I don't know what happened to my post...lol... But I'm glad I could help!
Thank you, Ged-san.The worked on items in your latest post are beautifully executed my friend.
Both your wife and yourself certainly share a creative mind - if the skill & imaginative drive were represented by an entire hand, then I’d be content to just have the tip of the finger nail on that ‘pinky’ of yours !.
It’s winter over here too, perfect modelling weather !
Be my guest any time! Analyzer-sanAloha, a beach bar...I'll take a Rum and Coke while I admire all the cool things on the walls and shelves!
Thanks, korben-san.Wonderful work! Your vision is taking shape... Looking forward to seeing it fully finished. Couldn't help but notice the Blade Runner pistol in the background...lol
Thank you very much for stopping-by and your kind comment, orthfox-san.You ever have one of those moments where you're just cruising along and then you see something that just recalibrates EVERYTHING you thought you knew and you immediately think, "Well - this changes everything." That just happened. Absolutely stunning work. I'm in for the ride...
Thank you ! Stevie-sanI think that is a better way to go, and it gives the fan housings a more futuristic look.
Thank you!, koben-san.Ingenious design, Katsu-san!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND CONSIDERATENESS. Is my spelling OK?)Yep, we were all amused by the omission, but realized it would lead you to correct the mistake in a way that would make the model even cooler, so said nothing.
(Just joking, I had no idea there would be LED's on the engine housings, though a great detail like that is exactly the sort of thing you'd do.)
Thanks, ged-san, I'm happy if that little trick help you.I’m gonna ‘borrow’ that masking tape trick/method Katsu-san, and terrific looking alternative lighting solution too!
It's the good thinking."There are no mistakes, only happy little accidents..."
Thank you very much, joberg-san!Most excellent build so far...looking for the next update
Thank you, Analyze-an.I hadn't considered there being lights there, but that totally makes sense, and you came up with a brilliant way to solve it!
Thank you for your kind comment, James-san.Incredible design and build. Your skills and craftsmanship are truly inspirational, I've enjoyed reading this thread and I'm looking forward to your future posts. I love seeing people work with soft metals, you make it look so easy. Thank you for sharing your skills.
Cheers -- James