Scale RC Forum Forum Members’ Builds Off-Road builds Jeremy Clarkson's Top Gear Bolivian Range Rover

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  • #106368
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    Retrocosm
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    Yess! Soo much yess!

    🙂 Oh yes.

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    #106376
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    Man, looking killer already! Wheels and tires are so cool. I have a feeling that white sharpie will come in handy a little later in the build.. 🙂

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    #106377
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    Man, looking killer already! Wheels and tires are so cool. I have a feeling that white sharpie will come in handy a little later in the build.. 🙂

    Cheers fella, funny you should say that about the Sharpie, I’m so concerned about mucking up the writing I’m thinking it’s best to do it in something I can rub off easily, what that is I don’t currently know.

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    #106378
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    I would suggest white chalk markers:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/White-Chalkboard-Chalk-Markers-Variety/dp/B071F5ZCQV

    The only downside being that it may rub off too easily – maybe something like a spray ‘fix’ for charcoal/graphite could make it more durable but I wouldn’t know how that may affect the base paint (I would mask off as much as possible as the spray fixative stays tacky for quite a while).

    Just my two-penneth worth; it borders on my specialist area of print/design processes!

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    #106379
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    They sould like they might be perfect, cheers!  For the vast majority of the episode most of Clarkson’s ‘artwork’ is smudged anyway which was the look I was thinking of going for.

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    I had a rite good look at your Hammond build and was seriously impressed so I’ll be following this one also 😁

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    I had a rite good look at your Hammond build and was seriously impressed so I’ll be following this one also 😁

    Cheers chap.  Well I’m frustrated by the cold weather and the absence of a heated spray booth.  I have therefore been working on other bits.  In this case the grill and lights the former of which I sprayed in satin black, not caring about the temperature coz meh, not looking for a showroom finish here.  The side lights and indicators in Clarkson’s Range Rover are in the later stages of the episode held in place with what looks like gaffa tape and whilst I’d normally do the indicators in orange, Clarkson’s seem to be a faded yellow colour.

    In an attempt to recreate the gaffa tape I painted some Tamiya masking tape with Tamiya titanium silver paint and then cut out some strips and applied them.  I’m pretty pleased with the result.  I’ve also weathered up the whole assembly.

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    The dashboard 😍 the lights (that yellow 😲)… Soooo much awesome 🤩 I can’t paint to save my life 🤢

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    The dashboard 😍 the lights (that yellow 😲)… Soooo much awesome 🤩 I can’t paint to save my life 🤢

    Thanks chap, when it comes to spray painting, I genuinely have no idea how things are going to turn out.  Sometimes I’m really pleased, sometimes I’m very much not yet am not aware of doing anything differently.

    As such I got bored of waiting around for the weather to improve so I could get some paint on the shell.  I therefore employed a small greenhouse heater which belonged to my parents many moons ago and heated the garage up to a useable temperature.

    It’s my first time using spray enamel paint, it went on pretty well, certainly well enough as a base for plenty of abuse and weathering.

    Before spraying I added some more dents to the roof and a few other areas to try to match the state of the actual vehicle about two thirds into the film.

    One other thing I belatedly noticed was that the front windows are different on Clarkson’s to the JSScale version.  There’s a quarter light on Clarkson’s so I need to add a vertical window bar and cut out the mirror mount a bit.

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    #106437
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    This is just getting better and better, I can’t wait to see the next stage 😛

    #106438
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    This is just getting better and better, I can’t wait to see the next stage 😛

    Mark is right. For a change. Exactly what he said.

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