Sd.Kfz-251/1 ausf.C (scratchbuild) 1:16

Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by Patero, Jan 23, 2008.

  1. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

    I seem to have totally misplaced my jawbone!
    Anybody seen it?

    Awesome work Patero!
    Museum quality stuff!

    Need I say, "Cannot wait to see more of your development!" ???

  2. Patero

    Patero Member

    Thanks for all the praise. It really motivates me to do even better work. The fact is, that I don’t speak English and all the texts including this one is translated by my friend that lives in England. So my reactions are sometimes slow. Anyway, most of the pictures don’t need any translation, so I will try to communicate using them.
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  6. pahorace

    pahorace Member

    Hi Patero,
    I think that you are born modeller!
    This is called simply: Talent.
    This is the goal to which everyone tents.
    I follow closely the thread. Good work.

  7. Patero

    Patero Member

    Thank Orazio

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  8. Patero

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    vie tu niekto po slovensky? :wave:

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  11. B-Manic

    B-Manic Peripheral Visionary

    I know I've said this before but, I'm going to say it again WOW!
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  14. pahorace

    pahorace Member

    Hello Patero,
    Your work is always at the top. Bravo!
    But, this last set of pics is truly a school of techniques for cutting small pieces.
    Thank you, Thank you very much. Great sharing!

  15. uglyguy9

    uglyguy9 Member

    'nough said
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  18. Patero

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    Thanks to all.... :wave:

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  19. RTomedi

    RTomedi Member

    Patero, I really became addicted to your threads.... Simply awesome! Your attention and ability to the little details are incredible.
    A question: How do you make the belts that connect the engine to the radiator? It seems to be real rubber...

    Best Regards.
  20. Patero

    Patero Member

    Hi RTomedi,

    The belt is made out of rubber - tube from a bicycle.

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