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    DM
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    My latest blog entry discusses the 3D model of the Matlida Hedgehog that I created a short time ago, based on Mike Bergman’s lovely model.

    http://dtbsam.blogspot.com/2021/11/matilda-hedgehog.html

    The blog includes a link to my Thingiverse page f anyone wants to download and create one for themselves.

    #165268
    Etranger
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    Very apt for you David. A tank mounting a naval weapon!

     

    #165270
    Kitty Hay-Whitton
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    Very fancy.

     

     

     

     

    #165277
    Steve Johnson
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    Brilliant!

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    ian pillay
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    Fantastic, I think it would have scared the bejesus out of anyone. Shame it was never tested in combat. Thank you for sharing.

    Tally-Ho!

    #165351
    General Slade
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    I had never heard of them before and was actually expecting some sort of tank trap when I clicked on the link.  It’s a lovely bit of modelling and painting.  Great stuff.

    #165359

    First off, great looking model!  That and I had no idea this version of the Matilda existed.  I learned something today!

    What do you use to edit these things?  I have been using tinkercad to edit/change a model for ease of printing but have  not done any creating.  I am planning on doing a Rolls Royce armo(u)red car turret suitable for the western desert.  That open topped turret that was prevalent in 1940-41.

    John

    "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."

    --Abraham Lincoln

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    DM
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    I’ve been using Microsoft 3D Builder. It’s fairly basic but with some practice and thought you can create some pretty decent models. I’m currently working on ACW river monitors

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