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Hello, everyone. The model is designed to portray an old work car. Trumpeter's kit did well, beautiful and clean with embellishments, but the plastic doesn't stick well with solvent glue. A second adhesive must be used. Plastic also crumbles a lot. That's all from my pickups so far. I've got three more pickups set up on my desk, so I'll be adding gradually.

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Hello Ken.  I used classical technique. The base is brown and red, with a layer of varnish on it. (But there was a weak layer) I'm applying water and salt to it. Drying the application with background paint and yellow. Then I scrub the salt and get irregular abrasions. I'm still learning, so I'm choosing even not entirely good practices. I used the yellow Gunze GX, and it's too thick and a thick layer forms. My salt was getting badly removed. I wasn't very happy, so I still applied the orange and brown-and-red sintetics of Humbrol to the hood and the cork and did a correction with the diluent. I'm sure I won't use Gunze GX as my last color for other models. Of course, thank you nicely. :-)

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Thank you guys so much for the nice sentences. :-)

For Joe M.Published: Ahoj Joe. Jak se máš ? :-) Hi, Joe. How are you? :-) Well, that's nice of you to visit Brno. I live in Prague, but I know it a bit in Brno, too. What was your favorite beer? I'm sending you all the pictures I have of Rancher and Jeep's construction. Unfortunately, I don't take too many photos during construction to save time. But for other structures I do rusted I take more pictures and then I put them here. Have a good time.

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On 9/23/2019 at 7:19 PM, Fairfax said:

Thank you guys so much for the nice sentences. ?

For Joe M.Published: Ahoj Joe. Jak se máš ? :-) Hi, Joe. How are you? ?Well, that's nice of you to visit Brno. I live in Prague, but I know it a bit in Brno, too. What was your favorite beer? I'm sending you all the pictures I have of Rancher and Jeep's construction. Unfortunately, I don't take too many photos during construction to save time. But for other structures I do rusted I take more pictures and then I put them here. Have a good time.

Hi Michal! Thank you very much for the pictures! I am new to all of this, haven't built any since I was a child, so I very much appreciate you sharing your technique here. I will have to give this a try on one of my upcoming builds.

Which beer did I like best? ALL OF THEM! (except Budvar) You have a great selection of excellent beers, and of all I tried I think my favorite was at Hotel Pegas in Brno - they brew on the 1st floor and have a restaurant, with the hotel above.

My wife and I have to visit Praha! I arrived and departed via Vienna, took either the student bus or train to Brno; I did get to spend time in Vienna which blew my mind, I bet Prague is even better!

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Hi, Joe ! Prague has a bigger historical centre than Brno, so it is a better backdrop for tourism. It's true that smaller private breweries with a not-so-widespread brand make even better beer. I'm looking forward to your construction. Go ahead! :-)

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