Because there are so many different ways of making opening and closing hinges I have employed some help and as such will be sharing not 1 but 3 methods on how to create hinges for your 1:64 scale diecast creation. The first method I want to share is, without doubt the best hinge hack I’ve ever seen…
This article aims to list all the castings where customisers can find parts for use in their next 1:64 custom build. Whether it’s a bigger/smaller engine, a roof rack/driving-lights/bull-bar, a flatbed/towing setup or just a random part that can be used as a diorama accessory the hope is that you will find a casting on this list that contains exactly what you need.
Today we shine the light on a fellow Australian customiser and a guy I have watched grow in leaps and bounds in a relatively short period of time. His name is Jade and he is not only a highly skilled customiser, he is also insanely creative. Add the fact that he’s a genuinely top bloke to the mix and you end up with a true customising triple threat…. in the best possible way of course. Let’s meet the man behind the customizing curtain….
Welcome to what I hope will be the ultimate guide to working with any type of two-part epoxy putty or resin. I started this guide with my own contributions and experiences but I will be the first to admit that when it comes to making wide body kits and shaping the hardened putty to perfection there are many out there better than me. So I sought them out…
Building Nemo from a Pez Dispenser and a Hot Wheels Kool Kombi casting was the easy part. It was FINDING the time to make NEMO that was hardest. This article also includes an introduction to the ultimate guide to working with two=part epoxy putty and modelling resin.
Had fun turning a Hot Wheels Volkswagen T2 pickup and a Disney Cars Mini Racers Lightning McQueen into Mini McQueen and Volks McWagen. The customs turned out quite nice but it wasn’t until @ChadEMartinPhotography turned his camera onto them that they really popped! KACHOW indeed.
Celebrating this wonderful hobby of customising 1:64 Hot Wheels diecast cars with this compilation of 116 of the best custom builds, May part 3. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about Yours! – and once again the amazing community of customizers from around the world have delivered. From mild to wild and from meh to hell yeah! – we got a little of everything for your inspirational viewing pleasure
Every few weeks the team here at MCH showcase the finest 1/64 scale customs found on Instagram and Facebook, and this week is part 2 of a 4 part May/June best of special – brought to you by the talented folks from the My Custom Hotwheels Facebook group. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about Yours…
Every few weeks I showcase the finest 1/64 scale customs I find around Facebook and Instagram, collating them all into one article so you can get your monthly fix of custom hot wheels and diecast car porn all in one place. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about Yours… and this time it’s in both picture and video format! Enjoy
Here is an easy guide to show you how to weather, shade and highlight your next custom Hot Wheels build to create that aged ‘barn find’ patina. A My Custom Hot Wheels How-To Guide contributed by Barry Hark.
Today we have another amazing customiser spotlight feature in store for you which has a special bonus how-to guide thrown in to the mix. That’s right, the highly talented customiser @Spoolin_Street is also going to share his steps on building your own detailed diorama building.
The guide will then be followed by a huge showcase of Alan’s diorama and custom work. Enjoy 🙂
Welcome to another My Custom Hotwheels Customiser Spotlight where the customiser is also the guest author…again. Today’s guest post showcases the amazing 1:64 dioramas from @Hotrod_Crazy. Everything from junkyards to dragstrips, toy stores to car dealerships (and everything in between) is included. Hell, there’s even a some 1:64 scale action from the Salt Flats of Bonneville. You don’t want to miss this one!