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Old 10-09-2010, 08:10 AM
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<span lang="en" id="result_box" class="long_text"><span title="">Hello.
</span><span style="" title="">A few words about my work.
</span><span title="">1. </span><span title="">I did not want to make an exact copy.
</span><span title="">2. </span><span title="">I did not want to paint my tank up to the color of these tanks.
</span><span style="" title="">3. </span><span style="" title="">I just wanted to make a fairly recognizable Tank JS -2 to 16 scale.

</span><span style="" title="">Tank still not completely done. </span><span style="" title="">Although all external work (except the final paint rollers) is executed.

</span><span style="" title="">So - do not judge strictly. </span><span style="" title="">Though. </span><span style="" title="">I think this is the first JS-2 in the 16 scale in the World

</span><span style="" title="">Thank you</span></span>
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Old 10-09-2010, 08:15 AM
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Old 10-09-2010, 08:37 AM
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Very impressive, that's a lot of hull modifications you've done. Looking great and an interesting subject.

Also interesting to see a guy in Russia using the same orange butane micro torch as a guy in Ontario, Canada! Looking forward to the next chapter,

Mike.
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Old 10-09-2010, 09:38 AM
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Fantastic work! Love it man!
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Really nice , but i'm still trying to figure out what you used for the upper hull kit parts. I don:t recognize any of it.
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<span lang="en" id="result_box" class="long_text"><span title="">There have been three donors for this JS -2
</span><span title="">1. </span><span title="">The lower bath, rollers, sprockets - KV-1 from Heng Long
</span><span title="">Bath was made less wide by 14 mm. </span><span title="">Must be at 16 but at 16 did not work.

</span><span title="">2. </span><span title="">The upper part of the hull and turret with a gun - from Heng Long Pershing
</span><span title="">3. </span><span title="">Small things on the body - T - 34 and Pershing from Heng Long.

</span><span title="">All donors - have already been dismantled before me. </span><span title="">I bought them, or as dead, or I gave them a token money.

</span><span title="">Neither fully alive Pershing at these operations are not affected.

</span><span style="" title="">Then I realized that would make the tower on the KV-85 and JS-2 and not using as a donor of the tower from Pershing.</span></span>
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Great job...lots of work but it will be worth the effort. You'll have a tank that everyone wants. Are you going to try to get that heavy track sag into the tank? Could place a couple rollers above the track (just on the inside) between the return rollers. This would force the track down at the "sag" points to give it that sloppy track look. It looks very nice...Waiting to see the finished product..
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<span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="">If you consider the fact that in this world are now working only Chinese factories, it is not surprising - and in Russia and in Canada the same gas torch</span></span>
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<span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="">I understand you. </span><span title="">But as I wrote above - I did not set and will not set a goal to make the tank closely matches the prototype. </span><span title="" style="">I'm not so much like to be in the details that would have to spend even a lot of time on such details. </span><span title="" style="">Although they are very well decorated model.
</span><span title="" style="">While plans to finish - airsoft gun barrel with recoil and flash LED
</span></span><span lang="en" id="result_box" class="long_text"><span style="" title="">And if I can learn to cast tracks of zinc alloys - I do metall </span></span><span lang="en" id="result_box" class="long_text"><span style="" title="">tracks</span></span><span lang="en" id="result_box" class="long_text"><span style="" title=""> and sprocket.</span></span><span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="">
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[quote]ORIGINAL: BlackCat_2
Hello.
A few words about my work.
I did not want to make an exact copy.
I did not want to paint my tank up to the color of these tanks.
I just wanted to make a fairly recognizable Tank JS -2 to 16 scale.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I think about scratchbuilding the same way you do. I just want to have fun building tanks that will end up on my shelf.......not in a glass case in a museum. Actually, I don't have the skill to build museum quality models...............that's why I do it just for fun.

I like your model, it looks really good to me. I was thinking about doing a JS-2 myself. I hope mine comes out as good as yours did. I may get around to that project some day.

Rex
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<span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="">In principle there is nothing daunting. </span><span title="" style="">In my work I used as a reference model 35 scale. </span><span title="" style="">Next - a lot of body parts can be done using auto fillers. </span><span title="">To her superb stick plastic parts. </span><span title="" style="">And it is perfectly formed and then processed sandpaper. </span><span title="" style="">The only problem - it's the dust from the fillers. </span><span title="" style="">All processing must be done under running water.

