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D9R - Major Overhaul diorama -Stage 2

tiking

Member
That is one of the most wonderful things about MA, when folks make comments about errors, they are always in ways to help improve. Information and experience are always shared freely and the aim of people here is to help each other.
True.

Thought I had commented on this already Charles but must have been too dumbstruck in awe to actually post something!!

Amazing work!

:tens:
Never too late to the show. ;) Thank you kindly.
 

Duke Maddog

Well-known member
I agree with Sharkman! Wow! As for the crane, one way to remove the kinks is to add tension to the lines to straighten them out; then add some thin CA glue that soaks into the 'wire' and coats it. That should hold it straight.

Stunning work Charles! Man, I wish I had a third of your talent man!
 

tiking

Member
I agree with Sharkman! Wow! As for the crane, one way to remove the kinks is to add tension to the lines to straighten them out; then add some thin CA glue that soaks into the 'wire' and coats it. That should hold it straight.

Stunning work Charles! Man, I wish I had a third of your talent man!
Appreciate the advice Duke. Thanks buddy.
 

tiking

Member
I buckled up the corrugated sidings and dirtied it up a bit. Re-positioned the welder at the ripper instead, as I was told it would be better and more believable if he is doing welding work there instead. I managed to get the kinks out, about 99%. So I'm satisfied with it. Now, I have a couple more details to add, at least for now.















 
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