HELP - Verlinden Downed KNight on HOrse

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HELP - Verlinden Downed KNight on HOrse

Postby trioconbrio » Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:03 pm

Gentlemen - been modeling for 63 years. ( yep just turned 70) Have worked with plastic/wood/metal/mixed media and resin. We have our times of solving problems - and we always succeed. But I confess this Verlinden Downed Knight kit has me stumped. I cannot for the life of me figure how the remaining resin pieces form the horse's cloak/cloth. ( wish could include picture but am not able to..or allowed?) Anyway - if anyone out there has build this puzzle I AM ALL EARS and EYES..( and bloody fingers sometimes with these kits) Please send me ideas/suggestions - better yet.. PICTURES...any help would be greatly graciously welcomed. Thank you.
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Re: HELP - Verlinden Downed KNight on HOrse

Postby paulson games » Sun Jan 08, 2017 12:33 pm

Pics are certainly ok.

I'm assuming this is the model you are referring to?

This worklog is in Spanish but it provides a couple of different angles which might be helpful: https://www.solomaquetas.com/foro//inde ... pic=1810.0


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Verlinden has some amazing models, ever since I was a kid I've always loved his stuff. Feel free to show pics of the pieces you are having trouble with and maybe can help figure out how it's supposed to assemble.
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Re: HELP - Verlinden Downed KNight on HOrse

Postby trioconbrio » Sun Jan 08, 2017 10:45 pm

HEY - Thanks ! very much !!
The picture did it for me..and the link to that site ...excellent!
It proves my one weakness - all my life - I MISS the OBVIOUS...
just flip the pieces over . DUH. Shame on me...
( and shave away more excess on the resin mould.

so..ok..now am headed in the right direction. Thanks again.
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