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Some nice pix

Aristoteles Held has shared some pix showing more evidence of his excellent building skill.

The ever popular shed, done perfectly.

i wonder if we can talk him into sharing some of his techniques and experiences


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Reader Comments (5)

Since there is no secret. Your kits are just great :-).
I glue with regular white glue and UHU. I do not know what there is in America. For us in Germany, there is a universal adhesive that can be thinned with acetone.
Paper in different thicknesses. The roofing is made ​​of ordinary typing paper, very thin.
The windows are made ​​of self-adhesive paper overhead transparency. The ribs are cut without regard to the intermediate bars and removed the inner parts carefully.
The door handles are just glue spots. In the picture they are still white. If they are dry they are transparent and can be painted.
The parts are clean cut with a craft knife, described in your manual, work slowly and clean ... and that's about it.

March 12, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAristoteles

A really fantastic build. Thank you for sharring.

You mention 'self-hesive paper overhead transparency'. Would you please provide the name of the manucature?

March 12, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJohn
I think that's a translation problem. It is very normal self-adhesive paper (printed), from "zweckform", on an overhead transparency film from "sigel".

March 12, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAristoteles
A very very nice build. I love the detail and your use of the interior studs and 2x4's. Very well done! My compliments!

March 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJim Gore

Really nice job putting that together. Very clean build. When i see something that nice, I think to myself, "man, I've got to get building something!" Thanks for sharing it with everyone!
March 16, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJim Bisbee

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