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All the doog's posts on FSM forums
Posted by the doog on Tuesday, January 05, 2010 2:36 PM

THIS POST HAS BEEN EDITED BY AUTHOR BECAUSE IT IS LINKED TO AN UNATHORIZED FACEBOOK PAGE. THE PAGE WHERE YOU RECEIVED THIS LINK IS NOT AUTHORIZED AND IS AN IMPOSTOR SITE.

My FOTKI model gallery with most of my best models can be found HERE

My real name is "Karl" Smile

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Posted by Bgrigg on Tuesday, January 05, 2010 3:12 PM

Now if I could just get you to learn how to make the links work! Wink

So long folks!

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  • From: Carmel, IN
Posted by deafpanzer on Tuesday, January 05, 2010 3:20 PM

Thanks Doog!  You have been bookmarked... I am sure I will use your toots especially the Hetzer.  Have a great tour! 

Andy

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Posted by wbill76 on Tuesday, January 05, 2010 6:40 PM

the doog

Hey guys---just sitting here in Cologne, Germany, and I had some time to find all of my old posts on FSM by using the searh feature--I know a lot of guys were bummed (like I was) that all the old links seemed to have been gone, but I found all of mine by now, and so I posted them here for anyone who might have had them bookmarked and lost them.

OK--I finally got the links copied in here---you'll have to highlight them from the "http" onward, and post them into your link bar or whatever that thing is called up there! Hope you can use them, and I look forward to adding more in the future!!! Big Smile

Armor:

DML Hetzer interior fighting compartment   /forums/p/80051/783628.aspx#783628

Completed DML Hetzer pics  /forums/p/84357/823335.aspx#823335

DML Hetzer Weathering tutorial   /forums/t/84424.aspx?PageIndex=1

Building the interior of DML Hetzer w/ Verlinden Interior   /forums/p/79699/780664.aspx#780664

DML Hetzer wheels and tracks assembly and weathering   /forums/p/83010/810209.aspx#810209

DML Hetzer figure and base tutorial:   /forums/t/84292.aspx?PageIndex=1

"HELO MINIATURES" Hetzer finished (This is the model on the front "cover" of Helo Miniatures' Hetzer crewmen figure set)   /forums/t/87651.aspx?PageIndex=1

Silly Putty paint masking tutorial on Helo Miniatures' Hetzer   /forums/t/87698.aspx?PageIndex=1

1/72 scale DML  E100 vignette   /forums/p/79112/775869.aspx#775869

!/35 DML E100 "corrected hull" and modified "what-if" build   /forums/t/93694.aspx?PageIndex=1

"Bigfoot Brummbar" DML Late model Brummbar finished pics (the WIP article is a feature on Armorama, for those interested!   /forums/p/91880/898510.aspx#898510

Revell 1/35 Jagdpanzer Kanone   /forums/p/101703/999564.aspx#999564

"MIG-nificent King Tiger--this is DML's pre-zimmeritted KT, with a special emphasis on using MIG weathering pigments   /forums/t/106709.aspx?PageIndex=1

Neograde Bergepanzer III conversion    /forums/t/113219.aspx?PageIndex=1

DML Hornisse with Verlinden interior   /forums/p/107610/1064186.aspx#1064186

DML Sdkfz 251/17 w/ 2cm Schwebelafette   /forums/t/109046.aspx?PageIndex=1

1/72 Matchbox/DML Jagdpanther kitbash project    /forums/p/112373/1117868.aspx#1117868

1/72 DML Leopard 2A6 "A little something for Jenn" vignette   /forums/t/112130.aspx?PageIndex=1

PHOTO FEATURE: Leopard 2A6s at Wolfhagen   /forums/p/99485/975221.aspx#975221

PHOTO FEATURE PART II Leopard 2A6 interior photos   /forums/p/99547/975973.aspx#975973

DML ersatz Panther M10   /forums/t/119436.aspx?PageIndex=1

and some of my other builds:

My own Chevy S10 and dirt bike   /forums/p/120146/1204776.aspx#1204776

MPC Charger 500   /forums/t/100051.aspx?PageIndex=1

AMT McLaren M16 "Johnny Rutherford" indy car   /forums/p/101259/995317.aspx#995317

REVELL Dodge Superbee   /forums/t/102559.aspx?PageIndex=1

Model T "Unfinished Project" vignette   /forums/t/121232.aspx?PageIndex=1

"Lair of the Rust Bunnies:" how to beat up Chevy Nomad   http://www.finescale.com/How%20To/Articles/2008/09/Build%20and%20beat%20up%20Revells%201-25%20scale%201956%20Chevy%20Nomad.aspx

Photo gallery "Lair of the Rust Bunnies:"   http://www.finescale.com/How%20To/Articles/2008/09/Photo%20gallery%20Karl%20Logans%20rustbucket%20Revell%201-25%20scale%20Chevy%20Nomad.aspx

"In the Shadow of the Scarecrow" dio    /forums/t/114855.aspx?PageIndex=1

Castle Neuschwanstein;   /forums/t/105269.aspx?PageIndex=1

AMT Space 1999 EAGLE spaceship,  heavily corrected and detailed    /forums/t/110265.aspx?PageIndex=1


 

See above for working links. Wink

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Posted by Bgrigg on Tuesday, January 05, 2010 6:52 PM

Yay for Bill!

So long folks!

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Posted by disastermaster on Tuesday, January 05, 2010 11:07 PM

See what I mean?

See what I mean?

