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crazypoet last won the day on May 12

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About crazypoet

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    LSM Member
  • Birthday 05/12/1962

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    Woodstock, GA, USA
  • Interests
    Reading, writing, history, occasional artist, sometimes poet, nerd by profession and "one of them creative sorts" by avocation.

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  1. Nice! What are you using for the hose?
  2. Gorgeous! Thats a ton of work, getting the design to render so beautifully
  3. There's a whole world of hoses and fittings to get lost in, down there! Just remember to come up for air every now and then...
  4. Damn - nice!!!
  5. There's not been much happening that's photo-worthy, though I'm continuing to make progress on the base and stands. in the interim, I finished up the title plate today. I had it done at Shapeways, based on an HO-scale building sign... The finish is Tamiya fine filler/primer, graphite, Uschi iron and steel powders, rust wash and more iron and steel powders to tie it all together.
  6. Looks fine as-is! Have fun with it
  7. I'm all ears to hear how you approach this...! err, well, given that this is all words on a screen and such... make that I'm all *eyes*
  8. Love it! I'll be watching this one
  9. The wood blocks make tons of sense as they provide solid support for everything around them. I also like the jig you made for gluing up the base of the tank - you're giving all of us a great tutorial here!
  10. I'm delighted to see it there safe and sound - I hope your folk enjoy building that beautiful bird
  11. Agreed with Rob - that is an impressive build in an equally impressive amount of time - love the work!
  12. I completely understand the desire to make it accurate even when the details are all but invisible. I *also* understand the need for a good celebratory beverage afterwards!
  13. Those are *gorgeous*
  14. Looks like a fun break! I should have thought of something like that waaaay back when...