KpA3 255b - Renova Model - 1:25 - updates & redesigns

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  1. had

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    And now it look somthing like this
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  2. had

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    for better understanding
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    Had,

    Very nice job. I especially like your techniques used on the air filter and the radiator. Even the hydraulic jacks are stunning.

    Keep going!

    Ken
  4. had

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    Continue...

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    Again a small progress...

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    Thanks Josef!

    So, the main base of engine is done and now I can start with the small thinks. First will be propably the fuel divide mechanism.

    It starts look like engien :)
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  7. bclemens

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    Had, You and Patero have brought a much higher level of craftsmanship to this forum. Thank you for joining and sharing things with us.

    For example, you wrote:

    Most of all what I know I learn from different foroums on internet, so it's abut searching, reading learning and experimenting...

    It just came to my mind - try this - put paper to some strog spirit for about 10 -15min (I use technical spirit - 60 - 70%) and then tray to bend it, it will be very interesting - paper will be flexible like it was in water, but stay normaly strong...

    It's very difficult for me explayn that corectly, but tray and you see...

    After some training it's very good technick for making more plastic look for sides of simple wheels...

    And I can't forgot - I learnt this from Losllanos (from Slovak forum)

    Try and enjoy!


    Yes- that is what learning this craft is about- try and enjoy! Please continue to post your work and please share with us as much as you like to share. I, for one, will be a very willing student.
    Cheers!
    Bruce
  8. had

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    Thanks Bruce,

    Even thought I do this model for my own pleasure, but some time is hard to continue in work, so it's always very encouraging read post like that your one.

    Thanks.
    Miro
  9. had

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    I starts wihtn fuel divader. For now only main base.

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  10. had

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    back to some old stuff, I finised the tool box :)
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    I had too much duties in last tree week, but now I'm back and continue with fuel divider...

    It's unfinished jet, but it was too quiet here :)

    Enjoy!

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    Probably fuel regulator

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  13. I think your attention to detail reminds me of when I was young. I don't have the dexterity and my eyes are not that good anymore. Yesterday I spent all day trying to build one roof for an archtectural model. The tops of the towers gave me fits.

    So hats off to you. Enjoy it while you have it.

    Very nice work. By the way how did you get the gas cans to look so real? Even the X indentations are there. Great job!

    Tim
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    All I can say is WOW!

    I can't believe the oil can, grease gun, wrenches and jack!

    YOU ARE THE MASTER! Your work gives people like me a vision of what is possible in paper. Very inspiring.

    THANK YOU! :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:

    Ken
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    Thanks a lot, I'm glad you like my work...
    At this time is kraz on stend by (because of wedding preparations)...
    But at least some progress :)

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    I also have this one, its first renova model but looks great. Nice build Had, i wish you good luck
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    Had,
    Congratulations to you and your bride to be!balloon6balloon6balloon6balloon6balloon6
    I wish you both nothing but the best... Cheeres!aussie...
    So when is the big day anyway?


    Kevin
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    Thanks Kevin,
    It will be 21.6.2008

    I finish second wheel

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    I've gog three whels now...
    For changing a litle bit the work I decide to build this...
    If somebody want to buil it, here is my upload :)...
    I decide add some other files, if here will be interest...

    RapidShare: 1-Click Webhosting

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    New stearing wheel...

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