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    Ohhh I don't know ... Transformers maybe ? ;)
  1. Sort of back from the abyss ... greetz my fellow TFans :)

    1. Markusius
    2. HnH


      Wb meine freund

    3. Sparkless


      About time Captain Beerstein! I've missed you man!


  2. Happy birthday buddy Send me a message or something and let me know you're still about OK

  3. I fear your fingernail is the way to go. Solvents will hurt the plastic, any harder tools or brushes will scratch it :shrug ... you might try a soft brush, but that'll take way longer than your fingernail, and eventually scratch the plastic too.
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    The Action Pose Thread

    I kinda didn't like Grimlock as any of the limbs ... ... and once I got RiD Magnus there were some spare parts :D
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    Does anyone buy/sell/trade through email?

    Only through the forum for me ! When I've done some trades with a seller I have no problem moving to faster communication though :)
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    Screwy Wal-mart Prices

    Y'll better not go TF shopping over in Beerland ... 20 Euros for a Deluxe, that's about $27 ... FOR A DELUXE :wtf ... other classes are priced accordingly :(
  7. Heeeey buddy, long time no talk ... how're things ?

  8. Happy B-Day!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. School's out forever !!! ... at least in my case :D

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    Need Help Selecting a Paint Scheme

    There's translucent paint - I ususally use lightbulb-paint, takes up to 600°C :sneak
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    Generation 1/Classic Bumblebee

    the 1:24 model kit is too big for classics Bumblebee, you'd need a 1:32 scaled kit get a plastic model kit, seriously, you won't have much fun with the metal regular brand superglue is good enough for fixing plastic to metal metal isn't as sensitive as plastic, so paint stripper will do just fine, but unless you want to prepare the metal, apply a base coat etc I'd just leave the paint on, it'll work great as base coat for your paint to stick on Good luck with your project :)
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    The Action Pose Thread

    ... double-happy :sneak
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    Free stuff for kitbashers! by Minion

    Ahhh I'm too late :tfsad Are the Blue Prime and/or Mirage hands still available ? edit: and the Alt Smokescreen engine ??? :D
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    Schlecki02's trade/wannabuy topic

    ... and another one bumps the dust :bounce
  15. Schlecki02


    Everything went fine :thumb (for previous reference check: prowlclone85)

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