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Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by Billy Leliveld, Apr 3, 2007.
Fantastic work Billy!
i realy like it billy
Let's see it hover!!...................... let's see it hover!!
I'm holding the whole thing upside-down, so I can figure out the lenght of the wires, man they are realy realy thin..
It took me about one hour to figure out the lenght of the wires, and the position of the magnet but..
Gentleman...we have lift-off...., or should I say levitation..?
It's realy funny, how it hoovers over the diorama, and every little gust of wind makes it move very slowly..
When I asked for a jeep (to go into this diorama) within an hour Rob Carleen sent me this betaversion , thanks again Rob
It came in two versions, the army and the one I 'm going tobuild, the firetruck on the photo of the background is one parked, so it fits in very good..
The kit is not very difficult, but has realy nice detail, specialy the tires look interesting..
billy i fall in love (in your work )
did u use magnet to lift it up?
how u do this great work?
Here's the original again
That's just so relaistic looking! It's amazing!
WOW!!!! Very nice!!!
I guess the guys in the foreground of the original ran away when the props stopped turning, huh??
Seriously, great job!!!
Very cool, Billy! Not sure if I can tell the difference!!!! Beautiful build! Thanks for the thread and entertaining pictures!
They're still around:grin:
Yaniv, I'll explain more clearly later, after I figured it out...
Still making changes ...
This has been a great build thread...and a most innovative display technique...really, really outstanding!...rated three rolling smile thingies........:rofl::rofl: :rofl:
Rob's jeep is coming along fine..
The Jeep is in...