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Thought I would start posting here and sharing some builds - it's been a long so here we go - Some of you may already know me has Bosmeck (Chris Clark) so Hi to those who know me and hello to those who don't.

 

This is a Beardog 1/32 Coyote with lots of scratch building extras. Beardog built the chassis for me with custom scratch built suspension and shocks. I even used actual miniture rivets in some of the areas of the car. I had a real good time with this car but it did take a lot time to do but I think it was worth it in the end. Anyway, I hope you like it :nice:

 

 

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Member No. 25

 

4 posts in 6 years

 

and you're hiding workmanship like this

 

If it wasn't that we want to see more of your work, I'd say some very rude words about your lack of presence......

 

That's simply stunning craftmanship Chris.... how many hours do you think you've invested in creating that masterpiece?

 

- Oh, and we have a rule here, you have to give one of each model to the moderators, starting with whichever moderator makes the first response :nice: :o

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Good to see you downunder Chris. I've seen a lot of your work on the "other forum".

 

Hope to see alot more of your builds here.

 

Cheers

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So at which CROSSROAD did you sell YOUR SOUL, I'd really like to know.

PRETTY FLASHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH............

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Incredible, probably the nicest 32 slot car I have ever seen.

 

The driver detail is insane!

 

Keep them coming...

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:o !!!

 

So. :) Now that I'm so depressed having seen such work, anyone want a whole bunch of kits I've been collecting to have a go at?

 

Embs

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Member No. 25

 

4 posts in 6 years

 

and you're hiding workmanship like this

 

If it wasn't that we want to see more of your work, I'd say some very rude words about your lack of presence......

 

That's simply stunning craftmanship Chris.... how many hours do you think you've invested in creating that masterpiece?

 

- Oh, and we have a rule here, you have to give one of each model to the moderators, starting with whichever moderator makes the first response :):o

 

Sorry about the lack of posting - I shell post more often brother.

 

This car took a long time - I think I have over 40+ hours in this car. I normally take about 12 hours on a vintage kit - examples - Cox Cheeth, Cox Lotus and so on. I guess the more detail you put in the the mores hours. I have a car I'm I'm almost finished with with over 60+ hours in it. It's a Ferrari 330 P and I should have some photos of that car real soon. Anyway, thanks everybody for the cool comments on the car. More to come.

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Hi Chris

 

I usually refrain from saying anything much about your work when I see it on other forums because I struggle for superlatives...I am dumbfounded by it.

 

Welcome again to auslot.

 

John

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John, you may do well to send him a PM. At least then you can be sure he'll get it. He's not around here all that often.

 

Cheers

Embs

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OMG how do you do that? Is there a place were you tell your secrets. I would love to know how you do that. The paint brush Testors gave me with my paints wont paint eyes to that scale lol.

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Thought I would start posting here and sharing some builds - it's been a long so here we go - Some of you may already know me has Bosmeck (Chris Clark) so Hi to those who know me and hello to those who don't.

 

This is a Beardog 1/32 Coyote with lots of scratch building extras. Beardog built the chassis for me with custom scratch built suspension and shocks. I even used actual miniture rivets in some of the areas of the car. I had a real good time with this car but it did take a lot time to do but I think it was worth it in the end. Anyway, I hope you like it <img src='http://www.auslot.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':nice:' />

 

 

coyotefull.jpg

 

 

That's an 11 out of 10,can only dream of doing anything that nice,very very well done & look forward to seeing more of your work.

Cheers Jimmy.

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look forward to seeing more of your work

This is an old thread, and Chris has posted many beautiful cars since this one.

There is a sub-forum on SlotBlog devoted to Chris's builds.

Chris is bosmeck on slotblog.

 

Check them out and have a drool.

:)

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I would say he has removed them from his hosting service....

 

In modern parlance "Some wind has blown the cloud away" :)

DM

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I'd say that whatever up loader he's using for his pix has either gone belly up or there's a time limit on photo storage.

 

So be like the rest of us and learn to live life's little disappointments

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