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The bicycle lamp should be illuminated . For this I first drilled out the lamp. The wires of the SMD must be led into the Dio plate. For that I milled a groove in the front wheel. In the groove, the wires run from the lamp down into the Dio plate. then i filled the groove. The wired are therefore in the front wheel.


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Die Lampe des Fahrrades soll beleuchtet sein. Dafür habe ich erstmal die Lampe aufgebohrt. Die Kabel der SMD müssen in die Dio Platte geführt werden. Dafür habe ich in den vorderen Reifen eine Nut gefäst. In der Nut verlaufen die Kabel von der Lampe nach unten in die Dio Platte . Die Nut wird danach verspachtelt. Die Kabel liegen also im Vorderrad.
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This is the result of my experiment whit water and ships. I hope you liked.
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This a panzez IV f2 old kit of airfix scale 1/72 i made a few years (15 ) buht i liked i hope you liked.
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The AT-AT walker was the winner of the poll. I began assembling the kit and got about 2/3 of it done and my opinion on it is well, less than favorable. Granted this is a re-box of a fairly old kit. There is lots of flash, and mushy details. The fit isn't terrible, but there are numerous gaps that need to be filled. The sprue connection points are enormous, with some firmly in the detail sections of the piece. Since this is one of my favorite Star Wars vehicles I want to do it the best justice I can. I could push it through to completion and make it look fairly respectable, but I think I'm gonna dump this particular kit, or use it for experimentation or something. I will be ordering one of the very nice modern kits shortly, so in the meantime I think I will begin the Imperial star destroyer.

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Whitewash on the whole body complete. Not finished, but overall happy with the results of the first attempt of HS technique.

Started adding the mud to the suspension as well.

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Hey guys....can anyone identify this piece of armor? This was taken in Korea, my father in law called it a halftrack, I can"t id it. Looks like some sort of personnel carrier to me. He was a medic and it was used to retrieve wounded soldiers. (Sorry for the small pic)
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It's Star Wars time: Imperial AT-ST.
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Greetings All!
Started work on the Asuka M4A3 Sherman 76mm, kit # 35019. When completed it will be a 1/35th version of tank 711, of the 12th Armored Division. Alot more detail will go into this other than the HobbyBoss 1/48th version I did.
This is a great kit and goes together easily, and although the instructions, are partially in Japanese, (I wish I could read and speak it), there are some English subs as well. My opinion? the instructions are better than Dragon; you just have to pay close attention.
So the bogie assemblies and lower hull are somewhat done. Roadwheels are in the works and so are the tracks. On the tracks, I decided to use Model Kasten T 54 E1 Sherman tracks. Or it seems more like torture myself by assembling these tracks. But actually they seem to be going together pretty well, slowly but surely. I also purchased a set of duckbills to add to these tracks. The duck bills are manufactured by Bronco models and fit the ends perfectly. From what I see it takes 80 links per side on this kit.
I've also started using mr. Surfacer 500 to add texture to the transmission cover and the front top portion of the hull, and hatches. Started adding some Foundry marks to the hatches and bottom portion of the transmission cover.
Oh if your a Shermanholic like me the book in the picture is highly recommended!
More to come.
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Hello Mates
Do you know this Guy(Not the right one)?
I talked to him on the BSMC in Belgien.
A very...very friendly nice Guy.
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