One of my Shits n’ Giggles creations actually got past the WIP stage and entered the done and dusted section, and although that fact in and of itself is quite amazing, the finished product was even more so… ahem, well it was alright I suppose 😉
How a Velociraptor, a 1978 Trans Am Firebird, 3 Bridesmaids, a Mail man and a forgetful bride-to-be combined to create the greatest love story ever to have involved Hot Wheels diecast cars.
The Volkswagen Squareback that became a Tanker-back and went on to win a custom VW Hot Wheels competition. Follow me as I take you through what turned out to be the quickest build in history….kinda.
I wanted it to look flush – as if it was part of the initial design and not an afterthought* (Herein lies the key to good custom creations vs. average ones) and so attacked the plastic roof section with my blade… *Follow me as I put this odd creation together
Today we’re going back to where it all began and learning the single most important skill required to customise Hot Wheels and Diecast Cars – the basic wheel swap.
A last minute decision to enter a custom Dodge Van competition saw me hacking at firetrucks and tankers, the results of which were… second place! D’OH
From Concept Dragster to Custom Kool Kombi to My new Custom Logo – this is one custom Hot Wheels tale that really is a “Cool Story Bro”
Journey into the mind of a customiser and find out where I get my inspiration, how I start my customs and why only one sock ever goes missing from the wash.
“This thing is Sik…orsky” . Introducing the coolest cat in the skies, the hippest helicopter in the heavens – the Kombi Kopter. Putting out bong fires since 2001
My second concept custom, this half Caterham half Way2Fast was originally dubbed the Raterham but soon became known as the Lightning Rod
It’s been a while since we checked out what life has been like on the diorama shelf and so I thought I would update you all on the comings and goings of diorama life, which might I add is looking hellasweet indeed.