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 Posted: Sat Aug 11th, 2007 06:18 am
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The color in you pic is a little washed out Todd but from what I can see it looks good!:thumb:

I actually tested Before doing the foundation with one of my Rock molds and what I found was BLENDING the 2 Stone Painting tips worked the best FOR ME!!
What works best for you is what you should do!!!!:bg:

Good advice...
Always test a new technique before trying it on a model...always the best route to go.

For the record.... I always work from light tones to dark using washes of color.

Keep up the good work TG!!:glad:



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 Posted: Sat Aug 11th, 2007 12:16 pm
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The color in you pic is a little washed out Todd but from what I can see it looks good!
 

DAve, thats because I didnt use a Flash and had to use photo program to bring the light up.......And I did this....Just for you buddy!!:)

It looks good in person and of course by the time this building is planted you simply wont see much more than peeking out stones.....perhaps a bit more towards the front!!

I am going to add a it of green mossy growth in the shadowy area's Once i determine Where that is..........it will also run up the boards a small ways......yea I know , I'm just a bit :Crazy:..........but you are used to it!!:)

I'm still going to attempt working with the Flostains.........practice makes perfect as they say.............I wouldnt have done this without your Most excellent tutorial.......And Mikes excellent coloring instructions........this was sorta fun and adds a nice small interesting touch to the model.

So thanks for being the Pioneer Sir!!:bow:



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 Posted: Sat Aug 11th, 2007 12:28 pm
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Thats looking good Todd

Just need to redo that broken floor slab, very careless of you

One dose of the:apl:for your efforts



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 Posted: Sat Aug 11th, 2007 03:04 pm
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We all know you are a little bit :Crazy: as well as :old dude:, but you still do real nice work.:pimp:  I do agree that it is VERY helpful to have guys that know what they are doing , AND are willing to share with the rest of us, so we all can benefit. So now that you are almost done with the floor, hows about getting a roof on this thing ?? :Hmm: :bg: Seriously though, nice job on the foundation. :apl:



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 Posted: Sat Aug 11th, 2007 04:26 pm
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Tileguy wrote: They havent figured out a way to keep a tender attached when cornering at 180+ MPH :cool:

Now what we need is someone to come up with Sound chips..........Imagine a 4 car line up with a

Dodge 426 Hemi

Chevy 427 SS

Ford 428 SCJ

Olds 442

I suppose you could toss in a Pontiac Firebird 400

and A Buick GS :D :D :D

That makes 6

Wouldnt that sound cool

Gentlemen, Start your engines!!!!!:thumb:


that would have to be a buick GSX......455 stage 3..........a 442 olds with the 455. w series....ford would have to be a BOSS 429 mustang...........chevy would be their LS-7 454--465 hp.......fire chicken would have to have the 455 to compete......

 

i watched a super car shootout of street 'showroom stock' cars and would you believe that it was actually the heavier buick that cleaned house.......the hemi couldn't get traction and was the slowest.............a 440 six pack in a challenger was faster

madmike3434 :old dude:

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 Posted: Sun Aug 12th, 2007 05:12 am
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Todd-how many trimes do I have to say EXCELLENT!!!??? My hope is that the more you work in this scale, the more you will turn to the "dork side" and become a full-fledged 1:32 scale auto AND train nut. Use the force, Todd...

               Woodie



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 Posted: Sun Aug 12th, 2007 01:02 pm
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Thanks Woody, I like modelingin 1/32 although its tough to find details and those you do find are EXPENSIVE and 1/2 the time 1/35th.......(Ol Verlindon for example,) who's he think he is, Tom Yorke or something  ROFLMAO:)



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 Posted: Sat Aug 25th, 2007 03:30 pm
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I started Round 1 of 3 of detail painting.

Round 1 - Main Building Interior

Round 2 - Lean too Interior

Round 3 - Exterior All

Heres some of whats going into the main building some priming work is completed.







 



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 Posted: Sat Aug 25th, 2007 10:50 pm
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Nice..the boss will be designing flyers for the next big race in no time.:c2:



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 Posted: Sun Aug 26th, 2007 01:47 pm
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Nice..the boss will be designing flyers for the next big race in no time
 

COOL!!! Ive been working on a new LOGO for the Boss to use :)  :thumb:




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