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Lovefordgalaxie

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About Lovefordgalaxie

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 02/11/1977

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    1/25 1/24 1/12

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    Florianópolis SC Brasil
  • Full Name
    Túlio Lazzaroni

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  1. Brush painted.

    You nailed what he does. Even the Humbrol enamel paint. I had zero success on brush painting anything glossy larger than a radiator, or a engine block. Cats hair? That's inevitable. I invited Michael to join our forum.
  2. Brush painted.

    A few more:
  3. Brush painted.

    Being a member here for quite a while, I know not all are into facebook, VK, and similar "social media" sites. I'm into facebook, and there, in a lot of model car groups. Once in a while something really cool shows up. This week I was looking at the posts of the Revell and Monogram model cars group, and found the work done by Michael Ejs Bredgaard, from Denmark. He does the very best brush painting on model cars bodies I ever saw. Take a look:
  4. Revell/AMT 1/32 '56 Merc; Survivor from 1976 Gets Fresh Foil!

    Awesome!! I want one!!
  5. simple 55 bel air

    WOW!!!!! That's so sweet I may get diabetes. You just made me change my mind about the Revell '55 Steve. I didn't like the separate side trim stuff, but you proved me wrong. I have to get one '55, as it's the only tri five Chevrolet I don't have built yet (have only a '55 Chevrolet step-side pickup). When '50s Chevrolets are concerned, the '56 is my favorite. Always thought to be odd only having the not that accurate Monogram kit to build a '56 Bel Air two door hardtop.
  6. 32 Ford's

    WOW!! At last a proper '32 Ford!!
  7. New kid on the block ?

    NASCAR is not my thing, but that doesn't mean they won't release eventually a kit that is. Will keep an eye on them.
  8. 1958 Plymouth Belvedere

    By the description alone, I imagined a '58 Plymouth like that would be ugly as hel. Boy was I wrong. It looks bad, yes, but in a good way!! Something death should drive in Supernatural.
  9. `62 Chevrolet Impala SS convertible

    Best build of this kit I ever saw. Amazing!!
  10. 1977 Mustang II

    Very sharp looking pony. Nice color too.
  11. Scratchbuilt 1982 Aussie Ford Falcon

    Can't believe it's being 7 years. It's being a joy to watch the cars being built. This one being what you call low detail, I say: Brace yourselves for the next one!! I would be completely satisfied with the low detail.
  12. 1940 Ford Business Coupe V8

    Thanks guys!!
  13. 1940 Ford Business Coupe V8

    Thanks Steve!! Very appreciated.
  14. Blue Bandito

    That's so sweet. Loved the great quality of the entire build. The kit is old, but sure one of the nicest of the day. Built the "Early Iron" edition from Monogram, the one molded in yellow. Not a real Blue Bandito, but the same basic kit. I replaced the brand C engine with a Mercury V8 tough.
  15. A few I've done after a long break

    WOW, great work here!! Loved the '48 Chevy, and the '53 Ford.