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#1 ONLINE   Venom

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Posted 24 March 2020 - 08:13 PM

Here I will post some of my other models, from aircraft to Gunpla to plastic kits and pretty much anything else not a traditional diecast car.

I'll start with this 1/24 2019 Toyota Supra kit from Tamiya that I just finished:
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1/200 Gemini Jets diecast Embraer E-175 United Express:
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Bandai Metal Build ARX-7 Arbalest from Full Metal Panic:
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Posted 25 March 2020 - 08:46 PM

Wow! All these pieces of art look amazing! I especially love that Supra, good job on building it! :smile: I'm planning to get a kit car, but I'm not very good at putting things together. I think I'll just stick to factory built models. LOL If I built a kit car, it would be a disaster!

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Posted 26 March 2020 - 05:01 PM

i think you got that Supra put together nicely. the paint looks a little bit dull, but im not sure if thats just the photos.
the mech, i cant tell if it was a kit model or if it is bought as a finished model.
do you build other stuff than cars and mechs?
i got some kits stashed, 1:350 warships, 1:48 jet fighters and some 1:24 Supras :)

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Posted 26 March 2020 - 05:31 PM

View PostRDynamic, on 25 March 2020 - 08:46 PM, said:

Wow! All these pieces of art look amazing! I especially love that Supra, good job on building it! :smile: I'm planning to get a kit car, but I'm not very good at putting things together. I think I'll just stick to factory built models. LOL If I built a kit car, it would be a disaster!
Haha, thanks. :occasion14:
Yeah, putting together kits decently  requiresa bit of skill and finesse, in equal parts lol

View PostAlex SZ1996, on 26 March 2020 - 05:01 PM, said:

i think you got that Supra put together nicely. the paint looks a little bit dull, but im not sure if thats just the photos.
the mech, i cant tell if it was a kit model or if it is bought as a finished model.
do you build other stuff than cars and mechs?
i got some kits stashed, 1:350 warships, 1:48 jet fighters and some 1:24 Supras :)
Thanks :yahoo:
The Supra is pretty glossy, but has some orange peel and other minor imperfections since it was literally my first attempt.
The mech was partially assembled and was pre-printed, though I have a ton of other ones I had to build from kits. Will have to post some of those soon. Also might post some planes and locomotives soon too.
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Posted 28 March 2020 - 12:53 PM

have you heard of The Scalemodeling Channel on youtube? you can get some ideas on how to improve from there.
https://www.youtube....WaLQoyuiofgwmSw

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Posted 16 April 2020 - 02:48 PM

View PostAlex SZ1996, on 28 March 2020 - 12:53 PM, said:

have you heard of The Scalemodeling Channel on youtube? you can get some ideas on how to improve from there.
https://www.youtube....WaLQoyuiofgwmSw
Nope, but then I am really weird in the fact that I generally don't watch tutorial videos, and usually just look for traditional style tips and tricks on forums and such. Painting has always been my weakness, though as I practice and read more I am getting better at it. I still need to get an airbrush sometime though... :occasion14:

Anyway here are some outdoors pics of the Supra, along with my next project, a replica of my own car:

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