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Scipunk

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About Scipunk

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  • Birthday 11/25/1973

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    Western Massachusetts, US
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    RC, Models, cars, tanks, racing, etc

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  1. I was using plast-i-weld but it had no applicator so the bottle i have the tip was too big and it jkust poured out. I now am using the same stuff from micromark. it's gotten better but since this is my first foray with styrene there will be tons of mistakes. Side note my cat messed up my left had a little so going has been slow, but i have made some windshield armor progress
  2. Began work on the windshield which will be a longer part of the build. Center part is for something ill reveal after and i have to flesh out the armor. BTW this glue I'm using is like water and the application bottle apparently has too big of a tip so i need a better solution, suggestions welcome
  3. Started fleshing out the windshield and realized that the styrene glue I'm using gets everywhere....lol the center portion will be for something so much to do
  4. Added rear window armor, looks crooked but its just taped in atm. Also forgot about the roll bar so ill be making a new one soon
  5. Working on back window armor for the Scav Brat Rear window is just taped in atm so it looks crooked...lol
  6. Added some more to the side window armor, ordered a rack for the hood so i can focus on everything else i need to make. Need to ordere a lot more styrene and such (and some better glue)
  7. Did a bit of rough detail on the window armor it's supposed to be rough looking btw, i have a whole backstory...lol I also have some stuff coming for the hood. I need a lot more styrene... also posted in the build thread
  8. Ok so i began work on the fuel drum for what i have now dubbed the Scav Brat, this is really my first time working with polystyrene so bear with me as i am no pro. Used a old pill bottle and some wire/stryene and a plastic Tamiya bearing for the fuel inlet...lol Still need to make a hose and about 1 million other things over but i am happy so far. PS the windows are all armored so keep a eye out for that fun AND I finally got a airbrush so i can start learning and using that
  9. Began work on the fuel drum for the Scav Brat as i have currently dubbed it.
  10. Wow that's just dirty pool...lol I hope it is good, i still need a water trap for my compressor and i have heard mixed reviews about this model. If it's not up to snuff ill swap out for a iwata
  11. Began the early stages of my brat body project. Should be interesting and fun. Here's a sneak peek more will be posted in my build thread here: LE Brat
  12. I have began work on the body, going in a different direction from the blue Lots more to come, gonna take a while to get it all sorted
  13. Buttoned up the brat chassis, now onto paint! 20200102_132859 by David Ashe, on Flickr
  14. Hobby wing 1080 esc and metal servo saver for my TRX-4 2020-01-02_06-36-24 by David Ashe, on Flickr
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