i must agree with Colin as well sharpie on the doors is not a good idea i would recomend you try enamel paint since its maide for plastic i use it to paint my customs and it works fine its about $5 for a pack of 10 bottles and if you wanna remove sharpie try using nail polish remover it works the best, hope this helps keep up the good work!!!:) - Paulo
the chief will ride on it whae batt2 is out and the painting is because i thought it would be nice. the seats are for the air tanks, that means that there is more room other gear like the jaws, cutters, air compresors etc in the cabnits
Not bad, although like Collin said the sharpie on the doors and the cutting aren't the best choices. Also one small thing...the green light on top of the cab, do you know what that's for? Green lights are used to mark command units, so unless there's a chief on this engine I would reconsider the green light. Keep working and improving though!
i tried painting but it took to long to dry and i didn't know that people have used it before and do you know what company would make an engine like thisand which part are you talking about for the painting
Not bad except for all the cutting and painting.
That seat design has been used before you, so just because someone else has it doesn't mean its your. Different versions of that seat have been made many, many times.
I highly suggest to stop painting as it ruins the parts, and when put on apparatus, the look of apparatus. If you do paint, you should take time and make sure the whole part is painted, not sharpied.