OK, here's something I've wondered about for a while. Seriously. And no disrespect meant at all... I've just wondered about this and would be interested in hearing from you guys who have taken this career path... How does one decide to be a funeral director/mortician? I can see it being a family business and handed down generation to generation... but what I can't wrap my mind around is the concept of a young guy (or girl, I suppose) thinking to themselves, "when I grow up i want to deal with dead bodies!" Enlighten me.
Nicely done Ray. I like the contrast of the blue and the wood colors. But it looks like the door handles and door hinges are "wood?" And the wipers are body color. A fine brush and some Testors Silver will take care of that.
The Johan kit of the stock AMX is on ebay right now, along with several promos. http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xjohan+1969+AMX.TRS0&_nkw=johan+1969+AMX&_sacat=0
Not to be a pest, but exactly how will you weed through all the suggestions? Seriously... you're going to get a ton of different recommendations, with no realistic way to sort through them or use them as useful references. Everyone is going to "recommend" something that they have used, but nobody has used them all. Here's a perfect example... I have used Paasche and Badger airbrushes, so if you asked me for my recommendation, my answer would be either Paasche or Badger. But I have never used a Grex or Iwata. And Grex or Iwata might be better than Paasche or Badger. So how useful would my recommendation be? See what I mean? Good luck!
Get ready for about a bazillion different answers! It's all a matter of personal preference, so you're going to get a ton of different recommendations. It's sort of like asking for people to recommend a good restaurant. Get ready...