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Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by loenf, Jul 20, 2008.
Nicely, nicely, nicely done.:thumb:
I've always thought that Sci-Fi models were never truly complete without lights.
Adding a small capacitor in line with some of the LEDs should make some of the lights blink, right? This could add yet another element of life to the display.
Hi, there is a very simple method to have a visual-effect, using a RGB Color-change-LED. I already used it for the luminous advertising at my Tumbler Diorama.
I don't know what to say....
I can stare at that display for hours, days...forever.
I want to see the real thing in front of me, photos just don't do justice to all the hidden details and tricks you put into that display.
Is that image of Batman in the window a transparency? It looks holographic.
I'm truly in the presence of a master.
That is genius, the r2-d2 looks so detailed i like how the charger is plugged into a usb port haha
wow this great model that I can not believe it paper
and may the force be with you Paper
It's not the charger in the usb, it's the usb-mouse from the notbook. There is always a little mess on my desk
Now that is way cool!!
amazing, i am in the process of making that c3po as well, thanks for the link to r2-d2!
your diorama must look nice in real life, but the pics are still amazing
Sorry to bring up an old thread but this looks really good.
I'm impressed with the use of lighting in it.
You guys are awesome! I love this, so good!!!
Hi! I'm still new here. If you need to send the model C3PO PDF file.
Otherwise, congratulations on a super diorámához! You have five good hook. Keep it up!
You are an artist.