</span></span><span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="background-color: rgb(230, 236, 249); color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">As a basis I used the chassis of the KV-1 from Heng Long.
</span><span title="" style="">It is only necessary
</span><span title="" style="">1. </span><span title="">Reduce the width of the tub. </span><span title="" style="">This is done by cutting off the vertical walls on both sides and stitching on 6 - 7 mm plastic. </span><span title="" style="">Then the vertical wall with a roller stick back.
</span><span title="">2. </span><span title="" style="">It is necessary to move the upper rollers just below and to place them slightly above the other wheels. </span><span title="">Like the 35 scale model.
</span><span title="">3. </span><span title="" style="">You can then paste the desired angle rear bottom plate of the housing.
</span><span title="" style="">4. </span><span title="" style="">Slightly reduce the diameter of the rollers.</span></span><div style="" class="g-section" id="gt-res-tools"><div id="gt-res-listen" tabindex="0" class="gt-icon-c" style="display: none;"><span class="gt-icon-text">Прослушать</span></div><div id="gt-res-roman" style="display: none;" tabindex="0" class="gt-icon-c"><span class="gt-icon-text">На латинице</span></div></div><div style="display: none;" id="gt-res-dict"><h3>Словарь<span style="" id="gt-res-dict-more"> - Открыть словарную статью</span></h3></div><span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="">
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Very well done model. I am impressed. Have you been to Kubinka to see the real one? I would think so. And I also have the same gas torch here in Sevastopol, actually got it from an officer in the Flot serving on the Mockba in harbor. And have you been in contact with Hal Husker? He's in Mockba, and there is a growing number of tankers in Mockba.

Now, what a lot of you western tankers don't understand is, even though Mockba (Moskau) is a huge city, hobby shops with scratch building supplies are few and far between. Better than here, but still....for BlackCat to do this model with the available supplies he has access to says worlds about his skills.
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Have to agree 150%. Amazing job and it looks superb. Wonder how many offers he will get to sell it..
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Looks pretty good to me. Seeing this tank , makes me wish one of the major manufacturers would offer this. Very nice job Black cat. Thanks for sharing

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<span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="">little about the tower, airsoft cannon, the barrel and muzzle flashes

</span><span title="">In a muzzle brake - 6 super bright LEDs
</span><span title="">Two wires lie under the paint of barrel
</span><span title="">Barrel with a muzzle brake can move freely in aluminum barrel of 6 mm airsoft cannon.
</span><span title="">Barrel with a muzzle brake clings to two latches to device recoil of the barrel.
</span><span title="">Micro servo does move the barrel with a muzzle brake through the cravings of the cord.
</span><span title="" style="">Normal servo - raises and lowers the cannon barrel.

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<span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="">The gap between the top of the tower and the bottom is visible because it is not screwed in six screws, fastening tower</span></span>
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ORIGINAL: YHR

Seeing this tank , makes me wish one of the major manufacturers would offer this. Very nice job Black cat. Thanks for sharing

Dan

<span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="background-color: rgb(230, 236, 249); color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">Producers are looking at models widely known brand tanks. </span><span title="" style="">
Aware of the models of tanks, which are widely mentioned in the memoirs and books published in countries
</span><span title="">produce tanks.

</span><span title="">But after 1953 the name of Stalin in our country has been poured mud and slander. </span><span title="">And all that bore the name of Stalin, or was connected with it - was in the USSR under the tacit interdiction. </span></span><span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="">And still our leaders throw mud at the memory and the name of Stalin.</span></span>
<span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="">
</span><span title="">Therefore, we in Russia are well aware tank of Victory T-34
T-34 has very good and not very well-deserved publicity.
</span><span title="">But not even guess that this Victory tank was just a tank JS-2

</span><span title="" style="">And how do producers outside Russia know about the JS-2?</span></span>
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ORIGINAL: pattoncommander

Wonder how many offers he will get to sell it..

<span lang="en" class="long_text" id="result_box"><span title="" style="">I can not even think about it. </span><span title="" style="">Many solutions and ideas embedded in this tank. </span><span title="">And how to evaluate this work, these thoughts?
</span><span title="" style="">How to sell your child?</span></span>
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Nice work blackcat [sm=thumbs_up.gif][sm=thumbs_up.gif] I am waiting for Chris to release his js-2 http://www.rc-panzerketten-forum.com...5ad85baa68a6c6

Cheers Ian
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Nice work blackcat [sm=thumbs_up.gif][sm=thumbs_up.gif] I am waiting for Chris to release his js-2 http://www.rc-panzerketten-forum.com...5ad85baa68a6c6

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Are these Laser cut tanks available anywhere,?
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Yeah an IS2 or JS 2 if you like would be a major seller around here i would jump on one as soon as it came out. I thought some of that upper looked like some Pershing parts but wasn''t sure. good thing you had a lot of donor tanks around. LOL

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