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  2. Hello Stewart, it’s hard to understand the parts you’re saying without pictures. As far as i know, there’s no need for any prying. Have you made sure you followed the guide like what was in here?
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  4. Howdy folks, Could do with some suggestions, as I’ve run into some trouble separating the parts of my canteen. The bottom came off reasonably well. I prised it slowly all the way round until the glue gave way. The problem has been the top part. It is glued in so strongly that I am damaging the dark green plastic case trying to lever it off. Just wondering if anybody else has had the same problem or has another solution. I’ve butchered it quite a bit already and am trying to avoid damaging it any more. Help!
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  6. You will have to build it yourself, easy to do, take some cardboard and cut it into five pieces so it fits around the radio, then take some double sided sticky tape used for gluing carpet to the floor and stick it on those cardboard pieces and finally cover them with one piece of pleather. Next step is either using a good and sturdy sewing machine for the thread or do as I did and punch some holes into the pleather and with a needle, sew some black thread into the surround. In these wip threads you can find some info and some pics: Hope this helps, cheers mate
  7. Hey Tony, thanks a lot for your kind words, building your kit was a real pleasure, such awesome details.
  8. keeping eyes posted here!! where can i get the black leather part that goes around the radio??
  9. hey hey smally! man how are you? good to see you
  10. Ha, look who's back Looks like the Jawas are in charge these days
  11. Any Information about this detail? Rubber Ring? Cable Ties? So let´s go. Any Informations, Pics and so on? Show us!
  12. You can find Pics of the Pack in the "Falcon Take off" Scene and before in the "Alley door check" scene. The "alley door" scene plays in the film before the falcon scene, but is more damaged there than in the "falcon" scene. The difference, "Alley door" = missing rips on the unknown part upper/left, no bee-sting, no disk behind der radar dish. Here some Pics from the film: "Alley door check" "Falcon Take off"
  13. Found Parts, as an example and for comparison:
  14. Thomas, could you take a side photo of the Tabby Type F but with a ruler for measurement reference please?
  15. I'm normally more of an acrylic wash kind of dirty dude but I really like the result of your approach, looks still quite subtle and realistic. Great work.
  16. Ok so I think I'm pretty much where I want it. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks!
  17. Under construction In this thread you will soon be able to post information about the individual backpacks. Original pictures, worth knowing, found parts and so on. It should help you build backpacks that are as accurate as possible.
  18. In this thread you can post informations about the Backpack #4. Original pictures, worth knowing, found parts and so on. It should help you build backpacks that are as accurate as possible. I will start with a picture of my SWAT-Pack and the individual components that I know: 1. Karrimor Frame with round (!) corner (A.3 Frame?) 2. Plumber Cups 3. Tupperware "Stow-n-go", Nr. 767 4. Radio: "Sonix Victory 75" or "Northstar MT-1809" 5. "Giostyle Safari 600" - Canteen 6. Wet Wipe Bottles 7. Radardish: Lid from Pitcher, Mod. 874 (Tupperware) 8. Seedtrays: - upper Tray with 5 Rips - lower Tray with 3 Rips 9. Shires UP 100 Syphon
  19. Under construction In this thread you will soon be able to post information about the individual backpacks. Original pictures, worth knowing, found parts and so on. It should help you build backpacks that are as accurate as possible.
  20. Under construction In this thread you will soon be able to post information about the individual backpacks. Original pictures, worth knowing, found parts and so on. It should help you build backpacks that are as accurate as possible.
  21. Under construction In this thread you will soon be able to post information about the individual backpacks. Original pictures, worth knowing, found parts and so on. It should help you build backpacks that are as accurate as possible.
  22. I have the Woodman seedtrays and they are great..!!!
  23. What a dirty place this is... who's running this dump these days? Dat Justus better holla!!
  24. Doubledx is right, Pack#2 has a completely different radio which truly looks like something put together quickly by the props department to look similar to the Sonix radios. You are right about those pics needing to be updated, that being said, one always has to look at screen caps and emulate what is seen there, especially with SWAT, you want complete screen accuracy. The outdated pictures should be rather considered to be a guideline to get an idea of the different layouts.
  25. I’m just about to begin building this pack as my very first attempt. Just started my WIP on UKG, and I’m using the black pauldron Sandie from the Alley Check scene as my reference. The radio is not the Sonix 75 victory but a different style completely. Not sure what it was that they originally used, or if it was something knocked up by the props department. So I’d have to agree that this is not correct.
  26. @bsmoke here you go Should be this one .. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2762113
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