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HOW TO BUILD CAR MODELS by Video Workbench
(35 Minute Run Time, Digital Download Version)
Creating beautifully realistic car models has never been easier, thanks to the instruction of award-winning modeler Pat Covert in this brief instructional modeling video! Begin by reviewing the needed supplies, get tips on planning the build, and then move on to assembly. Learn about alignment, detailing engines, and more. Finally, get tips for painting, polishing, and weathering model cars. Try out this video and ensure the next model car kit you build will have a professional finish!
Here’s what you’ll learn in HOW TO BUILD CAR MODELS:
How to make, Shape and sculpt custom auto bodies, Removing chrome, Engine details: distributors, Plug wires, Wire looms, Fan belts, Exhaust systems, Interior details & Seat upholstery, Cements for plastic and clear parts, How to build a magnetic jig for exact wheel and auto frame alignment, Body painting: preparation, Priming, Spray techniques and curing, Polishing to perfection and much more!
About Instructor, Pat Covert:
Pat Covert is recognized as one of the world’s foremost car model experts. He wrote the Tips and Techniques column for “Scale Auto Enthusiast” and the Autofile column for the “Journal of the International Plastic Modeler’s Society”. He’s won dozens of awards, including Best Auto National Champion at the 1991 IPMS Nationals.
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Flexibility & user-friendliness:
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