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Discussion in 'Space & Aeronautics' started by Nando, Jan 18, 2019.
Awesome collection of consistent repeatability, much respect.
I have never been able to do a printed model, and NOT paint it to cover up all my bad stuff... ENVIOUS of those that can do what you have shared!! Very NICE JOB!!
With these parts I completed the making of the details of the rear compartment. Now I can move on to assemble the compartment as a whole and place tanks and details on the external walls.
PS: many attempts to try to reproduce at best discharges of some sort of gas or fluid
What torture! The very small parts are very funny and overall it is impressive as they enhance a model. Fantastic work.
Since you are doing such a FANTASTIC JOB on all of these tiny parts, it will make a HUGE impact on the model as a whole!!!
We start to see something
I decided to make the pedestal provided by the model to have a place to put the model while it is under construction. When I will have completed the model, I will study something to see the interiors.
I watched Apollo 13 two nights ago after looking at some pics on your thread!!
First quadrant complete with accessories
That is really coming together nicely!
Oh Yes! I agree...This is looking VERY NICE!!
All quadrants complete with details. The next step is the peripheral rings.
Superb craftsmanship. You are doing a fantastic job!
This is breath-taking!
Wow, can't believe I missed this thread until now! Amazing build so far, I'm watching it with baited breath!
And he's originally from South Africa!
I cannot believe you downscaled a ultra detailed model and are keeping ALL details in the reduced size!