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Tiago Malafaya

1/24 Tamiya Honda NSX (old)

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So is this a member building this or is somebody just posting these videos?

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Tiago is a member here. He has an awesome Youtube channel, TM Modelkits , where he chronicles his builds through video. You should check his channel out.

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I prefer to show my builds through videos, sorry I'm not that active as I probably should be

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let's get some white paint

Merry Xmas to all of you

 

 

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first one of 2019

 

 

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that's a beautiful NSX you have made there - well done!

What kind of polish did you use?

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Thank you.

 

I usually use the one from Gravity colors and give it the final touch with their protective synthetic wax

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Final review

 

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I built that, last century!  It is a nice kit.

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I think the videos are great.  I watch them at 2X speed. I learn more from a well done video than from a couple photos.  Kudos to Tiago for making them.

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On 1/12/2019 at 5:31 AM, 89AKurt said:

I built that, last century!  It is a nice kit.

It's a very well engineered one, Tamiya at it's best

 

On 1/12/2019 at 7:22 AM, Flat32 said:

I think the videos are great.  I watch them at 2X speed. I learn more from a well done video than from a couple photos.  Kudos to Tiago for making them.

Thank you Flat32, It's always nice to get some feedback, so I know it helps anybody who needs. I don't get too deep into the details just because I don't have the time. Filming and editing is very time consuming and I try to combine this with real life; but anything specific you guys need to know or learn and if I have the skill, Will be happy to help

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 Tiago another fantastic build!

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