|Funfairmodels for 1:220 and 1:160 [message #78469] Fri, 08 November 2013 09:20 UTC
I am a funfairmodeler (this is actually an independent hobby) and just wanted to share two of my models, which i received some days back and which are now painted.
The first one is a "Babyflug" kiddie jet and the second a Break Dance 3 ride.
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[Updated on: Fri, 08 November 2013 09:27 UTC]
|Re: Funfairmodels for 1:220 and 1:160 [message #78655 is a reply to message #78653 ] Sun, 10 November 2013 19:29 UTC
Thank you for the feedback.|
A clear Yeano. It is true that the details would come out nicer in FUD, but i tried and made some research within my fellow funfairmodelers.
SLS is a bit rough when you come close, but i think it is the easiest material to handel. Not only for me, but for the ones interested to buy them.
The ones who bought a model in FUD had some trouble painting it for example. While the feedback on the other models is 95% positive.
I tried to open up both materials, but that got people confused actually. So i got back to keep them in SLS. And mostly everyone is happy.
|Re: Funfairmodels for 1:220 and 1:160 [message #92324 is a reply to message #78655 ] Thu, 19 June 2014 20:45 UTC
Funfairmodels outside a layout are not really nice, i think. The flair is missing very much. So i want to add here two dioramas in 1:220 i made.|
First of all Sommerfest at the old harbour. The layout is 21 cm by 14 cm (8.26 inch by 5,51 inch) and prints i used here are:
- Babyjet "Flying toys" as shown above
- Lottery consession
- High Striker
- Boxing Automat
- Consession "licence plates"
- Game Mississippi Steamer Derby
- Consession "Ice Cream"
- kiddio coin up automat
The houses are mass products i had already here, before i got aware of shapeways.
[Updated on: Thu, 19 June 2014 20:50 UTC]