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Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by Dented Rick, Feb 4, 2012.
Here's my next build. A 1932 Street Rod. and it looks detailed. :mrgreen:
Is this Mauther's design? It looks great! It would be cool is you put the link as to where you downloaded it from. The person's offering this would highly appreciate it, and in fact may ask to use your excellent builds of their work on their pages. I think all you models come out great.! You really have the touch!
Not sure where i got it, as this is one of the first I've downloaded, and the only info in the pdf is " (trademark symbol) 2000 by F. Prudenziati"
Who has asked to use my builds? I haven't heard anything
Here's the designer's site - I was looking at doing one of the Aston Martins - some very nice models. http://www.zioprudenzio.it/fokker.html
Axiel, you rock. Thanks
I thought it was one of his works. On that note, Your model is extremely awesome. It takes a good modeler to bring out the fine attributes of his models.
Thanks, Im trying to do it justice. Not only for the designer, but also because i Love these old Coupe Rods
I have seen this model built before. It did not look like this. Actually, the last couple of builds where peppered with complaints. You are definitely applying your special touch to it, very cool!:thumb:
Thanks Zath, With the amount and size of some of these parts, I can see how anyone, including me, can screw this up. wall1
But im being careful, and hopefully i'll get lucky, and not mess things up yanno
I could have done this part alot better wall1
Very nice!! Some of those Skeleton Warriors that UHU just made would look cool sitting in there.
This is looking very nice. Wish I could find a model of a 23 T Bucket Roadster like the one I use to have.