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Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by Gixergs, Jan 31, 2015.
I'm looking forward to the interior.
My friend named his youngest boy Ryan, making him the Ryan King.and I went to school with a battered and bruised neurotic child whose father Mr King had named his unfortunate son Wayne
A bit like Mr Hunt's sons' name: Mike ........
Anyway, back on topic!!!
Apologies for the rather hurried update but what an update, My favourite thing the engine
I was going to issue 3 kitten calming warning for the next set of photos but I think to be safe I will have to jump straight to a full blown emergency Hamster in a Sweater warning the first time a HSW has been issued
OK are we suitably calm? Swear box easily reachable? right this is a thing of beauty and a displayable model on it's on. Look at the hamster, now these
As always, @uhu02 never ceases to AMAZE me with the intricacies of the detail that he put into his models! This build thread is no exception!!!
I'll be in the back yard, burning everything I've ever built. Seriously, that is amazing skill!
@Gixergs : Good job on the hamster! It does not look like paper at all, it does look like a real one...
@uhu02 : ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC WORK!!! Keep it up, friend!!!
OK no amount of sweater wearing hamsters,fluffy kittens or skateboarding koalas will prepare you for the next photos so pick you favourite loud music have a stiff drink and let the true brilliance of it all wash over you
I feel for this one I should say to all the amazing model builders on this forum "There,there, don't cry,There ,there,"
Last ones for now
He is really moving fast now!
i don't know if I have well understood Google translation (but images let me think so) he join sections edge by edge without any kind of tab or other support!!
And this one? I know this is not impressive like the radial engine above, but look how he builds things like this!!!
Not only for the difficulty itself. It's the cleanliness, the extreme precision... I'm speechless.
How we can contine to do modeling after having seen UHU02 at work?
I'd love to learn some of his techniques.... He could write a book: "Tips & Tricks of a Professional Paper Modeller"
My lord, that is some brilliant work. I wish I knew more of the background of this ship. If there were some page translated into English, or Spanish, or German, that would be good enough for me.
Torpedoes and racks
Naughty words of awe and amazement
This is AMAZING!!!