new structures

Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by belg, Jul 9, 2003.

  1. belg

    belg Member

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    Ok guys here are my latest creations in the still unnamed pike.The first is still missing some signs but is pretty well complete.

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  2. belg

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    second view

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    The next couple are not finished yet but are showing some promise.

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    Here's the last one.I'm also trying to use some signs that I printed on the computer and then sanded the back,Ive finally got that technique down but find that the colors bleed to much any suggestions?

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  5. Blake

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    Looking good! Those printed signs look great.
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    Belg,

    My signs bleed too if I use too much glue... I use a very thin coat of glue and use something besides your finger to rub them on..
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    Belg they are looking really nice! :cool: I agree about using to much glue and rubbing with your finger.
  8. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Nice modelling Belg I like the paint job and weathering. The sign looks well worn so quite realistic.
    So why doesn't your pike have a name yet?
  9. Clerk

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    Nice Construction going on there Mike. Why don't you start a new thread and ask some fellow modelers suggestions for a name for you pike?

    First one B E & G
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    Great modelling.
    That sign looks faded by age, I wouldn't change that, it looks great.

    Paul
  11. belg

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    Clerk appreciate the idea ,thanks.By the way though the name is Pat.
  12. Drew1125

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    That's some great modeling belg!
    :cool: :cool: :cool:
  13. jimmybeersa

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    Hey Belg see you got that scale rule worked out ....those are fine looking structures, better get myself in gear,
    keep up the great work
  14. belg

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    details

    Hey Guys, (and ladies escpecially our award wining baroness now that she is famous I hope she'll talk to us little people) I'm wondering if anyone has a good source for stuff like barrels carts and other "clutter" items. I want to finish a scene and get it set into the layout. I know the standards like micro eng. & details plus.