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Armor/AFV: Axis - WWII
Armor and ground forces of the Axis forces during World War II.
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BMW R-12 with a carriage "Zvezda"
4egevara
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Vladimir, Russia
Joined: November 20, 2010
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Posted: Saturday, February 18, 2017 - 01:04 AM UTC
Conceived to try a little much, and in a field of creation of dioramas...



Directly refused to do a diorama, severe, serious on a plot.
Decided "to joke" and make a little a diorama which will raise a smile (it will turn out or not, here as my curve hands implement)

So, I represent you the first participant of future project (the working name "Over speed"), the BMW R-12 motorcycle and two soldiers of Wehrmacht.
As it was conceived, soldiers notably drank and now rush somewhere on the motorcycle. Where? About it in the following updates.
I plan to add them trophies to a carriage among which there will be inventories from wine cellars, etc.

On the motorcycle, actually is the third model of this motorcycle which I collected, two others didn't endure fall from a table...
Strongly the motorcycle didn't finish, was limited to traditional replacement of spokes and a two-three more of etched details.
It was necessary to cut figures a little to give them the necessary poses (occupation, new to me), established the heads from Hornet.
Soldiers are still ready percent on 60, still to work and work with them...
There was a strong wish to show this distressful project... therefore connected everything on Takk flypaper pieces for a photoshoot so some details stand crooked.
That else... slowly I get used to the new camera therefore photos so far not so...











4egevara
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Vladimir, Russia
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Posted: Monday, January 27, 2020 - 08:08 AM UTC
Well, so I finished this long-suffering project for me. 2 times he fell from the table and crumbled, but like a bird the Phoenix rose from the ashes. I won’t build motorcycles on a scale of 35 anymore ... nerves are more expensive! Enjoy watching the video will be next week!



















Mortifa
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Posted: Monday, January 27, 2020 - 08:15 AM UTC
Looks good!
Petro
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Posted: Monday, January 27, 2020 - 08:17 AM UTC
Pretty cool.
4egevara
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Vladimir, Russia
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Posted: Friday, January 31, 2020 - 07:52 AM UTC
Guys, thanks for the feedback and appreciation! And here is the video in time, enjoy your viewing!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTJdszfqrVM
Tank1812
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Posted: Friday, January 31, 2020 - 08:41 AM UTC
Nice looking build and video. Makes me kinda of wish I didn’t put in our club gift exchange. I did pass the video along, so the guy who did get it might enjoy video.
4egevara
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Vladimir, Russia
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Posted: Sunday, February 09, 2020 - 07:00 AM UTC

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Nice looking build and video. Makes me kinda of wish I didn’t put in our club gift exchange. I did pass the video along, so the guy who did get it might enjoy video.


Thanks for the feedback and advertising of my project! I hope the new videos on new projects will not disappoint!
alanmac
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Posted: Sunday, February 09, 2020 - 07:22 AM UTC
Excellent work. Thanks for sharing with us.

Clearly the wheel spokes are not the original ones. How did you replace these with those super fine spokes on your model?

Alan
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Posted: Sunday, February 09, 2020 - 08:56 AM UTC

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Excellent work. Thanks for sharing with us.

Clearly the wheel spokes are not the original ones. How did you replace these with those super fine spokes on your model?

Alan



Hi Alan!
I am glad that my work left a positive impression and thanks for the tip!
Of course, I replaced the needles with photo etching. The only thing that installed them is not as the manufacturer suggests, but a little in its own way. Between the two photo-etched discs, I added a plastic disc so that the spokes fit together in a larger volume. That's all.
Etching from the Russian company "Microdesign"
https://microdisign.ru/
Neo
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Posted: Sunday, February 09, 2020 - 12:39 PM UTC
Wow, that definitely came out great.
You ready captured the sense of movement.
4egevara
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Posted: Friday, February 14, 2020 - 06:17 AM UTC

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Wow, that definitely came out great.
You ready captured the sense of movement.



Thanks! I will assume that the first attempt to portray the dynamics is almost a success!