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    Feels like the more I get done, the longer things take...


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    O ya, more surface area is more stuff to detail... Looking better every post though! This is gonna be one killer unique rig!

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    Looking good, wait not good AMAZING!

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    Amazing build! Can't wait to see more.

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    Thank you!

    Starting to get the body set for paint, so lots of little bits done without much visible change. Also made some progress on the roof, doors, magnets for both, and generally adjusting the body to make sure everything aligns.



    Spent a bit of time on the wheel wells too. It's a rough cut, but that's pretty much the structure of it at the front -




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    Please pardon my noob question but I want to learn. What product did you use for filler.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by snapon12 View Post
    Please pardon my noob question but I want to learn. What product did you use for filler.
    Thanks
    Good question because I'm also new to this, so tried a few. Started with Milliput, Humbrol and Revell. Milliput is a bit coarse, and comes in two parts which have to be mixed together. Humbrol is easiest to work with, but Revell seems to produce the best finish, even though it dries so quick you don't really get time to shape it. After some recommendations I also tried 3M. That comes in red and green varieties, and I used green. Not sure what the difference between the colours is. And it didn't seem much better or worse than the others.

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    My vote goes to Revell (and Squadron). Both are very good fillers. For bigger holes or reshaping I use 2-component very fine polymer "1:1 car putty".

    Milliput is good for making (lost) parts and pieces, long hardening time makes it easy to shape.


    For Fourth Protocol: You build is sooo sharp! Precise work.

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    Thank you. Amazing work. I'm surprised at all the options.

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    Coming along beautifully! Keep up the great work!
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