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Marcin M.

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  1. I'm sure everything is moveable. Can it be dismantled also? Without damaging the parts?
  2. Interesting! I follow! If you need any accesories references (pipes, joints), let me know. I have a carefully photographed mixer, European one, but I think it does not differ much from the American ones.
  3. "Mały Modelarz"? Which number/year? Looks like '80-early '90 to me. I also had planes flying under the ceiling.
  4. Okay, time to start. Hat.I decided not to take the risk of heating the brim of the hat and hot molding as I might not pull myself together. It was faster and cheaper to cast the crown itself.I used a fast, red catalyst - you really need to hurry, because it freezes immediately.Especially when we don't use a vacuum. Harry's hat - at rest - is best seen in the scene of the death of its owner: New brim: Keep safe.
  5. Harry Luck! The Second of the Seven Very good cast, grey resin again, hard, dry, one mold line on the back, a few leftover sprue cubes, but we already know that. Beautiful details, a guy similar to the original. But the brim of the hat will probably have to be sculpted anew, as before. Harry has a gambler/telescope style hat, not a "peasant" or "scarecrow" And I tell it once again: customer service in MMM is top notch! Stay safe&cool.
  6. Ready for inspection, I hope you will like it! Conversions: a new brim with proper shape (made from cardboard), new shape of mouth (plasticine). Enjoy. Any comments are welcome.
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