say is, The right tyre is flat. It is difficult to tell with all the ashes surrounding it. And yes, my reference photo had a similar attribute. I know most would wonder why the right tyre did not get burnt to a crisp like the left tyre...In most cases depending on the degree of the fire and where it was most intense. I have seen photos with similar attributes. Here were some reference photos, that inspired me. Hope it helps: There is your answer. Not everything one thinks, is.
  2. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Much appreciated. Glad you think so. Thank you.
  3. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thank you Dennis.
  4. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thank you Sam.
  5. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thanks. Glad you like it.
  6. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thank you. The ash is the real thing. As for debris, I used pieces of parts from my 'MISC. BOX'. as well as plastic glass I broke up and chard a little with black pigment.
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  8. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    It sure is. Thanks. Thank you.
  9. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thanks Chris.
  10. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thank you. Great to hear it from others that I have come close to achieving fb e end goal.
  11. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thanks for looking in.
  12. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Good question. We will never know, would we.
  13. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thanks buddy. Glad you approve.
  14. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    Thank you. Yes. It is the Italeri kit.
  15. MAN - Burnt Out Cab

    I have been experimenting lately with different burnt out effects lately. As you can see in some pics I have tried simulating carbon fibers as they literally tear into almost thread-like material, by using disinfection wipes. It looks 'OK' but not quite perfect. I have added more modulation effects on the cab and more weathering on the overall cab and truck as a whole. I think , I am satisfied with the results , especially, after taking some outside photos of the model. What do you guys think?