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 Posted: Sun Nov 1st, 2009 07:35 pm
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Thanks, guys.  This is my main interest, so I had better have gained some expertise.  Mike, my modus operandi is to glaze the windows and then glue tracing paper on the inside, hopefully giving some vague outlines of what is within.  The JEM kits, being tram size, don't leave much room after the decoder, et al., has been put in, well, that's my excuse for being too lazy to do it. :oops:



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 Posted: Sun Nov 1st, 2009 11:56 pm
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Sounds good to me! :lol:

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Hokay, we have arriven at the destination!  Final tweaking of the sounds and off we go with the dreaded camcorder.

I made this video to pay homage to the creator of the kits.  He may be able to use the movie to better promote his cottage business.

Here we go, here we go; here we go.  Enjoy.  (I hope you like up and back, and up and back . . . )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVGOpEiZwNY 



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 Posted: Sat Nov 7th, 2009 08:49 am
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Max that is the bizz,nice colour,tissue paper windows look great
sound :doublethumb hell even the vid was ok.

:mutley:lol::lol::cool:

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Love that 'flash!'

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Extremely well done Max

a first class project you have completed there im sure the chap at Jem kits is really pleased with the video and will quickly put it on his site.

Perhaps you will get some sound enqiries from it

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cheers Brian

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henryparrot wrote:

Perhaps you will get some sound enqiries from it


I'm sure it won't be a 'flash in the pan......:oops:'



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Neat Max,

now you need to build it prior to the panto , using the trolley pole.

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Thanks guys.  I stole the flash technology from Dave Bentley.  It works really well.  The kit comes with poles, but when I looked at them, I thought it would be too hard.  It's the first kit I've done.  I think I'm over it. :shock:



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I'm just catching up after being away for a couple of weeks and that looks fantastic Max. :thumbs:thumbs:thumbs

All the effects are just like the real thing particularly the "whine" of the motor and the flashing overhead - very well done :pathead:pathead:pathead.  Have you thought of turning professional. :roll::roll::roll::roll::cheers



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Thanks, Peter.  I've thought about it for when I retire.  I guess it would be like owning a village pub - a nice dream . . .  :hmm



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Mike, you can get a Weico tram kit to make a Brisbane Phoenix tram.  Check out
http://members.optusnet.com.au/~weicomodelsw/Trams4.htm
I convertrd mine to the FM type.

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Tram looks super max, like the arcing brlliant:thumbs

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Thanks.  :cool:



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