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No, not those kind of models - these kind of models. I also encourage you to check out all their videos as they are quite good. 

 

 

Here's the one the algorithm put up on me

Just wow.

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Holy cow...

The patience needed to assemble that paper frame model.

Thanks for sharing.

Nice perspective work on the truck vid.

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That driver better duck if he rolls it.   Nice share.

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3 hours ago, Herr_Reitz said:

No, not those kind of models - these kind of models. I also encourage you to check out all their videos as they are quite good. 

 

 

Here's the one the algorithm put up on me

Just wow.

Where did you get that model kit ....I made an Agusta coast guard chopper once out of paper it was awesome .

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Facinatin'. Too bad me fine motor control went the way of the Dodo.

That would be fun to make.

Nice post.

 

yer impressed

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1 hour ago, unit_72 said:

Facinatin'. Too bad me fine motor control went the way of the Dodo.

That would be fun to make.

 

I can no longer see well enough to do intricate work like that. I repaired a water hydrant this morning and spent more time taking off and putting my glasses back on so I could see than I did actually fabricating the parts and fixing the thing. I can see OK at about three inches without glasses and three feet with but not so much in-between. My next pair of glasses are probably going to have to be made with progressive lenses. I've been putting them off but I suppose one's mid-60s is a good enough time to get "old people" glasses. 

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2 hours ago, Snargfargle said:

My next pair of glasses are probably going to have to be made with progressive lenses.

Tried that once, waste of time and money from my point of view.  :)

 

yer friendly 

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On 3/29/2021 at 6:20 PM, unit_72 said:

Tried that once, waste of time and money from my point of view.  :)

 

yer friendly 

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After an eye doctor told me hey, you're just getting old, it happens to nearly all of us, cheaters are fine. He means the cheap puppies you buy at box retails stores, so that's what I'm using now. What I get irritated about is the **&& things slipping and sliding off my face, always at the wrong time. 

There are some for third-world nations that use oil lenses, you can just adjust them till you can see. Pretty good idea. 

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@Herr_Reitz

Yeh, had the Lasic thing. Still needed readers. 

Same issue with fit.

Had an old comfy frame fitted with reader lenses.

Cost a bit.

But comfort be priceless.

 

yer chillin'

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eschew obfuscation,

say what you mean.

 

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