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Keith Pruitt

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    D. Keith
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    IPMS/Georgia Mountain Modelers
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  • Location
    Canton GA
  • Interests
    Gluing itty bitty pieces of plastic together and calling it a hobby...
  1. That's pretty freakin' awesome for having not built anything for four years!! Some of us have been practicing building during that whole four year span and we wish we could make one look like this...Nice work!!!
  2. Thanks!! Nope...just a craft stick...the round edge actually worked nicely to spread the epoxy evenly and smoothly...actually surprised me!!
  3. Thanks, Everyone, for your help. I used two part epoxy…just seemed the simplest and strongest method. I wasn’t worried too much about ooze, as any would be covered… Here is the finished project…
  4. Nice work, Gil!!! Are you making the trip to Warner Robins this year?
  5. I've got to attach a plastic model base to a wooden base for a project... I've thought about Aves ApoxySculpt, Cyanoacrylate, and Gator Grip Hobby Glue. Does anyone have any experience with attaching plastic to wood? Which glue would you use?? Thanks!
  6. Wow!! Great job!! I love the "battle damage"...outstanding!!!
  7. Thanks, Mike!! I'm planning to be in Warner Robins... :) ...hope to see you there!!
  8. Thanks, Gil... I used Model Master Enamels...Sand, Military Brown, and Pale Green for topside, Light Ghost Gray for the bottom. Camo was done freehand with a Badger Renegade Velocity.
  9. Finished this one about a week ago...thought I'd post it here...
  10. Thanks, Mike! I am really sorry I missed the Chattanooga Show...I had planned for several weeks to be there, but got slammed and couldn't get away for the day...I did hear, from our chapter members that were there, that it was another great show. Congrats!!
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