TWE's Tiny Challenge

Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by thewoodengraver, Sep 9, 2006.

  1. thewoodengraver

    thewoodengraver Active Member

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    You...you don't want the Sword?

    Heck I'll take it back then!

    I am very impressed with you student...umm...keep trying! LOL
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    The sword belongs to the king, not the jester. I could never be a pretender to the throne...but it's a heck of a lot of fun visiting the castle!!:wink: :grin: :grin:
    Chris
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    :grin: :twisted: where did you ever find that big penny........:roll:
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    LOL, then I should not have it either!!!
    What does a Wizard need with a serpent?
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    Well, I've been at it again. In honor and thanks to Phil for struggling with his difficulties in order to stay here on the site with us, I thought I'd do a few tinies.
    My shoulder's still limiting me, but I can do the little, simple stuff!
    Here's a scale down of the paper model of the Revell Moon Rocket Model of the 50's;
    View attachment 10232

    And here's the regular and little version of an old paper model waterline U-boat;

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    Simple, but fun!
    Chris
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    Well, I've been at it again. In honor and thanks to Phil for struggling with his difficulties in order to stay here on the site with us, I thought I'd do a few tinies.
    My shoulder's still limiting me, but I can do the little, simple stuff!
    Here's a scale down of the paper model of the Revell Moon Rocket Model of the 50's;
    View attachment 10232

    And here's the regular and little version of an old paper model waterline U-boat;

    View attachment 10233

    Simple, but fun!
    Chris
  7. cjwalas

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    But I couldn't stop there! After Trotskiy made his JU-87 Stuka available, I had to do one, so why not do a half-scale one as well?
    View attachment 10234

    After I looked at them this morning, I couldn't help but think the 1/2 scale just wasn't small enough, so I did a little one;

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    So it looks like I'm building a mini Stuka model museum!

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    Thanks again, Phil, for all the inspiration on doing little stuff!
    Chris
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    But I couldn't stop there! After Trotskiy made his JU-87 Stuka available, I had to do one, so why not do a half-scale one as well?
    View attachment 10234

    After I looked at them this morning, I couldn't help but think the 1/2 scale just wasn't small enough, so I did a little one;

    View attachment 10235

    So it looks like I'm building a mini Stuka model museum!

    View attachment 10236

    Thanks again, Phil, for all the inspiration on doing little stuff!
    Chris
  9. thewoodengraver

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    "Squintus Maximus"!!! to quote JimK...

    WOW Chris, I would not think your shoulder had anything wrong!!!
    FANTABULOUS!!!

    Just for this, I am gonna get off my phat butt and finish that Porter!

    I INSPIRE YOU???...well...turnabout IS fair play!!! YOU inspire ME!
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    "Squintus Maximus"!!! to quote JimK...

    WOW Chris, I would not think your shoulder had anything wrong!!!
    FANTABULOUS!!!

    Just for this, I am gonna get off my phat butt and finish that Porter!

    I INSPIRE YOU???...well...turnabout IS fair play!!! YOU inspire ME!
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    Also, I think it is time to make a slideshow and screensaver from this thread as well...whaddya think?
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    Also, I think it is time to make a slideshow and screensaver from this thread as well...whaddya think?
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    Yes indeed!
    This is definitely one of the all time fav's with over 22,000 views!

    Russell
  14. Amazyah

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    Yes indeed!
    This is definitely one of the all time fav's with over 22,000 views!

    Russell
  15. thewoodengraver

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    So far
    Sorry, I wasn't yelling, I did this for myself to have a reference of which pics I saved so far.
    I will now make the screensaver and slideshow for this challenge part1.
    If you want more, gotta build more tinies...