Have I told you that I like unlicensed models?
If you’re on Instagram, chances are you are a car lover. And chances are you have come across a race truck named @officialproc10 . It’s a ‘67 body mounted on a tubeframe chassis. Very cool. And that’s what inspired me to make this one. Not a faithful replica, but rather my own version of that truck. Where the original…
Not all my builds are perfectly planned from the beginning. Some are completely random. Take this Chevy tow truck, for instance. It was started as a failed project. It sat for months untouched gathering dust. I almost scrapped the leftovers when I took a look at my previous builds, which mostly consists of tow trucks.…
And now, I present to you the truck I featured in my previous post. A Chevy Suburban based on the ‘67 C10. However, the initial plan was a regular C10 prerunner, like the picture below. But somehow I don’t think it looks good.
Hello,and welcome. Let me share my tricks on the suspension flex, as someone asked for it earlier. I hope you find it useful. I started to make the zipties suspension about two years ago, and I’ve been fiddling with it to get a perfect setting. After a million or so trials, I finally get it done properly. Let’s get…
Hi,folks. I just want to share some of the stuffs I’m currently working on, sort of. I haven’t been able to get to work properly after moving to the new place. So, no major works for now, just a few minor detailings. And some re-works on past builds. Anyway, here they are.
Another cool model from Hot Wheels here. It took me quite a while to get me one of these. So when I finally got one, I started to get my tools immediately. Nothing much, just some mild lift and suspension flex. Resprayed the body with sand yellow and some dust and rust effect here and there. I kept the bodywork…
Warning: this is NOT the offroad Charger from the Fast 7 movie. Although, it is inspired by that black demon child of... whatever it was Dom saying.
I think this one is my new favorite truck from Hot Wheels. Only it has the wrong wheels. But it doesn’t matter. Wheelswap is all it needs.
Hello, guys! It’s been awhile. This time I’d like to share with you all my latest ongoing project (s). And I’m sorry to disappoint, none of them are done. Well, some guys like to do one at a time. Me, well, because I’m not too much of a patient person, I started a new one before I finished tge previous one.
Hello everyone. It’s been quite awhile since my last post here. Sorry for the lack of content. Mainly because I’m too lazy to type on my phone’s tiny keyboard 😁.
But I don’t mind being late. By the way, is the gasser hype still going on? Anyway, here’s my second Chevy gasser. Not much gasser left, though. It’s transformed into a trophy truck-rat -wagon thingy.
If you like offroad trucks (and some other stuffs too) then good news! Sort of. I’m selling some of my custom Hotwheels on my Instagram page @tacitrainbows . I really need to clear some space, and fresh funds too. Check it out. There will be special prices for LaLd guys. Sounds good? Here are some of them. But of…
While everyone is having //MAY party, I’m here at my workbench. I don’t have any worthy BMW’s to show you guys. But no matter. I’m still having fun anyway.
My phone’s memory’s getting low now. So before I delete the files, I thought I might post some of them here. And yes, it’s full of my hotwheels photos. 😆😆. Well, what would you expect?
I usually keep this type of car for myself. Not this one.. I had it for a few days and it’s gone. And these are the only pictures I have of it. I should have taken more photos.
I’ve always wanted to say that. As collectors I’m sure you’ve heard that word ‘pegwarmer’. Undesirable cars that spat out by collectors. Fantasy castings so outlandish, wildly shaped, some even not resemble cars. Some say they’re crap, or ugly. I despise that. I’d rather call it unique. Nothing crap about fantasy…
Something about dirty trucks, they’re beautiful in their own way. It’s something you can’t put your fingers on. Yes they’re ugly, but that ugliness tells more stories than showroom-shiny paintjob.
I know maybe some of you got asked this a lot, but I’m gonna ask anyway. How did you get into collecting? Who introduced you to cars and diecasts?