Welcome to another edition of the Live and Let Die-cast Customs Review, our weekly show where we revisit all the great customs that our members produce. And it's been a crazy busy week, thanks mostly to customizer extraordinaire, Carnage717. I personally think he needs a new nickname here, something like, Carnage the Custom King. But better.
Also, for the first time ever, Lamley's customs post featured two LaLDiecast members, as both mine (shamelessly plugging our site), and Carnage's customs were featured. I'm pretty stoked, I have to say!
I was really glad to see Sn210, Type-S back in the game with his tampo-delete talents, and I agree completely that the Mustang looks infinitely better without the stupid flames. And, as you said, I couldn't tell the spots where paint came off so ignorance is bliss!
One of my most long-running customs projects finally got finished up, and I think the mud turned out pretty nicely on
I was excited to find texture paint on Friday so I couldn't NOT put it to good use... Did I overdo it...?
I also resprayed a TheFerrari The Ferrari, and it is now white. I wanted to make it silver, but Hot Wheels jumped my gun and released one in the N case, so a color change was in order.
As I mentioned above, Carnage717 is doing his utmost to keep this weekly review alive, and we apreciate him for it! Not only did he respray an old Jag E-Type and polish a Shelby GR-1 to a mirror finish, but he also finished an entire truck and included a how-to on how it was done! You, my friend, are a machine!
(Here's the Jag E-Type link, as it didn't want to work above...)
That's all for this week but stay tuned for next time, as I hope to have a few things done, and I'm sure Carnage will to! As always, let me know if you have any customs questions, and please keep customizing!