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Marc Barris said on November 15, 2017
Hey there Charles, this old guy thinks you build some really cool stuff, love your posts. Keep them coming.
Charles King said on November 15, 2017
Thank you kindly Marc. All in the name of fun.
Craig Abrahamson said on November 15, 2017
You really should show us your display area(s), Charles….love to see ’em all together sometime….(at least the ones that you have).
Ok. will take a photo and upload it here. Nothing impressive, so let me warn you. I have a small space.
Jeff Bailey said on November 15, 2017
Charles, even the grease on the “Fifth wheel” looks real! Old, nasty, used grease. I’ve seen a ton of it.
You do museum quality work.
Appreciate your candid comments Jeffry.
Greg Kittinger said on November 15, 2017
You have a great eye for detail Charles – well done!
Thank you kindly Greg.
Tom Cleaver said on November 15, 2017
You have an amazing eye for small details (the contents of the cab), that driver’s seat looks like the guy just climbed out. Your ability to show use and weathering is superb. The overall realism is amazing.
Thanks for your keen eye and thoughts Tom.
Richard Mcstay said on November 15, 2017
Charles, every single aspect of this is phenomenal down to the smallest detail! Your weathering abilities are some of the best I’ve ever seen!
Thank you buddy. I do appreciate. It feels good knowing the end results are just as good without an air brush which I do not own.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on November 15, 2017
Charles, you have a way with working vehicles. Replacement doors that don’t match the original paint job, road dirt, rust, all not overdone and believable. And no airbrush! Even better!
Thanks. When I started off I had to do things on the cheap. That meant using the basic stuff or what I had on hand. I just never got around to buying one. But I already bought a cheap one to practice, but no compressor. I am still wanting a dedicated room so I can have somewhere to put it.
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