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Old 30-05-2011
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Default Joo's paint!

Custom RC paint. PM me if you want to discuss a commission.


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Very very nice !! keep up the good work.
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All those bodies look cool !

Nice to see your own thread too
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Cheers, here's a few more I dug out... and a bit of warhammer for the boy!
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as said, some nice work mate, keep it up
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The latest, had a mare with the window masks leaving glue residue behind, then cleaned it off and scuffed the chrome. AAAAARGGHHHH!!!!!!

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The latest, had a mare with the window masks leaving glue residue behind, then cleaned it off and scuffed the chrome. AAAAARGGHHHH!!!!!!

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been there and dunnit so stopped using the masks

a bit off masking tape stuck on the residue the removed fast usually gets the residue off tho
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Yeah, usually I forget to stick them on. No more window masks for me, just good old liquid mask!!! It's easier to see the mould lines anyway!

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Nice Job looks really good, Like previously said I tend to use liquid mask for the whole body but when I do occasionally use the window masks I try to make sure that there really cool so the glue doesn't seem to leave residue behind as much.

Top work tho!
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Cheers!

Nice to get a bit of recognition from the acknowledged pro's!

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They look cool but I hope for your sake you don't ever end up in the same race !
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Really nice work Julian!
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Yep, but of course your name decals make it ;-)
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you got some talent there bud, i like the space marine/warhammer stuff, reminds me of when i was younger and had lots of those lead figures
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Cheers, finally a break from the Warhammer, lol!

A few more pics of the latest, based on a previous design, just different colours...
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Got a commission to paint the rider figure on an rc jetski...not quite finished, needs some logos and details...
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That looks really cool already ! Great shoes !
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Cheers!

Casting around for some waterslide decal paper to make a few sponsor logos now... ;-)
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Most good model shops should have that in stock, you can get 2 different types, inkjet or lazer. You might find more luck in a model railway shop or a boat specialist as the car / helicopter people aren't so interested. It would be expensive but SPOT ON are the best waterslide people I know, they'll make them to order but you'd end up paying a lot due to set up fee's. Other people do it, usually advertise on model railway forums and mags, I contacted some private people advertising they did it but found there service unreliable.
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