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Flipper last won the day on September 14 2019

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  1. Awesome work my friend. I’m keenly watching the build as you know I’ve got the kit as well.
  2. Absolutely stunning mate👍👍👍
  3. Hi folks I’ve not posted for a while, so here’s my latest finished build. It’s Tamiya’s 1/24 Honda NSX. I’ve added the Hobby Design PE and Resin Upgrade, along with wheels from USCP. I’ve also used carbon fibre decals from Scale Motorsport throughout the build. The exterior colour is Zero Paints Casino White Pearl, and clear coated using Zero Paints 2K Diamond Finish Clear Coat. So I hope you like it, and cheers for looking.
  4. Hi there folks I haven’t posted anything for a while, but I’ve been busy building a few projects.This is my latest finished build which is a Birthday present for my nephew.Here are the details.Kit:- 1/24 Hasegawa VW T2 23 Window Bus.Paint:- Zero Paints VW Turkis Green and VW Pearl White, clear coated using Zero Paints Diamond Finish Clear Coat.Additions:- Highlight Model Studio Front Safari Windows and rear number plate surround. Bare Metal Foil on the front and rear bumpers.Modifications:- The Bus has been lowered all the way round, by simply modifying the kit suspension.Anyway that’s it, thanks for popping by and having a look.
  5. Quick question mate. Did you build the roll cage separately and place it in, or did you build it in the car.
  6. Cheers mate. I felt the car all Grey would have been too much so I added the stripes. I painted the stripes, I painted the area yellow, laid down a thing masking tape line, then sprayed the grey. If you are on Facebook have a look at my FB page DH Modelworx.
  7. Cheers mate, the next one is gonna be a Lamborghini Light Blue from the Huracan range. I picked up a very cheap part built FXX K kit. Just the engine was started, so I’m thinking of doing a LaFerrari/FXX K hybrid. It will also have Novitec wheels or something similar, lowered suspension, the list goes on for the body mods I’ve planned for it.
  8. Kev it’s Tamiya’s LaFerrari Kit. Just wait till you see the next one I’ve planned, it’s certainly not the typical Ferrari colour.
  9. Hi folks this is the 2nd of 3 Ferrari LaFerrari’s that I had planned to build. This one was originally going to be painted in Ferrari Giallo Modena (Yellow), but myself and my nephew (the car now belongs to him) changed our minds and I decided to paint it in Audi Nardo Grey. The exterior of the car was painted using Zero Paints. The only aftermarket additions were the use of carbon decals from Scale Motorsport and wheel valves from Hobby Design. Anyway I know the colour will devide opinion, but I like it for being different. I hope you all like it. Cheers David
  10. Very nice mate, I’m just about to start the 2016 kit.
  11. Hi there folks that’s me just finished the 1/24 Revell Audi R8. Its not to bad a kit, just like the normal affair from Revell, ie poor detail, fit etc, but I see it as a challenge to try and make them half decent. The exterior of the car was painted in Zero Paints Lamborghini Blu Caelum then clear coat using Zero Paints superb 2K Diamond Finish Clear Coat. Additions and changes to the kit. The stance of the car altered. Aoshima Advan GT wheels & tyres Hobby Design rear wing Hobby Design Real Metal Decals Various parts carbon fibre decaled using carbon fibre decal sheets from Scale Motorsport The side panels “blades” were widened Home made front splitter. Anyway I think that’s it, I hope you like it. Cheers David.
  12. Maximum, yeh I studied quite a few photographs and couldn't find any trace of the two vertical stripes on any rear windows of the BMW's I didn't want to take the risk of trying to remove them, that's why I left them as is.
  13. Hi there folks that's the BMW M3 DTM finally finished. Like most Revell kits they are quite decent but let down in a few areas which hopefully I corrected. At the start of the build it was going to be a nice clean example, but I thought it didn't look quite right so I added a bit of weathering to it. It's the first time I've done any type of weathering, hopefully it's worked. Anyway here are the details of the build. Kit - 1/24 Revell BMW M3 DTM Driven by Martin Tomczyk during the 2012 DTM Season Paint Exterior - Zero Paints Alpine White 300, Zero Paints 2K Diamond Finish Clear Coat, weathered using Tamiya Smoke airbrushed at varying pressures and at varying distances from the car. Extras - Racing Decals 43 Carbon Decal Kit, supplemented with carbon decals from Scale Motorsport. Hobby Design Wheel and Brake kit. Hobby Design PE kit. So that's it, it was an enjoyable kit to built which wasn't to difficult as long as you plan well ahead with the panel fit. I hope you all like the photos of the finished car.
  14. Well folks it's finally finished. As you can see I've added a bit of weathering to the car, probably a bit much, but it's my first time doing this as I normally only do shiney stuff. Anyway I'll post up final reveal photos tomorrow. So again thanks folks and I hope you like it.
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