Thank you so much for the kind words and the support, I appreciate it!
I can totally do those engine supports down the road, but I´m currently busy with the last remaining Upriser parts. I can tackle all further requests afterwards.
Hope you´re a bit patient with me :) I do this in my rare free time and unfortunatly it´s not producing enough income to work on 3D items fulltime ;-)
Again, thanks for the support!
DJForce As an additional question: Can you make this available in a set of 2 and 4? When removing the A-pillars, the original clips usually all break and leave Fiero enthusiasts in the need of more than just one of these clips.
Connecting them with a sprue would help bringing the cost down a lot.
DJForce Excellent! Doing work on my Fiero A-pillars right now. How do these attach? My guess is: Remove the old ones completely, insert these clips into the trims and then put the assembly back in place?
I just created a new category in my shop, where I will offer all things nice and cool for the Pontiac Fiero, a classic American sportscar, built from 1984 to 1988.
As I drive a Fiero on my own, these parts are what I think would make the car even cooler, and maybe some of you might think alike :)
Thank you so much for the kind words and the suggestions!
I am actually working on a Venom version, and a custom fit for Floyd Malloys mask, but that nametag slate is a great addition that I didn´t think of before. Thanks again! :)
In addition to the current MASK Mod May Flashsale, I managed to constantly bring down the price for these parts needed to complete the full-on cartoon look for the M.A.S.K. Gator - http://shpws.me/Mf2t
Thank you very much for the kind words!
I did mix a custom color to match the original Battle Ram paint. If you want to give it a try, go with a dark green, a bit of turquoise and some medium blue, maybe darken it with dark grey or a drop of black - but be careful not to mix in too much black!
Good luck! :)
Thanks for the kind words!
I would recommend your favorite brand of acrylic paints. Prime the whole thing and paint it white with grey details. If you want to, you can also highlight the fine gaps with thin black wash, as I did on the prototype shown here.
Thank you so much for the very kind words! :)
And also thanks a lot for that awesome photo. Would you mind if I share this on my Facebook account? Or would you rather do that on your own?
Thanks a lot for your support! I really appreciate it! :)