5367Re: final deutz
- Oct 7, 2007--- In FS32NGModelrail@yahoogroups.com, daniel caso <d.caso@...> wrote:
>months ago. I think I understood something wrong then beacause I
> I still remember the impact of discovering your work some
registered as No Hope. Later I understood that was because I didn't
saw the number betwee "No. " and "Hope". Later, at the middle of the
colosal images stream provoked by discovering the Yahoo groups, I
asked Woodie if Hope was also his work. Looking back I can see you
both model quite different scenes but I recognice a certain aproach in
both that I woauld like to find in my own modelling.
> Any way: I admire the originality of Hope and the rallyhappy ,provocating modelling feeling it radiates.
> I saw the just posted pictures of the Deutz. Well, I wouldlike to hear/see the story behind it.
>section 2 photoes
> Thank you for sharing.
> kkimmarsh <kkimmarsh@...> wrote:
> good afternoon friends please find in the new photo
> of my finished deutz diesal.after a lot of stuffing around i am veryit has been a long process . i was lucky in getting a chassie from
> happy about how it turned out.the bodie is mainly stryine with a bit
> of wood and metal.i put on a non standard seat, roof.the finish is
> tamiya spray cans lightly weathered and sealed with a matt coat.i am
> still trying to decide what style of coupling i will use .any way till
> next time all the best from kim.
> good morning daniel thanks for your comments.with the little deutz
Bernard Snoodyk .i understand that bernard has retired from
professional model building shame because he is seriousaly gifted.i
think the chassie is to 1-35 scale but looks great in 1-32.that is one
of the draw backs to 1-35 and 1-32 is the lack of to scale chassies
with quality mechanism.i like to build the bodies not the mecks.armed
with some 1-1 referance i built the bodie out of stryine.the engine
hood is a little heigher than the original,, but works well with the
rectangular shape of the roof.i did a lot of research on seats the
original tractor style i near impossible to scratch build so i wanted
on that was easy to build and looked good,the bench style works
well.everthing else is scratch built.you would not believe it ,that i
built 2 other versions before this one they all ended up in the bin.my
interest is of a obsesed hobbie maker i feel if i approached it
commercially i would loose a lot anyway all the best kim.
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