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Old 01-19-2017, 02:38 PM
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Thoroughly enjoy seeing you make, and detail, a model Johnny. Your work is consistently excellent. Enjoy your trip, have a safe one.
Thanks a lot Elliott Back home to cold and snow..and some modelling of course
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Old 01-19-2017, 02:39 PM
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Wheels...
Had to try to make one of the roadwheels. Oh my...what a timeconsuming job it was on this model. Used about 4 hours to make half a wheel
It contains a lot of parts as you can see of the drawing.


Its a lot of nice details. Also did some weathering...or accident if you like


This kit is really a massive one, and will take some time to finish
But as I see it..the pleasure with this hobby is so great that the time does not count.
So lets continue with the wheels..


Im not used to this type of drawings so I use a bit of time to study parts and drawings...And have not found any buildreports of this kit that are much helpful..so I struggle on


More next week
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Old 01-20-2017, 12:45 AM
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That is wheely awesome

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Old 01-20-2017, 08:06 AM
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I gotta agree with Tim pretty nice work.
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Old 01-20-2017, 12:19 PM
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Great work !
That's lot of parts and detail on those wheels. Making the first is fun, until you realise there's 10 more coming

Is it an impression or the drawing look similar of one of the worst modelik from the 90's
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Old 01-26-2017, 02:05 PM
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Thanks a lot guys!!

The testbuild of the wheel is finished...Each wheel contains 54 parts...will do a more pictured build of the wheels later
But all in all I think it came out fairly good

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Old 01-26-2017, 04:07 PM
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I have decided to make the tank in several sections. First section to be finished is the underside of the hull.
The part isA bulldozer blade is mounted on the T-72's nose and can be deployed to dig firing positions or clear debris.
Drawing tells me the number of parts is 50..

The drawing


The top side is laminated to 1mm lasercut part Just have to say that the laserpackage for this tank is really huge!!! Almost complete covering of 1 and o,5mm parts.
Not very strange it was pricy
Another neat thing with this model is the 1:1 drawing. A lot of them As you can see here, the finished part is placed on the drawing.


Next was to start making the cylinders. Pretty straight forward building here.


A lot of bulbes or some halftubedshaped parts on the underside

Im not sure what this is for parts...maybe someone can enlighten me??
Managed to delete the picture of the finished parts..will do another soon
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Old 01-27-2017, 12:09 PM
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Next is the inside of the front mudguards.Not very difficult, but getting it nicely done....is another matter.


Some parts laminater to 1mm laserparts. And did also some preshaping ot the main part


Inside of the mudguard and the preshaped part.


The first one in place


More next week!
Have a really nice weekend fellow modellers!!
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I wonder why GPM did this Tank with a gray interior?
It would be a very dark interior!

Its supposed to be white.
Odd.

Anyway, very nice work.
Nice big model.
Just the way I like 'em.
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Old 01-31-2017, 12:24 PM
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I wonder why GPM did this Tank with a gray interior?
It would be a very dark interior!

Its supposed to be white.
Odd.

Anyway, very nice work.
Nice big model.
Just the way I like 'em.
The inside of the turret is kinda whitegreyish....

I also like them big
Going to build 3 more 1:16 in a row now...and your centurion is one of them.
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