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Old 01-12-2014, 05:26 PM
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Old 01-12-2014, 09:09 PM
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Nice thermoforming! Came out great
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Old 01-12-2014, 09:25 PM
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Did you painted the wheelz?
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Old 01-19-2014, 06:49 AM
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Did you painted the wheelz?
I dropped them in a bucket of chocolate pudding.



More work on the Gipsy.



What a difference a bonnet makes.


Best part about vacuum forming is that it details both sides. I added some more details as well.





My goal for today is to make a lot of styrene dust. I'll report back this evening.



More work on the Gipsy.



What a difference a bonnet makes.


Best part about vacuum forming is that it details both sides. I added some more details as well.





My goal for today is to make a lot of styrene dust. I'll report back this evening.
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Old 01-19-2014, 01:54 PM
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I'm on a roll today. I haven't had this much time or motivation to build tiny trucks lately. It feels good.




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Old 01-21-2014, 07:59 AM
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Great work Noob! what color will it be?
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Looks great so far noob. Looking forward to seeing it at Dougs this year.
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Nice to see how you built up the cover, oh the sanding we do... half the styrene we buy goes in the bin! Looking forward to your next bit of sanding.
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Great work Noob! what color will it be?
Thanks! No doubt it will be purple.
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Looks great so far noob. Looking forward to seeing it at Dougs this year.
Thank you. I hope I can get it done before the year is over.
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And the other half goes in our lungs.



A little more work on the Gipsy.

I built the doors.







And since I'm trying to make this my best build yet I felt that it needed some handmade hinges. They are tiny.
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If that's a 1cm grid square then those really are some properly tiny hinges
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Fantastic work N00B. That hing..... it's so .. minuscule!
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It's 1 inch grid so they are massive.
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[quote=pardonmyn00b;992618]It's 1 inch grid so they are massive.

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LOL I have no idea why but I found that to be so funny


looks awesome noob..
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It's 1 inch grid so they are massive.

Thank you!


LOL I have no idea why but I found that to be so funny


looks awesome noob..
Sometimes I make a funny. Thanks!


I've come out of retirement to glue some more plastic to the other pieces of plastic.


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