"Tiger" 1.E with interior

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weebobster
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Post by weebobster » 05 Sep 2005 14:57

YACOV - when it comes to detail this IS the model! Like I have said previously, I have learnt so much about Tiger tank construction from you model and pictures.

Thank you again (and keep the pictures coming!)

/Bob

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Post by Dsotm » 18 Sep 2005 10:17

Yacov

Congratulations on a fantastic build!! One question - how did you detail the rear of the drivers seat?

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Post by Yevgeniy B. » 18 Sep 2005 22:03

Dsotm wrote:Yacov

Congratulations on a fantastic build!! One question - how did you detail the rear of the drivers seat?


I think he painted them metalish/silver iniatially, and after he applied actual color, and then he just wiped it off, leaving the springs metalic, and seat actual color

-Yevgeniy

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Post by YACOV » 24 Sep 2005 19:20

Good question! This theme, a theme internal detalings is very insufficiently covered in a network. Therefore this material collected where it is possible. Bovington, certainly and Munster. Certainly German Manuals. It is possible to tell from a wood on a tree.
Regards, YACOV

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Post by Warlordimi » 14 Oct 2005 12:12

Amazing work!

Congratulations!

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Post by Cobra6 » 14 Dec 2005 20:18

If you dont mind me too, I am using your photos as a refference because I am making a 3D model of the whole thing:)

Cobra 6

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Post by YACOV » 19 Dec 2005 05:44

I agree, you can use my photos referring to "Jacob N.Bogachevskiy ©"
I wish success. Thanks for samples of photos.
Regards, YACOV.

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Post by vazel » 19 Dec 2005 06:18

wow, phenominal work.

/adds to praise.

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Post by Sticky Fingers » 30 Dec 2005 18:21

I joined this forum just to say how incredible that Tiger is. Absolutely stunning in detail and workmanship.

Невероятный!

EDIT: I would also like to recommend that this thread be stickied if you guys do that here.

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Post by YACOV » 31 Dec 2005 05:36

Many thanks, colleagues for your kind estimations.
I congratulate all on New 2006. I wish creative successes.
Regards, YACOV.

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Post by YACOV » 16 Dec 2007 19:24

Dear colleagues.
See please continuation my "Tiger".
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Post by YACOV » 16 Dec 2007 19:32

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Post by sallyg » 27 Dec 2007 00:43

This has been like watching an assembly line in 1945. The detail is like a time warp.

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Post by JTG » 27 Dec 2007 01:28

Wow factor 9..

sallyg, I think you need to be sharing!

You worked on assembly lines?

John

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Post by pzrwest » 27 Dec 2007 13:40

Excellent work very impressed. I see you put lighting in the instrument panel. People looking for those tiny little bulbs well a source for them is old digital watches. I comb the yard sales for digital watches and take them apert for the tiny bulbs used in them. Plus the tiny screws are handy as well. I usually pick up the old watches for 10-50 cents each

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