I bought a couple of these kits awhile back and decided to do one box stock.The only changes that I made where the wheels and the scoop.The body was airbrushed with Rustoleum apple red and also clear coated with Rustoleum.
This looks fantastic!! I built one of these as a kid but it wasn't my kit. My cousin Jacky had just gotten one of these as a birthday present and while he was still sleeping the next morning I decided to "help him out" and build it for him. When I finished.....an hour later......I woke him up to show him and I thought he was gonna kill me. lol. I think I ran from him all morning long. lol
Back to the subject at hand though. Can't get over the paint work that you throw into these things. Great work.
Yesterday's gone and Tomorrow aint here yet. Today IS the best day we'll ever have.
stitchdup: The paint booth is fired up and the masking tape is out, its time to get the blue on the porsche so I can hopefully get it decaled tonight
Jan 27, 2020 4:27:59 GMT -7
stitchdup: Not sure whats going on but I'm on track to finish more models this month than i did in the whole of last year
Jan 27, 2020 9:21:56 GMT -7
DeeCee: Being able to build at work would make a big difference i reckon mate.
Jan 27, 2020 23:57:21 GMT -7
aussiemodler: Im hearing ya mate. I've had this plane build on my bench for my dad for over 12 months and I've done more in the last 3 days then in those 12 months. I think motivation helps also.
Jan 28, 2020 2:20:49 GMT -7
stitchdup: I think most of my motivation has been boredom at work, knocking out a couple of curbsides fills in some time cos there really is no work for me to do other than be on the boat all night. If anything happens I phone someone to come and sort it cos I'm not
Jan 28, 2020 10:17:20 GMT -7
stitchdup: qualified to do any of it, and most of it needs 2 or more people anyway. All I know how to do is pull the line tight on the winch and even that I can only do in emergencies
Jan 28, 2020 10:18:36 GMT -7
aussiemodler: well that just sux
Jan 29, 2020 1:27:08 GMT -7
aussiemodler: I HATE painting in these Queensland summers, its 1830 32c (90F) and 75% humidity, everything dries to quick.
Jan 29, 2020 1:37:39 GMT -7
stitchdup: I dont think i've ever been in that much heat, 24 is hot here, lol
Jan 29, 2020 3:44:27 GMT -7
DeeCee: When it's hot, i slap it on very wet, the heat acts as an oven, usually end up with a DEEP gloss.
Jan 29, 2020 4:21:25 GMT -7