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KonaDawg

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  1. Tamiya Ferrari 360

    It's excellent. Will be buying a few more colours.
  2. Tamiya Ferrari 360

    Meant to add £5.00 for a meter. Width is about the same as an A4 sheet.
  3. Tamiya Ferrari 360

    I ended up using humbrol acrylic primer. It's quite thick and seems to be gradually filling the gashes. Moving to interior, I wanted to replicate carpet but wanted to move away from just paint. I found this stuff...Veloursfolie in a shop called wilco. My gf found it online probably in a resigned effort to get me to shut up about the importance of scale effect........ Anyway, I'm sure it's well known on this forum but if not, definitely worth a try. It's thin so it conforms well to the surface it's applied to. It also cuts perfectly with a sharp scalple. Hopefully these pics are not too dark. I was just messing about with an old kit. Oh and I primer the gearbox and engine bit.
  4. Tamiya Ferrari 360

    Hey noeyedears! I experimented a bit last night and got a decent result. I used a thinner ca than normal. I also applied it with a needle which helped. So..... I think I'll try that and see how goes. Thanks all for taking the time to reply. I'm thinking white for this car but still debating on which one 😊
  5. Tamiya Ferrari 360

    Hey noeyedears! I experimented a bit last night and got a decent result. I used a thinner ca than normal. I also applied it with a needle which helped. So..... I think I'll try that and see how goes. Thanks all for taking the time to reply. I'm thinking white for this car but still debating on which one 😊
  6. Tamiya Ferrari 360

    Thanks gents! I'll try the fine one and see how it goes. Always think CA is too hard if that makes sense.
  7. Tamiya Ferrari 360

    I'll give that a go 😊
  8. Aoshima McLaren f1 gtr long tail

    Do love a McLaren. Hoping I can buy a short tail aoshima at some point 🙂
  9. This one is next I think 😊. Can anyone recommend some decent fine filler to help me repair the mess I made with my new tamiya scriber...🤔. Thanks in advance.
  10. Tamiya Mercedes AMG GT3 1/24

    I think when I get round to starting mine I'm going to look into fibre optics. That car is just dripping with modernity and tech and I think it would look stunning with a careful application of bright light. Will see how that goes....🤔🙄
  11. Really like that. It has a certain functional charm ☺
  12. Tamiya Mercedes AMG GT3 1/24

    Nice finish but not massively keen on zero paints. I've got one in the stash but waiting to see if Tamiya do a decent job of the semi Matt grey. Good to see another one built up. This is what it "should" look like in real life https://goo.gl/images/RE5fxQ
  13. M3A3 Normandy

    Hi Bob, yes, 1/35. It's the old AFV kit. I have seen some of those T-34's. Quality control not big on the list I guess 😁
  14. Miura

    Beautiful car. Well finished.
  15. M3A3 Normandy

    I might just do that 😊
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