And the results are mind blowing…no really. OK sorry, let me step down off of my soap box for a second… *kicks it to the side as if nothing happened*
My Custom Hotwheels Have Never Looked So Good!
Ahem so recently I was lucky enough to be invited by a good friend of mine Chad of @ChadMartinPhotography to have some of my favourite customs professionally photographed in his at-home studio. Of course I was there in a flash, carting with me more customs than he was probably prepared for (and we still didnt capture them all!)
I could go on about how I delicately unpacked 30+ customs and laid them all over his kitchen bench while his girlfriend rolled her eyes at the absurdity of it all but I think the pics tell a better story, and besides you didn’t come here to listen to me waffle on ….did you?
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*Using a black cloth background (supplied) and an iPad or Tablet (Definitely NOT supplied) you can achieve this same look with the nice reflections. Awesome Tip Hey 🙂
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Hey, I was wondering if you could do a how-to on how to cut out headlights that are a part of the diecast mold. I’m going to be starting work on a custom r/c car soon, and the chassis I ordered online comes with lights. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
Sure thing Adrian, but to answer your question directly I would just use a metal drill bit the same size as the headlight and using a clamp to hold the car in place I would simply drill them out.
Maybe start with a tiny drill bit to ensure you get the centre perfectly
i was wondering if you could do a how to on that three wheel vw bus