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Thanks for the compliments The-Nightsky.I do most of my model building a little during the week and then full time building on Sunday :)
 

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I'm green with envy! :tongue: People who build as well and as fast as you do should be taken out to dry!

NICE WORK!

I can't wait for Nosferatu!
 

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I'll be so glad when next week is over. After finals, I can get back to working on my models again. Not sure going back to college for another degree at 40 was such a good idea. :freak:

BTW, great job on the monster. :thumbsup:
 

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Fluke,Rick,Ravenauthor,spocks beard Thanks for the compliments and Spocks beard it was all done by hand no airbrush and the paints that were used are all acrylic paints the brands delta Cermcoat and AppleBarrel paints wich you can pickup at walmart or Michaels craft store.I do use tamiya paints but its mainly for my vinly kits sometimes my Auroras but depends on what subject is being worked on at the time.I did use testors modelmaster acrylics,But there way to fast at drying specially on brushes so went with the other brands that is mention here cause it works out alot better in my opion painting up kits.
 

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Wolfie,

A fine job on a - *tsit* ack - classic kit...I can never look at enough of them, nor anything you've built. In all honesty, I think the shade of green you chose is a little saturated for Frankenstein's flesh (unless that has to do with the photography). But you sure applied it well; makes me want to rethink my stand on craft paints.

Mark McG. *pop!* ouch
 

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Mark McGovern said:
In all honesty, I think the shade of green you chose is a little saturated for Frankenstein's flesh (unless that has to do with the photography).
Mark McG. *pop!* ouch
Altho I hear what you're saying I do love the green as a nostalgic reminder of the way it was done during the 60s "Monster Craze". Thanks for brightening my day with your awesome kit, Wolfie.
 

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Looks real good from here. Wish I had as much time as you to build kits. I like the faded look. You did a nice job with this!
 

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Mark,Duck Fink,gruffydd Thanks for the compliments and Mark heres a pic of whats next to get builtup thats on my bench :) :thumbsup:
 

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Cool work Wolfie! Can we please see a tighter, brighter shot of the the base and headstone?
 

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Mark,Duck Fink,gruffydd Thanks for the compliments and Mark heres a pic of whats next to get builtup thats on my bench :) :thumbsup:
You found one? Wow! Can't wait to see what you do with this kit!
BTW: Frankie turned out GREAT...as usual!
 

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You found one? Wow! Can't wait to see what you do with this kit!
BTW: Frankie turned out GREAT...as usual!
Thanks Bob for the compliments on Franky and ya found this one mib in the box and got one more just like it that getting restored plus two other gladiators that have the tridents :)
 
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