Construction of a Landram from Revell fan with light Groeße 1/32

Discussion in 'Mixed Medium' started by cylongirl, Jul 22, 2016.

  1. cylongirl

    cylongirl Galactica lives in Germany

    Das Papiermodell von Revell Fan laminieren und auf einen Holzblock setzen.
    laminating the paper model of Revell fan and put on a wooden block.


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  2. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

    I'm looking forward to seeing where the journey goes..! :)
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  3. cylongirl

    cylongirl Galactica lives in Germany

  4. cylongirl

    cylongirl Galactica lives in Germany

  5. cylongirl

    cylongirl Galactica lives in Germany



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  6. cylongirl

    cylongirl Galactica lives in Germany

  7. cylongirl

    cylongirl Galactica lives in Germany

    Front und Heck sind mit Magneten verbunden
    Front and rear are connected with magnets
    Licht mit 9V Block Batterie
    Light with 9V battery

    Was sagt der Konstrukteur?/What does the designer?
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2016
  8. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator


    I really like it when people are building my models. :)

    The only thing I'd like to address is: The structure on the roof is a bit impractical. The original was fairly smooth and when it rains the water is collected in the recesses. Just a nitpick but I think you should know. Other than that it looks fantastic! :) thumbsup

    HOWEVER, if you see it as a frame to store some luggage I have no objections there. :)

    Ich mag es sehr, wenn man meine Modelle baut. :)

    Der einzige Kritikpunkt wäre die Struktue auf dem Dach. Das Original war ziemlich glatt und wenn es regnet, sammelt sich dort das Wasser. Nur so ein Gedanke. Abgesehen davon sieht alles fantastisch aus! :) thumbsup

    ALLERDINGS: Wenn du das Gitter als einen Rahmen ansiehst, der Gepäck aufnehmen soll: dagegen habe ich keine Einwände. :)
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  9. Gandolf50

    Gandolf50 Researcher of obscure between war vehicles... Moderator

    Finally!! Let there be lights! Great job!
  10. zathros

    zathros SENIOR Administrator

    The were "blown" dry during "decontamination" when they re-boarded the ship. Must keep the buggies out!!!

    @cylongirl, Excellent and quite right!! :)
  11. Rhaven Blaack

    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator

    @cylongirl As always, I GREATLY ENJOY watching your work! It always inspires me to look at new ways of building and trying my hand at new (and different) techniques. So keep up the FANTASTIC WORK!!!thumbsupthumbsupthumbsup

    The structure on the roof of the cockpit section makes perfect sense for storage. The grid will help keep stuff from sliding around (or off). I was actually thinking of this very thing once got around to rebuilding the LR.;)

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