Hi. Here is my current "getting-back-into-the-swing" project - a '68 Camaro SS. This is a rework of Adrian Sinnott's old Paper Sportscar Models book, but redesigned / redrawn and blown up from 1/32 to 1/18 ( I like the bigger scale). The original car fit together very poorly. Judging by the most of the work on this site, my projects are pretty amateurish and simple, but I enjoy making them, so that is the most important. I have a tried and trusted formula that I like. I don't (can't) use programmes to design vehicles - I use Photoshop and draw 1 side profile reference / all panels and then mirror. Not very scientific, but it suits my purposes. To save printer ink (did I mention I was cheap?) I print in B/W and painting with poster paint / acrylic - the car has the first coat at this time . All chrome trim is tinfoil cut into strips / shapes, white pencil and silver pen for insignia. From a distance it is pretty passable. Curves can be a problem, but clever color use can be effective. The same floorplan can / be used for a '68 Firebird and '69 Camaro / Firebird with panel redesign. Here is a very early stage with the first coat. Paint / wheels / insignia / "chrome" trim etc. will follow. I will post pics of the build progression if interested. Ian B.