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Hi,

 

here a few new cars from me

 

barth_005.jpg

 

miller_001.jpg

 

nisseki_001.jpg

 

some more pics you can find on my page


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Rainer - any chance of a 'tutorial' so us mere mortals can try to get such a damn brilliant effect?

 

They are seriously beautiful cars


Captain's log: We are enroute to some planet whose name I cannot pronounce to do something really complicated that I don't understand.

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Hi Eno,

 

it isn't very difficult to make these pictures, I have a little diorama and a digital reflex camera and then I put this scene into my garden when the sun is shinning, I like the light in the afthernoon when you can play with the shadows... so and now try to catch a nice pic...


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Any Jagermeisters in the gararge?

 

This is my 1/28 kyosho body (white kit) on Plafit chassis, we now have a Group C plafit class in Qld.

 

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Paul NZ - Scale with Detail!

 

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Any Jagermeisters in the gararge?

 

This is my 1/28 kyosho body (white kit) on Plafit chassis, we now have a Group C plafit class in Qld.

 

Picture054.jpg

 

 

Where do you get your kypsho bodies from?

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Any Jagermeisters in the gararge?

 

This is my 1/28 kyosho body (white kit) on Plafit chassis, we now have a Group C plafit class in Qld.

 

Picture054.jpg

 

 

Where do you get your kypsho bodies from?

 

Here ya go

Kyosho

 

Kyosho 1:27 bodys

 

Unfortunatly the prices are not that great, there may be cheaper around.


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David

 

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another picture from the Bad Aachen

p956kh_aachen_033.jpg

 

no I haven't any Jagermeister paitend, until now


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Hi,

 

here a few new cars from me

 

barth_005.jpg

 

Hi Rainer,

is that a decal or alu foil around the exhaust?

Is that the 962 Weisach test livery?

It certainly looks nice.


"If one does not fail at times,

then one has not challenged himself."

 

Ferdinand Porsche

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Hi Rainer,

is that a decal or alu foil around the exhaust?

Is that the 962 Weisach test livery?

It certainly looks nice.

 

thanks :-)

 

that ist Bare Metal Foil on the side around the exhaust

 

yes this is a test version, i have found one pic in the web

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Any Jagermeisters in the gararge?

 

This is my 1/28 kyosho body (white kit) on Plafit chassis, we now have a Group C plafit class in Qld.

 

Picture054.jpg

 

 

Where do you get your kypsho bodies from?

 

Werner from Ace Hobbies has better prices than this and a good selection to boot!


Paul NZ - Scale with Detail!

 

Narangba Club Local

 

Gold Coast Raceway 09

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Hi,

 

another WhiteKit was finished

 

p962_rial_004.jpg

 

The Porsche started in the 80's in Germany in this livery


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Hi Rainer,

yet an another nice Porsche.

That would have to be 88/89 at the Norisring.

They were the only races were Carrera would sponsor cars.

 

And I would have had my bum planted at the "Steintribuene".


"If one does not fail at times,

then one has not challenged himself."

 

Ferdinand Porsche

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and 2 new one from me

 

Decals from Patto, paint with Tamiya and clear varnish from MIPA

p956_faturbo_005.jpg

Decals from Spain, paint with Tamiya and clear varnish from MIPA

p956_danone_001.jpg


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Hi,

 

the latest of the collection

 

p956_bp_003.jpg

 

Decals from Patto, painted with Tamiya, Clearvarnishing with MIPA


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hi,

 

it was not easy to fit these decals

 

I never find it easy to use Patto's decals, even on the rare occasion they do fit the body I'm painting they are poor (IMHO).

There are plenty of people who buy his decals and have great success, but I never have - perhaps it's just the Group C decals that aren't designed for a slot.it body?

 

Love your work though Rainer, another excellent livery, great job.

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I've certainly enjoyed painted a couple of hundred of these. But I've stopped now.


Ashes to ashes funk to funky we all know Chris is a junkie.

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