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Kpnuts

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Hi all Years ago I used to build plastic kits, before I got into scratch built ships and boats, well I never threw anything away as sometimes I could convert bits and bobs for my ships.
since I've got back into plastic kits I dug this out of the scraps drawer and decided to try and do something with it.






 
 
 
 
 

so do you think its worked I have to say I am quite pleased with the end result.
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eduardo

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Works for me.[thumb]
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Great effects

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Brilliant
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Ken that is brilliant ! The explosion looks fantastic and the drivers pose suits the situation perfectly, I can hear the scream lol

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I'm guessing that this effect is created by cotton wool and some form of internal lighting?
I've seen this effect on Pinterest and always been amazed how it's created.
Great job

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Kpnuts

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Yep leds embedded in glue from a hot glue gun I then paint the glue in shades of red yellow and orange put the cotton wool on, turn on the leds then with an ab spray orange yellow and red to produce the desired effect (a note here the glue from a hot glue gun conducts electric (don't ask me how I know)so make sure you paint the led legs to insulate them.
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Holy crap that turned out cool! What a scene! I am impressed. Very impressed.  [smile]
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very nice buildup! thnaks for sharing the lighting techniques!
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