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  1. #11
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    Great project, and great subject matter! Looks fantastic so far.

    What about door hinges for a doll house? Or else you can make some, out of aluminum or brass sheet and some very tiny nails.

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    Loving all the progress.
    watching and learning here.
    It has some really cool lines and your nailing them perfectly,
    More please.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markbt73 View Post
    Great project, and great subject matter! Looks fantastic so far.

    What about door hinges for a doll house? Or else you can make some, out of aluminum or brass sheet and some very tiny nails.
    Thanks.
    Couldn't get any dollshouse ones small enough so went with your second option and made my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Beers View Post
    Loving all the progress.
    watching and learning here.
    It has some really cool lines and your nailing them perfectly,
    More please.
    Just for 2Beers. A couple more photo's.

    Making the door frames.

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    And hinges. Time will tell on how well they hold up.

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    Styrene wizardry always makes my happy.

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    Freaking..yaaaaaa !
    Great Idea and approach on the hinge's
    They actually should work the charm.

    all eye's here my friend
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    What a good idea on those hinges and yet,another great lesson in styrene work.

  8. #18
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    Thanks for the comments, glad you enjoy the build.

    Back to the doors, front and rear doors on and opening.

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    Even got the inner panels done.

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    And made a start on the rear quater panel.

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    This build is probably going to slow down a bit now as i start a new job in the morning. I dont know how much free time i will have, but i will do my best to keep it moving forward.

  9. #19
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    Gotta love suicide doors. Nice job on the roof curves, too.

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    Congrats on the new Job!!
    WOW Sir!! THAT is some impressive Styrene Work!!! I knew I'd learn some quality skills here!!
    Looking forward to seeing what you do next.

    Carmine

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