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Gunner Dunbar09 Jun 2023 9:29 p.m. PST

Hi guys

First test print of 3 German artillery limbers, Field limber 18 (spoked wheels), light field howitzer limber 18 (pressed wheels), and the field howitzer limber 98, they need a little work on some parts like the back rests that are to thin and have warped, also printed 1 of the solid cab Hansa-Lloyds designed for wargamers who like solid cabs, I'll work on these over the next few days, the limbers will be release sometime next week as a pack, I will also work on a limber pole for 4 or 6 horse teams, and will be found on my shop sight. My shop
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Durban Gamer10 Jun 2023 1:21 a.m. PST

Wow, very nice!

Artilleryman10 Jun 2023 2:01 a.m. PST

Really good. How do you do it?

Gunner Dunbar10 Jun 2023 3:05 a.m. PST

How do I do it? I just started messing around with 3D builder, taught myself.

14Bore10 Jun 2023 6:56 a.m. PST

I wish I had a clue how he does it, way out of my gaming era but it's so fascinating I am not missing any of his posts

Gunner Dunbar10 Jun 2023 1:50 p.m. PST

I used to do it old school, conversions with plasticard etc, just an extension of that.

greenknight4 Sponsoring Member of TMP13 Jun 2023 6:49 p.m. PST

Very nice stuff. Are you an advertiser here?

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