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flamepainter

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I just finished this one. Nothing really spectacular on this except I used some flocking for the interior. This is another leftover technique from my plastic model making days. It is very fine colored material that is like dust. The way you put it on is to paint the area to be covered with a similar color to the flocking then put a heavy layer of flocking on while the paint is still wet. Let dry then knock off the excess. A pretty simple process but a little messy also. I also like the way the grain on the tires look like treads.
Jim
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Toy builder Bob

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Flame painter,that's a great looking jeep. Like the spare tire.
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Beautiful detailing flamepainter. The color combos are really top drawer. Very cool.
flamepainter

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Thanks for the positive comments. I had a lot of fun doing this one.[smile]
Jim
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Great looking jeep. I like the grain on the tires too
Greg Farr

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Looks great
Wombat

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Making one of these myself at the moment!  Lots of little fiddly bits that are a pain to scroll-saw.
I like your colour combo. Flock ( velour ? ) seats would be "interesting" on a real open jeep.
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Looks good Jim .Your right about the tires , The grain does set them off
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