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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 3 weeks ago #61

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Good to see you working on this again.
Slow and steady aye :silly:
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 2 weeks ago #62

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Yeah just got side tracked by other builds last year for cambridge even though this was one i wanted to finish for it.

been doing little bits over the last week in between other projects.
Control box for machine and the steel cover for the pipes/wiring.

Bonnet hinges,brake booster/master cylinder, clutch master cylinder and wheel bearing dust caps and studs

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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 2 weeks ago #63

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started making the wiring loom and some welding blankets which will hind te pugly interior

and got the tool box painted again and a fire extinguisher

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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 2 weeks ago #64

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Wow that's some nice scratching you've done there mate.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 2 weeks ago #65

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Excellent scratch building ,painting and weathering
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 2 weeks ago #66

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cheers guys, managed a little painting today.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 2 weeks ago #67

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Looking brilliant!!
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 2 weeks ago #68

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Nice work going on there Rob,
Going to be an interesting diorama
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 1 week ago #69

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Great detail there Rob, this is looking good.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 1 week ago #70

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Won't have anything on your nascar shop Glen but i'm trying.

Been chipping away at the engine bay. not correct to a real one but have fitted most the main bits to make it suitably busy.
Air-con lines

Hi-cas rear streering lines

Fuel feed and return lines and rear brake line

Wiring

And the finished engine bay apart from some weathering to come a bit later.

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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 1 week ago #71

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Wow, such detail. I especially like the wiring loom. It all looks great when brought together in the engine bay.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 1 week ago #72

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The wiring looks Rude word fantastic!
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 6 days ago #73

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Yep, very rude word awesome. The engine pipe work and wiring loom sell it completely, as does the differently coloured panels.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 5 days ago #74

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Wow ... fantastic work on the detail.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 5 days ago #75

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Dude, that detailing is just unreal. :woohoo:
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 6 months 3 days ago #76

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Bay-ute-a-full wiring loom Rob. It's so captivating I can't stop looking at it!
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 5 months 4 weeks ago #77

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Thanks everyone really appreciate it. I needed a bit of a break from this so i've been farting around with a "quick easy build" that turned a bit more adventurous when i decided to convert it from a four door sedan to a two door hardtop coupe so nothing new to add to this at this stage but hope to start back on this on the weekend.

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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 5 months 1 week ago #78

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got two hours in over the last week so not huge progress but at least its some, here's the finished tool box with scratch made squirty bottle for WD40 and a scratch panel hammer.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 5 months 3 days ago #79

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weeks worth of updates.
Wheels dirtied up and dry mud film on the car.

Cut a door from a Lancer shell added some framing, interior trim and a window then added accumulated dust. Removed the light backing from a grill out of the spares box.

Also made a radiator support panel to become the removed damaged part.

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Then started putting it all together on the base, got to this stage then the car got knocked off the machine and it took the mig out on the way so spent the rest of the day putting all the parts back together to finish the day at the same stage pre knock

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Bloody cool man,:woohoo:
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Weathering is top-notch !
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Fantastic. Really enjoying watching this come together.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 5 months 2 days ago #84

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Look at that it’s real!!!
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 5 months 1 day ago #85

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Fan-frikin-tastic Rob
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 5 months 16 hours ago #86

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Thanks guys, As with the spray painter and the modeller i've ended up nearing the end and havent done much with the figure for this. Figures are not something i find easy to do but they are necessary part of a telling the story so here gos. Have used different part from tamiyas rally mechanic set then used there epoxy putty to change the race overalls into what i hope will look like work overalls.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 4 months 4 weeks ago #87

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Nice putty work. Definitely the hard part. I’m the same as you with figures.
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modelling my job part 2 (Panelbeating) 4 months 3 weeks ago #88

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I try to chose poses that require as much coverage of the skin area as possible :P

So body done and have started on the head. Made a neck and started making ear muffs, will also be adding eye protection.
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Great Matt look to the clothes. That’s turned out really well.
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Looking good !
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