T-38 1/35 scale - my prototype

Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by tryModel, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. tryModel

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    Hi all,

    I have tried to create my own 1/35 scale model T-38. What do You think about it?

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  2. Zathros

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    I think you have created a T34 Tank, and an excellent one at that. I am sorry to ask, but it this an actual model or a computer render. It looks perfect!! :)
  3. arkon

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    very nice!! you gonna let us make some?
  4. Zathros

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    After all these WarHaammer40K Tanks, it's nice to see a real one! :)
  5. tryModel

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    No instructions and no camouflage.

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  6. micahrogers

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    definitely interested :p Looks great.
  7. tryModel

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    my mistake

    :cry: I added two photos and saved. The first article disappeared. I contacted the moderator. Sorry
  8. Zathros

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    It's a nice model, but I would advise you go give it away or not. If you upload it to the "Downloads" section, a person will have to have been a member here for 4 weeks before they could download it.

    I personally would not advise giving emails accounts to people unless you have not met or have not known on the forum unless it is for a VERY long time!
  9. Wojtee

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  10. tryModel

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    Zathros is right - I'm sorry, I accidentally broke the rules. I promise to upload the model to the "download".



  11. Zathros

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    You didn't break any rules. email addresses should always be done in private. I sent you a Private Message that covers everything. Your all set. :)
  12. lehcyfer

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    I'm impressed.
    The model is crisp, simple and yet it has all the details shown as drawings which enables anyone make it more detalized if wished.

    Sweet spot. Keep it on in this way and the world will be richer with some wonderful models.

    Even more laudable is the fact that you give it away for free.

    I applaud you, sir.
  13. tryModel

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  14. Zathros

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    Wow! It came out very nice. I am glad you figured out the upload system, not so bad once you get used to it. :)
  15. Norjax

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    Nice model! Did you use 3D software to create it? If so, what did you use? I aspire to create my own card models and it helps to know what others use.

    Thanks.
  16. tryModel

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    Hi,

    no I do not use 3D software, only 2D CAD for the final drawing. I'm old school - everything I count manually. I like constructive geometry. Therefore, my models are easy :)

    tryModel

  17. Norjax

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    OK, thanks for the info. Another way to design card models. :thumb:
  18. Dragos

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    Very good looking model! Thanks for sharing.
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    It is very nice model, good job, I would it to make it. But maybe in resize for 1:25. :)