Great looking S7 Felix. I really like that livery!!! :nicejob :nicejob
Uh....yeah. :giggle Did you just love that duel between the Panoz (with R. Liddell) and Porsche (with T. Bernhard) in the final few laps of the race?! That was most awesome racing. :happy :happy
Thanks Eddie. That 3-tone blue set against the white background is really cool. (My name still shows as "Felix" on my driver's licence :giggle :giggle )
Thanks Al. This is one car that's worth having custom-made in 1:18. If I acquire some skills in making decals and painting one day, I'd probably get a MotorMax S7 or a Hot Wheels as my base.
I suspect so too. :wink Thanks for your congrats Gian.
Thanks Souky. See an example of some cool 1:43 stuff you're missing out on? :giggle :tempted :giggle You're absolutely right about the natural light. Something tells me an overcast day might have been better to shoot in as the light would be a little more diffused. It seems a little "concentrated" in just one area of the car for each shot.
If there's trouble going on, you may call me 'Jeff'. If you're writing a check to me, 'Felix' works better. :giggle
:iagree You would have to be superhuman to say 'no' to such a beautiful model.
"Bump and Run" may work in Nascar, but a bit too aggressive for sports car racing. Glad to see the Panoz be competitive, GT2 was getting to be a Porsche parade, similar to the GT class in Grand Am racing.
It was good to see Bernhard get black flagged for that eventhough it looked like its was a bad oops on his part and not a deliberate punt. Liddell got punted earlier that morning by Max Papis in the Caddy at the same turn earlier Sunday morning too. A repeat of that scene would have really sucked.
Well, the price was right so I went for it. I don't know about being superhuman with the camera bit. :giggle You have no idea how many junkie shots I end up taking before getting one good one. All I can say is that I'm glad I don't have to pay for film developing!!! :lol :lol