Post by moramarth on Sept 16, 2018 17:55:14 GMT -5
#9 Pontiac Catalina Custom
O.K., where did this one sneak in from? And you've wired the motor and plumbed the carbs - you've certainly raised your game! Now that they're on, you might wish to go back and give the fuel lines a touch of colour to make them stand out; if you've got it, flaunt it!
Last Edit: Sept 16, 2018 18:24:11 GMT -5 by moramarth
Post by moramarth on Sept 16, 2018 18:23:20 GMT -5
#8 48 Chevy Hearse Pro Street
Nice build, but you could have gone a bit more ghoulish. You need a friend with a Games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 Imperial army (or - better yet - just the Gothic-style scenery); then you'd be able to scrounge all the left-over skulls, cowled and robed skeletons, etc. Well, that's what I do...
"Everybody's goin' nowhere slowly They're only fighting for the chance to be last There's nothin' wrong with goin' nowhere, baby But we should be goin' nowhere fast"
Post by moramarth on Sept 16, 2018 19:26:49 GMT -5
As for the hearse,i was just thinking about some kind of background and i am looking for a skeleton too!
Some older kits included skellies; Rommel's Rod, Monogram's Boot Hill Express and Lil' Coffin (the latter looks as if it doesn't really need it, but does look as if it might appeal to you). There's a 1:24th skeleton from Shapeways, but no individual figure in that scale is cheap. Halloween's coming up soon, wait until 1st November when all related products are remaindered...
I just found the build thread for this on another board. Clucking Bell, Leon! I had no idea just how much work you'd put into building this beast! That's a whole package of new modification skills you've developed that are on display, but it isn't apparent because all the various components look like they belong there! I was thinking it was just one of those kits you've been building that come out of the box ready customised: the fact that it looks like a professionally designed production item speaks volumes for your techniques! Sorry if I'm overdoing the exclamation marks but this post needs them...