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A weathering technique using salt
Applying decals on cars and motorcycles
Building a vacu airplane kit
Equivalences for racing colours with Tamiya.
Giving a rusty finishing to military vehicles
How to build a model kit
to build a
model with open doors
How to paint with lacquers
Learning how to paint faces with acrylics
How to make a tarpaulin for military vehicles
Modelling a bust, Step by step
Modelling tips for newcomers
Painting a figure step by step
Painting, the key to plastic modelling.
Painting wheels for military in five steps
Placing tracks in the Tamiya's T-55
Realistic Fork Tubes for 1/12 scale motorcycles
Realistic chipped paint in military
Scratch Building helmets for cars and motorcycles
Spray booth, design and fan selection
T-34 Round-up. All the info and versions
Tamiya's paint to FS and Humbrol conversion chart
Weathering with the sponge technique
Weathering using pigments... step by step
Weathering tricks in airplanes for novice modellers
Wheels in F1 car models
Working with Alclad paints
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2012-02-18 - 12:37
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74 year old retired mechanical engineer. Started building vintage sports and racecar models from scratch again - after 50 years of no car modeling - 2 years ago. I work in brass, copper and aluminum. My only machine tool is a Taig microlathe with a milling attachment. All my models are built to 1/18 scale. The picture is a 1914 Mercedes grand Prix - the 1914 French GP winner.
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1/18 scale scratch built 1914 Mercedes GP