Nigel, this thread is amazing! Your work is outstanding.
Is that a tenor guitar I see in one of the photos?
Thank you kindly. Yes I guess, it's a Dean accoustic bass. I try to muck with now and then. Keeps the fingers loose. Did ya see the tree tutorial on page-2?
Originally Posted by Heavy Chevy
Re-did Some Areas
I changed up the scene a bit, after making the tree for the tree-tutorial.
I made the up-hill trail more sweeping, and covered the changed area with a chunk of carbon cloth (expensive yes, but I was out of glass), then re-greenery'd it.
I'm going to re-do the water area as well. Got a leak somewhere, and it's needs re-airbrushing, with a more durable paint.
Last edited by Headquake; 11-16-2013 at 05:06 PM.
Reason: fixed pic link
A nice treat to see you on these again.
You're making me seriously consider going to a much smaller scale of RC.
Are you enjoying driving on them as much as the build itself?
Man you're good at that. Very nice.
Thanx. been trying to get some hobby-ing done this week, but eyes are really aging quick. Micro detailing is giving me a lot of head-aches...Glasses time!
Originally Posted by Kevin Jowett
That's what I've been up to the most; driving the wee rig. I got it dialed, and it's really working well. Can't get enough of driving it lately. So much so, that I really want to get started on a new piece of furniture, with a new scene on the bottom (winter one perhaps), and a scale workshop above, to finishe the 1.9 in.
Thank you sir. Just trying to keep up to you.
Originally Posted by Headquake
Haven't been building, but have been playing.
I've recently continued my life-long lessons in hovering. Now they are small enough to fly inside:
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