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….
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!
Today we are in for a treat because not only is this a guide showing you how to make your next custom diecast creation turn, it is also a mini customiser spotlight as I will be proudly showcasing some of the work of the gentleman who has kindly provided the tips and tricks I will be sharing today.
It’s customiser spotlight time but today we’re not just shining the spotlight on one talented customiser, we’re shining it on an entire country! Come take a closer look at the Thai Custom Model Festival. See the work of Masanong, TJ Garage and more. Over 100 images and 1000’s of custom diecast cars for your viewing pleasure.
Today we see the battle between the diorama(s) owned by yours truly and another remarkable 1:64 scale world you might know as NCRVille.
It’s time to shine the spotlight on one extraordinary customiser in our midst and today that spotlight falls on an incredibly young and equally talented customiser by the name of Will. How young you ask? Put it this way, I haven’t asked his Mum if it would be OK to feature his work here …
Prepare to have your mind blown as we take a closer look at TJs Garage of Diecast Customs and see why he is the King of 1/64 Engines…among other things 😉
Today we’ll be shining the customizer spotlight on a guy who has been my right hand man here at MCH for the last couple of years, helping to manage not only the Facebook page but also to deal with the onslaught of questions (and occasional peanuts) that the page attracts.
We have learned how to make hinging doors and bonnets for our Hot Wheels but now we take things up a level. This awesome Guide comes from Scott B and teaches us how to make Tilting, Dumping & Dancing Beds for our 1:64 scale Hot Wheels Diecast Cars, I mean Mini Trucks.