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footprints on veh's does it work?????????????

December 5 2003 at 5:30 PM
andy inman  (no login)
from IP address 81.97.11.240

hello all
ive just come a cross a picture of a model and the owner has put footprints on this veh( gmc jimmy )around the back of the truck and the footguards at front looks nice but to bright stands out to much .sorry cant get picture found it on some website and cant get back to it or remember its name.
so i was wondering do you have any pointers on this subject..
does it work or not ?
do you like the idea?
or is it something to replace chip marks on paint work ..
please put or remarks below
thank you

 
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Tim williams
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12.74.50.87

Footprints

December 7 2003, 1:48 PM 

I added muddy boot tracks on the floor
of my old Tamiya half-track artillery
tractor.I used a small brush to apply
a mix of tan acryllic paint/baby powder.
As you said,too bright.Looked more like
paint than mud.If I can come up with a
good method, I will share with all.
Tim Williams

 
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