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Old 12-29-2005, 04:01 PM   #1
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The Blue sky

HI!
This is a Tamiya R34 T-tune, with a few modifications!
The bodykit: stirenge sheet and putty,
The rear Wing: stirenge sheet,
The muffler: i form in in a lathe,
Nitrous Bottle: i form in a lathe, and painted
brake discs: i form in a lathe, and cut off the original brake pads, and glued together













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Old 12-29-2005, 04:14 PM   #2
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Re: The Blue sky

looks great so far, although the wing is a little too big for my taste. Can't wait to see the finishd product, those nitrous bottles and muffler look awesome. Did you mix the color yourself?
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your z-tune isn't elegant to me, to much havy: it's a viewpoint

but your skill, latheman, are amazing: great lathed stuff

a little photo tip: try to shoot a little far to the model, less particles may be visible

great job
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Old 12-29-2005, 05:31 PM   #4
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Re: The Blue sky

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your z-tune isn't elegant to me, to much havy: it's a viewpoint

but your skill, latheman, are amazing: great lathed stuff

a little photo tip: try to shoot a little far to the model, less particles may be visible

great job

Thx a lot, man!

My camera is a piece of trash i think...
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Old 12-29-2005, 05:55 PM   #5
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Re: The Blue sky

looking really good so far. the chassis is great.
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Old 12-31-2005, 04:46 AM   #6
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Re: The Blue sky

wow looks nice...wing is a bit to high i think aswell. the exhaust looks great though...only use the nitrous at the launch though lol!
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Hi!

Looks nice. The body mods are great, also the metal parts.

Keep on the good work.
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Thx a lot, man!

My camera is a piece of trash i think...
camera seems ok: due to the fact you need roughly only 80by600 px, just try to put the camera on a stand or tripod, a little unclosed from the model, and try to use "autoshoot" funct.

distance could help with particles on metal colors

and more: try to clear the scene with some other lamps and place some white bristol to reflect light, than disable flash

anyway great models and lathed parts
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camera seems ok: due to the fact you need roughly only 80by600 px, just try to put the camera on a stand or tripod, a little unclosed from the model, and try to use "autoshoot" funct.

distance could help with particles on metal colors

and more: try to clear the scene with some other lamps and place some white bristol to reflect light, than disable flash

anyway great models and lathed parts
Thanks fo a little cameraman turorial, i try this!
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Old 12-31-2005, 03:08 PM   #10
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Re: The Blue sky

Muffler and wing abit overkill for my liking.
But nice work on the lathe to make up some parts
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Happy new year for all from Hungary!
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Re: The Blue sky

same to you, Verebi.
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nice skyline, looks realy good.
with the pictures I would also sugest that you try taking pictures outside if you can, on a good clear day pics turn out real good.

happy newyear.
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Re: The Blue sky

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nice skyline, looks realy good.
with the pictures I would also sugest that you try taking pictures outside if you can, on a good clear day pics turn out real good.

happy newyear.
Jeah, jeah, but too mutch cold, and too mutch snow outside!!
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Jeah, jeah, but too mutch cold, and too mutch snow outside!!
yeah, BTW rosso corsa on your sign for the enzo!
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