Test building BMW R75 1:25

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  1. maybaygiay

    maybaygiay Member

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    I present you test building the BMW R75 sideK 1:25. I have designed this model without Corel Draw, without 3D max, only used pencil, rule and paper:D
    very bad but cute (I think so:D)
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  2. milenio3

    milenio3 Active Member

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    Looking great! Keep on going!
  3. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

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    Beautiful work!
    I really love that knobby looking tire!
    I would love to see a series of build pictures on that tire!
    Very nice work! Keep them pictures coming!

    Russell
  4. David H

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    Wooooooooooooo!

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  5. paperbeam

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    All hand done - impressive!

    How did you do the tire to get such a deep tread in it?:twisted:

    Terry

    N and Z Old West paper models (free samples) at:paperbeam - virtual paper models
  6. causticphlegm

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    Yeah, that's the thing that really stands out...that tire. Man, how'd you do that?! o_O
  7. 72BMWR75/5

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    Wow. That looks amazing. Nice work.
  8. maybaygiay

    maybaygiay Member

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    hic hic! I'm sorry, I didn't take any photograph when I was builbing a tyre. It includes 5 part and I will rebuild:D
    But proplem is electric wire, gear shift and body (sidecar?? I don't know this word, sorry If have mistake)
    any body has technical drawing can post some picture???:)
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  9. Fishcarver

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    Excellent!!

    Great scratchbuilding job!!
    Jim
  10. Amazyah

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    I think I've got it. The wheels are made by taking a few round pieces of stock and you cut little notches out around the edges and offset them as you stacked them, to give the deep nobbie effect! DNE!

    Russell
  11. maybaygiay

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    Finish:D but after finishing I found that I forget to built whistle, hic hic
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  12. Tunny

    Tunny Papermodeler

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    Wow !!! Super Work !!! Super Man !!!