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11. January, 19:37

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30. September 2019, 17:05
a239947
Hi Tim, would you be willing to sell a copy of the decal sheet you designed for this car so others can print them? I would like to do this car to go with my JPS car.
23. May 2020, 01:30
Tim van Dooremalen
To anyone interested; this decalset is now availabe here: https://spotmodel.com/product_info.php?products_id=54166
18. December 2020, 09:47

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Adam Gudynowski
Finally some progress :) Dashboard looks great
23. March 2018, 12:48
Spanjaard
What are you using for the belts? They look simply excellent
23. March 2018, 14:07
Tim van Dooremalen
@Spanjaard: It's basically stuff to repair outdoor-clothing. A friend found it at the "Veritas" in Belgium years ago. I don't have the package anymore, but I think it was from a brand called "Prym".
28. March 2018, 06:01
Spanjaard
thanks a lot Tim, really appreciated.
28. March 2018, 09:59
James Koziuk
Thanks for the step by step photos and explanations on fixing the problem areas of this kit. Great work and inspiration. Is the final results available?
23. October 2020, 00:35
Brandon H
Impressive scratchbuilding! Following the rest of this build for sure!
23. October 2020, 13:30
Tim van Dooremalen
I completed this one not too long ago. I still have to take some final pictures.
23. October 2020, 15:06
Adam Gudynowski
We're waiting. Great model. Would be wonderfull to see it completed.
23. October 2020, 19:35

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Ian Oostelbos
Sounds great!!!
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wildmeninaction
Thanks a lot! I've found it at a local store and going to try it out. In your builds it really does make a huge difference imo.
7. January 2020, 09:57
wildmeninaction
I got the Motip anti gravel (ean 8711347000012) but I honestly can't see any texture when I tested it on a bit of plastic, it was just like black paint. I only did one coat though, maybe it comes with more coats?
9. January 2020, 13:09
Tim van Dooremalen
You have to put on several thin layers from a distance (about an arms length). Just a short burst and then let it dry for a couple of minutes, then repeat until there is enough build up.
9. January 2020, 16:26
wildmeninaction
Thanks, I will try that tonight :)
10. January 2020, 16:24
wildmeninaction
I did as you said and it worked perfectly, thanks a lot for the advice. I also did the dash and it looks a lot more like real plastic too. How many coats do you usually do? I did 4-5 for the seats but only 2-3 for the dash and the dash came out a bit more realistic. To something different, do you clear cote before or after decals? Sorry for all the q's but I'm a complete beginner and your builds are my main inspiration right now.
12. January 2020, 15:46
Tim van Dooremalen
Number of coats depends on how I feel it looks and is also dependent on how "heavy" you put them on... just do as you like best :)

As for the clear coat; I always do one before decals. BUT, I now of some other car-modelers who put the decals directly on the color coat. I've had problems a couple of times when having to use microsol to get decals to go around curves and it attacked the color coat (and not the clear coat ;) ), so since then I always do a clearcoat first.
22. January 2020, 17:57
wildmeninaction
Thanks again for good advice for a novice like me. :) I've bought some flocking and was thinking of flocking the seats, steeering and dashboard for some models, but the Motip looks so realistic and getting decals on with flocking is impossible so this is a better route. I also love your weathering on Paddon's Skoda, was that hard to achieve? I'm thinking of using some panel wash on the wheels for brake dust, and use the Tamiya weathering pens for dirt.
30. January 2020, 09:29
Tim van Dooremalen
That weathering was a combination of MIG pigments and artists oil. Hard to explain how to do that, I got the technique from a youtube video on how to work with these pigments (they're used a lot on military builds). The weathering pens are an unkown to me, I'd literally never heard of them before you mentioned them ;)
2. February 2020, 13:25

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