Scale models of scenes with cars Part I
All these scale models (1:18, 1:24, 1:43, 1:87) are made by myself. They
show different scenes with cars. I thougtht it might be more interesting to
create little environmental scenes than just arrange the cars behind
By the way.... the music you hear during watching is also composed and
performed by myself.
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yo Stoney...this was the only body I had handy for the vinyl demo...but you
get the idea..
usually I paint the body first, and do the window trm...the acrylic paint
wipes right off that surface.
Poligize for the shaky cam...I used the webcam for
this....................1/24 scale Bugatti 35B race scene, still under
construction, this is what that stone wall was for, spots on the cars is
mud that Im currently in the process of applying, then its off for some
I noticed a lot of the numbering on these cars was very crude looking, last
minute perhaps..so I did my best to apply as lousy as I could. lol
These were a dificult build because of the age of the kits...the plastic
gets very brittle after 40 yrs..instructions are 1966 and both cars are
orignal Monogram issues.