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Kev the Modeller
#21 Posted : 08 July 2019 20:33:11

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Being an old fashioned modeller, all of this new fandangled 3D printing stuff really boggles my mind, but I have to say that you seem to be very well versed in it's technology and it certainly shows in your work.

Brilliant job so far Carl, very well done. Cool ThumpUp

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#22 Posted : 09 July 2019 01:57:12

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Cheers Kev,
OK here are the final rendered images. I ran out of time during the build so I didnt take any pictures of the painting of the model.


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#23 Posted : 09 July 2019 02:06:57

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OK here is the actual finished model.I had to rush the paint job to finish in time for Wonderfest.

It was a real learning experience .It is quite challenging to design a model from scratch.it was a lot of fun and has given me a good insight into how much time and effort is required to turn a design on paper into a real object


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#24 Posted : 09 July 2019 08:18:16

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An amazing result Carl and all credit to you.... very well done.....Love Love

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#25 Posted : 09 July 2019 08:21:02

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That is brilliant.
I can see 3D printing at home hitting our hobby in a very big way in the future.
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#26 Posted : 09 July 2019 11:08:11

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Carl

That looks really neat and what a great idea you had for this one as the end result is believable.

Seems you are a bit of a master with that 3d printing game. I dabbled a few times but total lack of skill on my part to try and design anything from scratch and after printing a few downloadable files the novelty sort of faded for me.

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#27 Posted : 09 July 2019 11:30:14

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Carl Outstanding mateBigGrin looks like something out of a hasbro blister pack Drool Drool great stuffBigGrin regards PhilCool
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#28 Posted : 09 July 2019 12:29:52

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Drool Excellent example of scratch building Love

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