i am so in favor of your work where you
are pulling the viewer into the details
of the components connecting to each other.
this is a great example of the stuff i like.
so glad for B. Musarra's contribution to
gain your efforts to make this drawing available
for our review.
that is an excellent black result for your ano setup & efforts.
did you glass bead blast the AL to achieve your "flat/satin" look?
i love this particular finish "look" more over the polished (read bling!)
result favorable to those paintball clients.
fantastic design & machining efforts . .
are the 2 "colored" parts (serrated steering link, i believe)
anodized? it is a very nice result.
the orange doughnut looks like an elegantly applied solution
could you explain what material it is, please.
AND ! like Olivier...
excellent pictures Leopold ---
a great shop scene if that is indeed an Austrian "Alp"
in the background . . . . . .
thanks for your listing of the construction details regarding
your woooden bending fixture.
die Bearbeitung der Arbeit ist wie kunstvoll als das Endprodukt. . . . .
in meiner begrenzten Meinung Ich denke, es hat vielen von uns berührt. . . . .
the machining work is as an artful effort as the final product . . . . .
thank you very much for the series of pics...
i am very interested in your radius form you are making
with the help of your Emco-Maier rotary table ---
what kind of wood did you use?
is it several layers glued together to
arrive at the desired thickness?
and did you cut the radius form on the Deckel...
just reviewing your latest efforts. excellent results!
would like to let you know -- i bought a house & have moved
my shop over. one of the joys of the purchase was getting the
Ferrari artwork into the house & finding a nice large wall for its
presentation. don't know...
while not a direct GT40 Subject -- i was impressed enough with Miha's
drawing efforts i commissioned him to develop this printwork for me of a
Ferrari '63 156 F1 i shot at the Ferrari museum this past fall. the excitement
of this result is that this pic will be Miha's very first viewing of...
no problems! - other than my decision.
i have reviewed your blog & i picked out 3 drawings i really like.
then i went to my Ferrari pics & tried to select 1 i would like
to have reproduced.
i have narrowed it down, but while i was at it --- i found some
ducati MotoGP bike pics...
enjoyed your foam modeling efforts.
thanks for posting the pic.
i am also lurking on this site to learn
about a scratch build project like a
'40 or a McLaren such as yours.
i hope i see you on the site
or get to hear from you.
my first post on this forum.
and Jac's efforts are exactly why i had to join.
it was Russ's partner in crime on the scratch built Kiwi '40 -- Lim
whose tool & die talents ignited my desire to hang out here.
and today i find another Kiwi is another of those genius DIY'r & a