stefwith1f
Stefwith1f
stefwith1f
Jan 24 2016
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Emphasis on simplified and reinterpretation lol! ( read: green and stripes ) ๐Ÿ˜Š

Jan 24 2016
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One option you could try is spraying the paint into the can lid and then using that.

Jan 24 2016
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I gotta say any of the 60's fast-back models for me, but if you pressed me for a choice of just one iโ€™d have to go with the โ€˜68 from Bullitt.

Jan 23 2016
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Thanks for that, as a diecast greenhorn this little list will come in handy ๐Ÿ‘Œ

Jan 21 2016
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I have a couple of the Datty 610s at home still boxed up. Never noticed the side mirrors before, nice little touch. With you on the brown too.

Jan 21 2016
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That would be awesome, I don't know what the availability of those models are like over here in the UK. Thanks ๐Ÿ˜€

Jan 20 2016
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Yeah theyโ€™re the kiddies, just what Iโ€™m looking for. I havenโ€™t seen those before... Hopefully Iโ€™ll come across some soon. Cheers. Read more

Jan 20 2016
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Tampos were a pain, nail polish remover eventually did the trick tho. Nearly just paint stripped the whole thing and repainted it, but glad I kept the original colour ๐Ÿ˜€

Jan 20 2016
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Thanks, sadly I donโ€™t have a large stockpile of wheels to choose from (yet, lol), but really want to try and find something with an oldskool Jdm feel. ๐Ÿ˜€

Jan 20 2016
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Cheers, used marker pens for the lights. I'm pleased with them

Jan 20 2016
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I dabbed a bit on with cotton wool and gently rubbed it, I could see the pigment coming off and onto the cotton wool, but it takes a while. Probably took about an hour to do a model. Some colours seemed easier, white for example. Where as red was much more stubborn. Read more

Jan 19 2016
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I have recently used my better halfs nail polish remover and it worked pretty well. Removed the graphics but kept the paint intact. If possible test on a small inconspicuous area.

Jan 19 2016
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Loving this, gonna keep my eyes peeled for a base-model for a similar project. Possibly Landcruiser or Nissan Patrol. Keep up the good work, can't wait to see what you do to it next! ๐Ÿ‘

Jan 18 2016
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Brilliant idea, thanks for the tip-off! Just downloaded Color Pop for free on iOS. Much photo fun shall be had!