Wednesday, April 27, 2011

~The Best of Hollywood ~Swayze

A lot of movement in this gentleman Swayze.
today he received neck creases & muscling, revamped gentleman genitalia, ear creasing, jugular & chest work. a little work has been done to his base as will.
special note; head is KLF & tail is S. Rose

~All the Glitz Liz*

WOWza Liz is showing all the glitz. progress, progress, progress. The photos will show you her new tummy, girl parts, more leg refining, leg wrinkles, new chest. shaped her neck a little more & tail extention. You will also notice the different color apoxies, I do this sometimes to keep track of my transitions(steps).

Thursday, April 21, 2011

New Gal Liz*

~Liz is will started* & available
She is from the PAM Breyer mold & soon to be a glamorous show girl.
Liz has had a tummy tuck, legs moved & revamped along with hooves. tail dock, more elegant neck.
Liz will be GORGEOUS*
here is a teaser photo


Rustoleum 2x "Wet or Dry sandable primer, you can generally find the primer at a Home Depot hardware store.
The trick to a nice coat in my experience is to SHAKE WELL & WARM the can, either by sun light or a space heater - but please use caution when heating with a space heater. the recommended temperature is on the back of the can along with the instruction.
First a light coat of primer to find any anomalies that may have been missed during the customising process.  After any anomalies are fixed the next step is to lightly prim another coat of primer, let set, lightly low grit sand paper - still checking for anomalies. 2 or 3 coats of primer should be sufficient.  Again light low grit sanding sponge & buff with a sock like material. special note* watch for lint when using material as a buffer.  Let model set at least a day in between Prim*times & 3 days to cure before painting or shipping.
As a preference I do not use spray boxes, they seem to create more work do to the spray back. A well ventilated area from cool breeze works great.
I do date my primer cans so they are used newest to date, & i do not use the last bit of primer in a can, it reminds me of the last bit of drink in the bottom of a pop can. Yuck.