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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’s episode of Your Custom Hot Wheels features 90+ images of custom 1:64 scale diecast goodness from over 30 talented customisers. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about Yours
December 15th saw the annual Hot Import Nights show being held at Olympic Stadium in Homebush and for the first time in it’s history it featured custom and exotic cars in more than one scale, more than two in fact but I’ll get to that soon enough.
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.