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Essess

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My latest solid pine projects.

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Cometoz

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Great - so well made - did you make the plans yourself or are they purchased - where??

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All I can say is WOW - amazing detail. 
Dalboy

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Two fantastic models with plenty of detail top job.
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Those 2 are so very nice.  Thanks for sharing.
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Essess

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Thanks for the compliments. I just find internet drawings and sketch them off to the size I want then trace them on the wood and start cutting mostly using my bandsaw and Dremel....lots of hand sanding too.
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Is that Cobra or Apache? Would love to have pattern. What are internet drawings?
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PaPa Jack: you can find vector drawings of almost anything on the Internet.  Once you have the vector drawing you can import it into a program like SketchUp that will allow you to make a 3D model of the drawing.  The 3D model can then be converted into plans that you take to the tools in the workshop.  One of the sites that I've used is The-Blueprints.com (https://www.the-blueprints.com/).  They have drawings for cars, trucks, heavy equipment, planes, etc.  It is definitely more involved than I'm making it sound though. I have been working on a 1986 Peterbilt plan for about 3 months now. Still very cool though.
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The craftsmanship on these are fantastic! Great work.
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