Lively and informal writing introduces young or beginning modelers to the fundamentals of modeling scale cars. Covers the basics of assembly, gluing, decaling, and painting, including brush, spray can, and airbrush techniques. Includes a color gallery of finished models for inspiration.Use a coarse flexible sander to rough up the treads and remove any flash. appear on smaller parts as well. Fill sink marks, then sand them smooth and flush with the surface plastic so that they will not show when painted. ... Most chrome parts, such as bumpers, have a locator pin molded into the back side that serves as a guide for properly positioning the part. In most instances all you have to do is scrape the plating off the locator pin, which will be hidden once the part is in place.
|Title||:||Basics of Scale Automotive Modeling|
|Publisher||:||Kalmbach Publishing, Co. - 1999|