• This is the best use for this part I've seen since it was released - _Tiler
  • Such excellent detail - gambort
  • And clever use of the new arch? - gambort
  • New? - _Tiler
  • To my knowledge it is the newest arch, and it's under two years old. So yes, new. - gambort
  • -And dont forget about this little clever detail! - Henrik Hoexbroe
  • It sounded like "new" as released with this year's sets. I agree, the use of the arch is is fantastic, as everything in Karwik's models for that matter - _Tiler
  • Yep, I love this. - Proudlove
  • Best part. :) - Super-jet

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  1. _Tiler 34 months ago | reply

    not enough for just one day, ha?

  2. .Tromas 34 months ago | reply

    What an absolutely fantastic creation!! Such amazing details abound!

  3. LegoLord. 34 months ago | reply

    The dark green looks wonderful.

  4. brickmack 34 months ago | reply

    I like the whole front section.

  5. Henrik Hoexbroe 34 months ago | reply

    Your small creations are among the best in the world!

  6. lego911 34 months ago | reply

    Lovely work Karwik.

    I note many new build features (a few which I have been mulling myself - such as the rear view mirrors).

    An absolutely lovely feel to the model that belies its size.

    And excellent work as USUAL.

    911

  7. mas_effect 34 months ago | reply

    Wow this is awesome, so many NPUs. Say what parts did you use to make the tires?

  8. Karwik 34 months ago | reply

    Thanks, Im glad You like this truck.
    I think that it is the colours what primarily make this one looking nice.
    The tarpaulin was going to be dark gray initially, and I was really happy when realized that it can be made in dark green.

    Thanks Lego911.

    Tiler - I think that using the round tiles for mirrors is rather obvious, it is just a round thing imitating the round thing :)

    Mas_effect - the tyres are made from the old tyres, '132' type. There are at least three subtypes of 132 tyres: solid (hard, almost not elastic at all), sponge-like (soft, more elastic), and hollow (air filled, very soft and elastic). Here is one solid tyre, and two hollow tyres stretched onto it. (21 tyres for one two-axle truck :)
    If You would like to try it with more than one hollow tyre, then after stretching the first hollow tyre onto a solid one it is good to leave it for one night to let it lay down well.
    (When trying to put another one immediately, then it will most probably keep sliding off, because the tyre profile will be too convex to let it stay evenly all round.)

  9. [Renegade] 34 months ago | reply

    Wow, the detail work on this is incredible!

  10. Barman76 34 months ago | reply

    Amazing, the details in this scale.

  11. tablizm 34 months ago | reply

    Awesome, great details.

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