7/8ths fun

What is your latest project?

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Re: 7/8ths fun

Post by RylstonLight » Wed Mar 07, 2018 9:30 pm

Looking good, just the right amount of sheen without being glossy
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Re: 7/8ths fun

Post by Peter Butler » Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:00 pm

You have made a good job of both of those projects Jim. The pump look great but I am particularly impressed with the work on the van.
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Re: 7/8ths fun

Post by jim@NAL » Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:18 pm

Thank you for you comnents.I'm chuffed with the van painted a bit more tonight so it's just about finished just need the sign whiteing on the side.the company who make the shell make lots of different cars and vans so that's sorted all the cars etc I will need.being 7/8th there are is not a lot of off the shelf stuff to buy so having to cheat a bit by using 12th scale bits but I think it will work

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