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b232/gluetank/Sherman%20M4A3E2%20Assault%20Tank/th_M4A3E2Icon.jpg  http://cs.finescale.com/fsm/modeling_subjects/f/3/t/134935.aspx?page=11

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Posted by Hans von Hammer on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 4:59 AM

Wow... You really WERE bored, Doog...

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Posted by the doog on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 6:12 AM

EDIT

My FOTKI model gallery with most of my best models can be found HERE

My real name is "Karl" Smile

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  • From: Kristiansund, Norway
Posted by Huxy on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 6:19 AM

This is a SWEET thread! I'm bookmarking it! Thanks Karl and Bill!

So, no Norway now? Hmm. Well, Cologne is a sweet town. A Panther was aswell filmed as it was shot to pieces by a Pershing there. Seen that clip? You should.

-Lasse

"Every War Starts And Ends With An Invasion".

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Posted by wbill76 on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 9:14 AM

My pleasure Karl...but it really wasn't much. Just quoted your post and added a space in the text at the end of each URL. With the posting windows here on FSM in IE that automatically activates it as an active URL link, so it literally just took a few seconds to do it. Wink Thanks for your effort to put all these in one place as a handy reference. Beer 

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Posted by disastermaster on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 9:24 AM

Here's a thank you for doog..................................

http://pic40.picturetrail.com/VOL351/12291693/21864322/380751377.jpg

http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b232/gluetank/Sherman%20M4A3E2%20Assault%20Tank/th_M4A3E2Icon.jpg  http://cs.finescale.com/fsm/modeling_subjects/f/3/t/134935.aspx?page=11

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  • From: Abbotsford B.C. Canada
Posted by basiltank on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 11:37 AM

So nice to have all these great tutorials all in one spot.  Thanks doog and wbill for putting it together.

Perhaps the most important lesson I have learned is that you should never argue with an idiot. The people around you may not be able to tell the difference.

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Posted by the doog on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 11:50 AM

Bill definitely deserves the kudos!

And Steve--that photo's going to give me NIGHTMARES, lol! Surprise

Glad to get all these links back--maybe other people could post theirs? Bill, Steve, anyone else who has been really prolific at doing tutorials and how-to's? I had suggested a forum for these kinds of posts, but it never got done!

It would be cool to start a "sticky" and post it up there and have everyone contribute to it?

How about it?

My FOTKI model gallery with most of my best models can be found HERE

My real name is "Karl" Smile

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  • From: Mt. Juliet,TN
Posted by tiger boy on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 5:04 PM

Who makes the tank commander from your KT build? I don't think i saw it in the build.

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Posted by wbill76 on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 10:07 PM

Karl,

I like the idea of a sticky thread and/or one-stop place for handy reference links. All of my "how tos" were contained in blog/wip threads as opposed to stand-alone threads like some of yours though.

The easiest thing I can do is point people to where I keep copies of the "clean" blog/wip threads at http://www.bpmodels.net vs. trying to dig them all up again here. I didn't keep a list of them saved like you did before the switch over as a starting point so unfortunately I'd literally have to go back through all 7k+ of my posts with the search function to find the FSM thread links and post them up again.

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Posted by Bgrigg on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 10:29 PM

I started to put Tutorial: before the title on my tutes figuring a search for Tutorial: would put them all in one place. If we could either modify the existing titles, or at least start naming them the same way now, it will make future searches that much easier!

And we can start nagging the admins to setup a tutorial forum!

So long folks!

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Posted by the doog on Thursday, January 07, 2010 3:38 AM

OOOOH,,,, now who was that company?...Hmm

That figure is from a 4-piece set from Warriors figures #35228 "SS Winter Tiger Crew". Here's a link to a German website that carries it, but it's also available domestically.

http://www.modellbau-koenig.de/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/186_185_272/products_id/2933

I think I might have used a separate head on it, but the figure is basically one of the four Warriors figures.

 

BILL--yes, I'm sorry; I forgot that you have your own website there. I really should look into starting my own one of these days!

Bill Grigg--YES! Start bugging the mods for a "Tutorials" forum! The sooner the better!

My FOTKI model gallery with most of my best models can be found HERE

My real name is "Karl" Smile

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  • From: New Jersey
Posted by redleg12 on Thursday, January 07, 2010 5:33 AM

Karl

Nice job.....see you really like the new netbook!!! The web site is the best way. The hardest part is putting it together to start. I am about.....50% through setup but need the time to finish. You also have to remember Bill lives in an alternative universe where there is 48 hours in a day Wink

The sticky would be great....but I can see it getting real full. Many WIP were not toots but have some great info in them.

Bill.....we all love you!!

Rounds Complete!!

"The Moral High Ground....A Great Place to Emplace Artillery."

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Posted by dupes on Thursday, January 07, 2010 5:45 AM

Nice roundup...it looks like I missed a couple of these along the way.

Functional links to boot! Swanky! Cool

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Posted by dupes on Thursday, January 07, 2010 5:46 AM

Nice roundup...it looks like I missed a couple of these along the way.

Functional links to boot! Swanky! Cool

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Posted by wbill76 on Thursday, January 07, 2010 9:10 AM

Karl,

Ironically I started up that little website precisely because I got tired of trying to find my own threads on different forums whenever I wanted to refer back to them. Tongue Tied

Mike,

Alternate universe...now that explains a lot! Propeller

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Posted by the doog on Friday, January 08, 2010 4:35 AM

Bill, Ah, I see now....thank god for the "Bookmark" function now, huh? Big Smile

My FOTKI model gallery with most of my best models can be found HERE

My real name is "Karl" Smile

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