whats your model building resolution for 2013

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i know its early by a month but i had surgery and im bored lol also been locked out of my hobby room for a few weeks, so what are you looking forward to you going to try new skills, techniques of something out of the norm.

for me its to build one armor kit and start making more effort in detail, im also looking to try photoetch.

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Mines going to be suspension detail making a arms and practice my scratch building techniqus.

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finish a model before starting two more

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finish a model before starting two more

Indeed. Or four or five more.....!

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Finish something !

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Mine would work as for Christmas too.... My goal is to finally find the old,rare,replacement parts for my dads old ones so I can get them restored before I cant....everything else is secondary at this point to me.

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Build more, BUY less!

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Mines to actually build something,more than in 2012 (I only actually finished one complete build this year,gasp :( ) :)

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My goal is to finish my 1/16th scale Army Vega Funny car by April and then i have a couple of other 1/16th scale builds I have been planning to build and have been excited abouy. I want to start a couple of curbside builds as well.

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Build more, BUY less!

Nick, you must be reading my mind, although Revell's new releases are making it really really really hard.

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Finish something. Learn to use automotive lacquers. (This whole thing with Tamiya Clear being discontinued has really thrown a monkey wrench into my world. I bet I have 60 cans of Tamiya spray paint. :-( )

Edited by LDO

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Doc,

Your resolution is to keep churning out those videos! :P

I am getting into this hobby because your styrene addiction is contagious!

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Nick, you must be reading my mind, although Revell's new releases are making it really really really hard.

Not that hard, only the '57 Ford is on the top of my list and right now I'm tryin' to "thin out the herd" as I have been known to buy kits a LOT faster than I build 'em.

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Doc,

Your resolution is to keep churning out those videos! :P

I am getting into this hobby because your styrene addiction is contagious!

Thanks, Mike, I am glad the videos are getting around. I am promoting the heck out of the magazine (it's the only one DCL and EYEGORE endorse in the car modeling world!) and the Forum. :wub::wub::wub:

Not that hard, only the '57 Ford is on the top of my list and right now I'm tryin' to "thin out the herd" as I have been known to buy kits a LOT faster than I build 'em.

Nick, I just bought four more of those. Has all the making of a great kit!

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I want to continue to buy more kits than I build.

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I'd like to finish some of my long-term (i.e. started last century) projects but I still have another in-my-head project in the wings. I also want to build some of the aircraft, armor and ships that are in my stash.

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Not that hard, only the '57 Ford is on the top of my list and right now I'm tryin' to "thin out the herd" as I have been known to buy kits a LOT faster than I build 'em.

I share your affliction...built one this year,bought 30+ :P

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finish a model before starting two more

+1

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Just try to work on something whenever I can. Maybe get to build and use one of Mark Johnson's resin 1/16 Hemi engines!

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To actually finish something. In 2012, I bought roughly 65 kits (new + old).

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Absolutely nothing for me ... otherwise it would be a job.

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I plan on building something SHINY :) :) :)

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Not that hard, only the '57 Ford is on the top of my list and right now I'm tryin' to "thin out the herd" as I have been known to buy kits a LOT faster than I build 'em.

What you got in the heard there Nick?????.....LOL....

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To finish something!

Edited by Craig Irwin

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Finish something !

I agree with this guy :lol:

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