Disney Pixar's CARS

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  1. Bad_Scorpion

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    Good now I feel like I'm doing something right. Thats the same method I've alsways used when putting together wheels. I think I do it that way though so if one side is going to be messed up it's the inside as I have more leverage to glue the outside to the tread but usually not the inside. That way when I put them on the finished work I can usually hide the error. But most of the ime these days, there isn't one. You're right swampworks it does take time and practice and PATIENCE! But now I feel secure in my method.
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    Good now I feel like I'm doing something right. Thats the same method I've alsways used when putting together wheels. I think I do it that way though so if one side is going to be messed up it's the inside as I have more leverage to glue the outside to the tread but usually not the inside. That way when I put them on the finished work I can usually hide the error. But most of the ime these days, there isn't one. You're right swampworks it does take time and practice and PATIENCE! But now I feel secure in my method.
  3. rickstef

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    Ashrunner is going to be laughing his head off, when he reads this.

    I was always lamenting the fact that i hated doing wheels, and now i have two people following my lead

    This is scary

    Rick
  4. rickstef

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    Ashrunner is going to be laughing his head off, when he reads this.

    I was always lamenting the fact that i hated doing wheels, and now i have two people following my lead

    This is scary

    Rick
  5. Amazyah

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    For an excellent tutorial on doing wheels you can check out this site by Ponytail.
    He is also a member here.
    Just click on the picture of the tire after you get to his homepage.

    http://home.tiscali.nl/ponytail/ponytail.htm



    Russell
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    For an excellent tutorial on doing wheels you can check out this site by Ponytail.
    He is also a member here.
    Just click on the picture of the tire after you get to his homepage.

    http://home.tiscali.nl/ponytail/ponytail.htm



    Russell
  7. Bad_Scorpion

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    Thanks for the link. But it looks like he also puts the outside on first. I didn't get to read it all so maybe I missed something if he does it different. But I'll hang on to this. Will try this method he had detail for the same build. I like the detail he added. I want to try that way now for that same model so if comes out alright I can try it on a couple of wheeled vehicles I setup from some games that have no tread def that need them. Like the monster truck from one of the GTA games. and some other I have that still are in refinement.
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    Thanks for the link. But it looks like he also puts the outside on first. I didn't get to read it all so maybe I missed something if he does it different. But I'll hang on to this. Will try this method he had detail for the same build. I like the detail he added. I want to try that way now for that same model so if comes out alright I can try it on a couple of wheeled vehicles I setup from some games that have no tread def that need them. Like the monster truck from one of the GTA games. and some other I have that still are in refinement.
  9. TheWebdude

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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin:
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    I hate building wheels too unless theres only one (Not many unicycle models in card to my knowledge....:twisted: )

    Aside from Wim's (Ponytail) excellent tutorial the only decent how-to I'm aware of is at Yamaha's site. The old page has been replaced with a Flash presentation but their method is the one I use: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html After loading the presentation select "Practical Instructions" then select "Front Tire".
    Oh, did I mention I'm back online?:grin: