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Memphis

Sd.Kfz. 171 PzKpfw V «Panther» Ausf G 116 Division

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In my work I use plastic and metallic stripes of 0.3.-0.2-0.1 thikness. Pipes  with 2.5 diameter. I want to build Panther which was lost in Belgium, Hotton, December of 44th. To be continued

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On 05.01.2018 at 11:32 AM, Silenoz said:

nice start, but some very, very small pictures....

I do not understand what this is about. You need to click on the pictures to make them bigger.

I continue to work

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I know, but i think there's another way than posting the link to thumbnails:

 

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Still nice work, but these are 2 of the possibilities from clicking on one the pictures, I suppose equal amount of work, but one of them is more easy to look at...

 

 

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Silenoz, i understand, but I think that my way to organize gallery is more reasonable, because later I'll post more photos and I don't want to 'stretch' page with full-size  pics. I don't understand how you performed such gallery. Could you show step by step how you did it?

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when clicking on the smaller pictures, I get the following page:

 

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for the larger picture I copied this link:

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and for the small picture I chose this option:

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To me, a forum is mostly about what can be seen, and your worked deserves to be seen... and it is not about clicking to enlarge, pressing return and so on (call me lazy ;-) ).  If a topic gets stretched by a lot of pictures, I personally don't mind (except when it gets quoted with all pics included, but that's another discussion...)

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Rear convoy lights

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Any progress on your Panther? Aside from the Tiger variants the Panther is among my favorites. Looking good so far!

Regards

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I'm very glad that you liked my work. Unfortunately, I don't have enough time in order to achieve fast progress, be patient :rolleyes:

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3 hours ago, Silenoz said:

Looking good, did you make a kind of master/template to bend and drill these clamps?

 

No, I did not use the template. I marked distances.

The chain is made by hand

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Awesome job! Such attention to detail :thumbsup:.

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Thank you, guys. I like adding details more than quickly getting the finished model. 

Ripaman, your work with metal is worthy of respect.

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one side is ready :rolleyes:

 

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All the circuits in the back are installed. The welding line at the fan cover has been removed.

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