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The Ghettoway car

 

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The Ghettoway car with devil bobble head on top

Hoppin' '64 Impala Lowrider

1/25 scale Lindberg snapfit

 

 

 

 

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i totally thought this thread was going to be like a busted picture of gisele bundchen or something like that.

 

alot of models have pudding bodies

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i havn't built a model since i was like 10. i used to always get WW2 planes.

maybe i will get one just for the hell of it.

hmmmm...

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Re: models... WWII airplanes

 

go for it. then post the pics. in progress and complete, if available.

 

I'm mostly into military armor, both scifi, modern, and historical.

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i make architecture models.

 

yeah chip board and bass wood!

 

I used to make those too. very interesting career.

 

have you seen the DVD documentary:

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Re: models... WWII airplanes

 

go for it. then post the pics. in progress and complete, if available.

 

I'm mostly into military armor, both scifi, modern, and historical.

 

 

 

yeah i think i will. my a.d.d isn't as bad as it was when i was a kid.

 

i have to finish a project i am working on for a skateboard art show this weekend and get caught up on some school work. i'll take a look at the local shop to see what they have.

 

nice work by the way!

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Re: model planes not plains

 

My O C D kicks my A D D 's ass. :scrambled:

 

keep building those kits, man. I don't build planes so if you need a new restart up kit of one let me know, I got an extra.

 

describe this skateboard gig.

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Rachel Corrie in Rafah, Gaza Strip, Palestine diorama

 

1/35 scale diorama of Rachel Corrie in Rafah, Gaza Strip, Palestine, on March 16, 2003.

 

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more painting and ground work to be completed.

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I wanna get into kitbashing pretty bad. Make some ill robot shit.

 

Ko SprueOne, what's some good advice on getting started? This is the kind of stuff I used to draw, the kind of stuff I'd like to build. Type of models to look for, putty, paint, etc?

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Make some ill robot shit - kitmash

 

Wow, fantastic concept design drawing! Details, man.

Looks like, start with Gundam kits. But it depends on what scale you intend to flesh these out to.

Most of the Star Wars models were various military model parts of various scales kitmashed.

But for the droids, there was mostly scratch building and thermal forming.

In your drawing, I'm seeing some Gundam, Ma.K., and electrical components parts in there somehow. I got boxes of extra DC electrical stuff.

There's also everyday stuff from consumer product containers that are normally thrown away.

 

Here's a couple links I have bookmarked of other people's work:

Maschinen Krieger Ma.K.

Jukabala Junkyard

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Re: model planes not plains

 

My O C D kicks my A D D 's ass. :scrambled:

 

keep building those kits, man. I don't build planes so if you need a new restart up kit of one let me know, I got an extra.

 

describe this skateboard gig.

 

 

 

yeah, i may grab something this week. not sure what though.

 

the show was just random art on or made of skateboards. i'll get some pics up.

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cool, man, thanks.

I use a small brush and thin the paint to look like spray paint sprayed back and forth quickly like in a fill. Never use white or black but instead light grays and dark grays so that in scale it's more acceptable. Then go back with the appropriate paint solvent and touch up some edges to look like over spray and fades.

Macro pics of these will reveal this. These pics from further away look better. lol

Also, a few buffed square spots here and there add realism.

 

BOXCUTTERS, you mean across the brick wall? I have some pictures of some famous rollers I'd like to duplicate in scale later.

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