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Old Puddy Cat

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This is the Tamiya Jaguar MK II Racing. It's painted with Duplicolor Gunmetal, interior is Testor's flat interior tan, microsuede used for carpet, BMF and Caddy STS speakers. The ride height is stock with rims from Revell's 58 Chevy diecast lowrider, dechromed, painted and BMF'd. So far I've only added spark plug wires to the engine. Thanks for looking...

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WOW! Not 1 comment?!? Well, at least thanks for looking.

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Dude! You have 160 views! People are looking. It's a good build but the pics lack pizazz. The metallic gray paint is a little boring to some. Maybe that's why there aren't any comments. You did a nice job.

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I will comment. Your pictures are too out of focus to show detail. Can't tell how good it really is. Comments to a post don't always mean that much. Would you rather have a bunch of one line posts that read "wow" "awesome" " nice"? Doesn't mean a whole lot, does it? :roll:

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LMA!!! Whatever dudes. Didn't know I had to be a pro photographer, besides, there are plenty of pics posted here that are not of the highest quality. I beleive the subject itself may not be too popular here and I'm cool with that. When I post a pic I'm only displaying my work to what I imagine to be an appreciative audience and perhaps get some feedback and/or suggestions. You guys came at me like haters. Chill. Perhaps you guys are pro builders & photogs, but I didn't know that's what you have to be to post and get a few replies here. Whatever, it's only plastic.

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Somehow I missed this post before. I'm always glad to see "unusual" subjects. Your color choices (interior/exterior) suit well the car. While I am not particularly fond to the wheel selection, you did a good job showing the upgraded brakes.

One suggestion for the pictures is to try to take pictures in bright natural light. Either outside, or maybe close to a window or something. But avoid direct sunlight to prevent harsh shadows.

Keep 'em coming!

Thanks,

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Cool subject that you don't see very often. Especially in a street version.

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