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sinhow

Tamiya 1/35 German 3ton 4x2 Cargo Truck, Opel Blitz

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Well done that man,  a truly amazing workhorse. I stand back in awe and wish that I had half your talent and skill.

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Just been having a browse through the forums and this is my favourite of the day. Just superb, love the little boxes in the back of the truck with the eagle motif. Stunning looking model.

Just been having a browse through the forums and this is my favourite of the day. Just superb, love the little boxes in the back of the truck with the eagle motif. Stunning looking model.

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Fantastic work. I see something new each time I look at it.

 

Pete

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What?

Wait, those were photos of a model? 

No way, ...........you took photos of a real truck, didn't you? 

:lol:

Superb build sir.

 

G

 

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Stunning model! On a realistic background that could past for the real deal! I can't say better than that.

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This is superb, perhaps the most convincing build I've seen yet. After seeing this I added an Opel Blitz to my to do list, how did you do the rings for the tarp?

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On 04/06/2017 at 0:06 AM, NobleSavage said:

This is superb, perhaps the most convincing build I've seen yet. After seeing this I added an Opel Blitz to my to do list, how did you do the rings for the tarp?

 

Good morning sir, I made the rings by rolling thin wire onto a needle and then flatten them by plier. I then glue them to place by super glue and drill holes when cure.

 

Hope this help ;)

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10 hours ago, sinhow said:

 

Good morning sir, I made the rings by rolling thin wire onto a needle and then flatten them by plier. I then glue them to place by super glue and drill holes when cure.

 

Hope this help ;)

Thank you for replying, that helps a lot, ingenious technique, attention to detail like this is very inspiring.

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